Trained advocates are available 24/7 to provide support through crisis intervention, an assessment of needs, the identification of options, safety planning, referrals, education, and prevention in the community.
Speakers are available to present programs to professional and community groups, corporations and the faith community on domestic and sexual violence dynamics, prevalence, and prevention. Tabletop displays are also available for health and educational fairs.
Advocacy counselors are available who understand the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence. Confidential sessions are held on a walk-in or appointment basis. We also provide an address confidentiality program, which allows clients to keep their location confidential.
Court advocates provide support to victims in both civil and criminal proceedings providing information on available legal options (i.e., protective orders, criminal charges), what to expect and how to prepare for a hearing, referral to other agency services, and safety planning. We do not provide legal advice; however, free Legal Clinics are available to answer questions about separation, divorce, child custody, immigration, criminal proceedings and civil orders. Hospital advocates accompany victims to the hospital for forensic exams.