You don't need to be a victim. We are here to help you find shelter, legal assistance, medical assistance, anything you need to start over, safely. We will work with you until you no longer need our help!

Or call the number below for help 24 hours a day.

1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3244 (TTY)

If you need us to look for shelter for you in your area, we will do it.  If you need to make an appointment with a counselor, we can help you contact one. If you need food or clothing for you and your children, we will help you get it.  If you want us to put you in contact with the domestic violence unit or the police department near you, we will do it.

"An information highway for victims of domestic abuse."™ 

Domestic Violence Shelters Offer a Lot to Victims

  • The typical domestic violence shelter allows victims to stay from six weeks to three months. 
  • Most of these shelters provide three meals a day and some type of schooling for children. 
  • They are in undisclosed locations so that abusers cannot find their victims. 
  • Victims can give false names if they wish for added security. 
  • Counseling, financial education and career services are usually offered. 
  • Most will provide private bedrooms with shared living rooms where families can interact with others who have had similar experiences. 
  • Domestic Violence Shelters provide outreach services that continue to offer assistance after victims leave the shelter to ensure that they have support and assistance as they learn to live independently. 

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The information contained on this website is for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute legal or medical advice.  We are not doctors, lawyers or law enforcement.   Please do not use the information you read here as a replacement for either.  Do not rely solely on what you read here to determine how you will leave your abuser. Contact a shelter, police, or victims’ service organization for help with safety planning and more information on how to leave an abusive relationship.