Supporting and mentoring survivors of domestic violence

client support

Our programs help domestic violence survivors achieve wholeness and restoration.

Emotional Healing

What we consider the most valuable of our services. We give survivors many hours of supportive listening, hope during a time of transition, and the confidence to live their lives free from abuse.


We guide and link clients to all additional resources that are available in the community. We provide assistance in filing protection orders and finding legal representation for domestic violence-related matters.

Basic Needs

We provide regular supplemental assistance to clients, including food and clothing, medical care costs, and we help clients find safe, long-term housing.

mentoring program

Clients participate in our three-stage transitional mentoring program to accomplish long and short term goals.

Stage One

-Identify immediate needs (food, shelter, medical needs, etc) -Intake process -Explain our long-term mentoring approach -Domestic violence prevention education -Develop individual short and long term goals/plan -Help with budgeting and finances -Client expectations and responsibilities

Stage Two

-Report to law enforcement | Protection Order -Legal Representation | Legal Referrals Acquire or Maintain Job -Restore credit | Pay off debt -Advance education | GED | Trainings -Access additional resource agencies -Improve self-esteem | Restore confidence  -Explore, develop, build skills and talents -Smile again!

Stage Three

-Demonstrate decision making skills -Effective parenting -Permanent, sustainable housing -Financial stability | Meet monthly expenses -Remain free from hurtful, abusive, or toxic relationships -Share with others what you have learned