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Get Help

If you need help immediate help, please call to speak to an advocate on our 24-Hour Help Hotline at 972-276-0057

If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.

 

How We Help

We empower survivors of domestic abuse to heal and live in safety through our free, trauma-informed support services.

 

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Receiving Services: How It Works

Anyone who wishes to receive our free trauma-informed services are encouraged to call our 24-hour Hotline number and speak to an advocate about accessing our programs for survivors and their children.  Our trained advocates are ready to assist callers in determining whether or not a caller qualifies for our Shelter Program.  

Outreach Services

If a caller already has a safe place to stay and wishes to receive services other than our Shelter Program, our advocates will connect them with staff members virtually or on the phone to begin an intake.

Shelter Services

If a caller does qualify for our Shelter Program, our advocates advise them on ways they can meet an advocate at a safe, pre-determined location.  Once our advocates meet the caller, assistance is provided to get the caller to the shelter location safely where they will begin the intake procedure.  If the caller is male and qualifies for our Shelter Program, our advocates will arrange safe shelter in a nearby hotel for him and his children.  

In the event that a caller does not qualify for our Shelter Program but needs safe shelter, our advocates will refer them to one of our partner agencies where they may receive services.

 

How We Prevent Abuse 

We educate and empower community members to recognize, respond to, and prevent abuse in all forms through our Education and Prevention Services.

 

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We proudly serve all community members regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, income, religious affiliation or culture.  Anyone can be a target of domestic abuse.

 

If you are or think you might be in an abusive relationship,
know that you are not alone, it is not your fault, and free help is available
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Please call our confidential 24-Hour Help Hotline.
(972) 276-0057

 

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