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Domestic Violence

Survivors of domestic violence may receive temporary housing, emergency shelter and supportive services for themselves and their children. All programs provide a safe environment as well as counseling, advocacy and referral services.

Domestic violence and abuse can include:

  • Hitting, slapping, kicking or using any other kind of physical violence against you

  • Forcing you to have sex when you don't want to, or to do sexual things you don't want to do

  • Threatening to hurt you, your children, or someone else you care about

  • Constantly insulting and criticizing you

  • Stalking, obsessively checking up on or otherwise trying to control your behavior

 Rape

or

sexual assault help

One-on-one support including:
– Crisis counseling
– Safety planning
– Assistance with finding Shelters

Crime Victims

Victims of crime and their families

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