Programs & Services
All services are free and strictly confidential.
*Eligibility requirements may apply.
Advocacy & Referral
We guide victims through the options available to them and resources they may qualify for so that nobody "falls through the cracks."
Ongoing safety planning is available for victims both in and out of abusive situations.
Following immediate crisis intervention, we can provide ongoing danger assessments and long-term support.
Monthly support groups are offered for female survivors of crime in Williams County on the 2nd Saturday each month.
Contact the office for details.
Emergency Financial Assistance*
We aim to ease the stress associated with transitioning away from an abusive setting. We can provide immediate relief in the form of food vouchers, gas vouchers, utility assistance, prescription assistance, and mental health assessment fees.
Necessities such as bread, toiletries, paper products, diapers, and cell phones for emergency use are available.
Limited short-term and long-term housing assistance is available for qualifying individuals. CLICK HERE for more details.
Public Education & Community
We believe in proactive preventative education. We are available to church or civic groups to discuss crime prevention, domestic violence, abuse, sexual assault and stalking. CLICK HERE for community programs and information.
Campaigns & Public Awareness
CLICK HERE for national campaign information and local awareness activities.