Walk-in Supportive Services
Survivors receive ongoing support such as crisis intervention, case management services, safety planning, referrals, DV support group, parenting classes and life-skills classes. Survivors can also receive assistance with temporary restraining orders, court accompaniment, as well as advocacy with legal, financial, housing and financial planning. 40 hour DV trained counselors will assist clients with self-sufficiency plans and receive tools to help heal from the trauma they have endured.
The program offers education, awareness and prevention through community outreach presentations to various professionals, civic groups, social workers, parents, students and community members on various topics included but not limited to:
Domestic Violence 101
Domestic Violence on College Campuses
Services Available for Victims of Abuse
Domestic Violence in the Workplace
Women’s and Children’s Crisis Shelter just launched it’s youth prevention program that is collaborating with high schools, colleges and also social service non-profits to provide healthy relationships workshops to youth ages 13-17 and also ages 18-24.