The Crisis Center offers:
Survivors are encouraged to call our Hotline (1-866-627-4747) for immediate assistance. Our advocates will discuss safety planning, shelter options, counseling opportunities and available resources, so each survivor can make informed decisions. We offer referrals to other community resources and provide emotional support. Concerned friends and family members are also encouraged to call to have their questions answered and to learn about helpful services for their loved one. Crisis Intervention and Advocacy are available during regular business hours on a walk-in basis, no appointment necessary (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Call our 24-hour hotline at 1-866-627-4747 for more information on walk-in services.
Our dedicated advocates report directly to local hospitals, 24-hours-a-day, to support survivors, share information about resources available to them, provide a shoulder to lean on and advocate on their behalf with medical and law enforcement professionals.
Counseling for Domestic Violence Survivors
We provide individual and group counseling and support services for survivors of domestic violence. Community-based counseling and advocacy services are provided for individuals with special needs. Services provided in English and Spanish, and all languages are accommodated.
Training and Education
The Crisis Center is committed to working with our communities to build greater understanding of the issues of domestic and sexual violence. Each year, our staff train and educate thousands of medical, law enforcement, mental health and legal professionals, youth, university students and administrators, educators, faith-based leaders, community leaders, volunteers and advocates. For more information, please contact the Community Services Department at 432.333.2527.