How We Help


Domestic abuse, also known as intimate partner violence, is violence that can occur within any relationship. Abuse can be physical, psychological, sexual, emotional, spiritual or financial.

Abuse happens most often against women and children. It can be very scary and alienating. In cases of abuse, people often feel that they are to blame. This Is Not True.

No one has the right to be violent towards you in any form. An abusive person is accountable for their actions; what they are doing is wrong. Abuse is not a sign of love. Domestic abuse is about power and control; it is a violation of trust. No one deserves to be hurt no matter what they said or did.

Talking about abuse is the first step to stopping it. Remember, abuse represents the abuse of power and the violation of a position of trust.

The outreach program offers safety planning, programs, emotional support, goal setting, action plans, and all of the information you need to make informative decisions that will create the beginning of the end for abuse.

We also offer support to friends and family affected by abuse.

The service is free and confidential. No referrals are required.