Domestic & Sexual Violence Services
All of our services are free and confidential. If you or anyone that you know is in need of Domestic & Sexual Violence Services, please contact our
hotline at (540) 459-5161 or email us at email@example.com.
Response offers support groups throughout the year. For questions or information on any current support groups, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-459-5599.
INFORMATION & REFERRALS
We provide information and referrals to many service providers in our county and surrounding areas, including housing, finances, basic needs, and more.
Crisis intervention services include accompaniment to the hospital or court, if needed, and support after a domestic or sexual violence incident. We also have a 24-hour hotline that assists survivors affected by domestic & sexual violence.
A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship, planning to leave, or after you leave. A good safety plan will have all the vital information you need and be tailored to your unique situation and will help walk you through different scenarios. Creating a safety plan can help us handle a moment of crisis since our brains do not think the same as when they are calm. Safety planning is available to anyone who receives our services.
A case manager is available to provide services such as; advocacy and safety planning, coping with domestic & sexual violence, finding housing, job searches & resume building, goal setting, budgeting, medical information services, emergency financial assistance and more.
For information regarding specifics of our Domestic & Sexual Violence Services here at Response, please visit our Resources Page to find specific details and resources created for our clients. Please click on the link below:
Our direct service staff is here to provide resources and information to help you understand and navigate the various ways that domestic and sexual violence impact your life.