When calling our agency and requesting any of our services- clinical, case management, or legal, you will be connected with one of our intake coordinators who will conduct an intake assessment with you. The assessment covers general demographic questions as well as more specific questions regarding what has brought you to seek services with our agency. Our intake coordinators are trained and skilled in utilizing a trauma-informed approach when engaging our callers in this process. Once an assessment is complete, the intake coordinator will schedule an appointment with a clinician or connect the caller with the ARP (Advocacy and Resource Program) manager to receive additional services.
Our 24/7 crisis helpline and text line provide immediate response to safety concerns. Additional crisis assistance includes locating safe house options, connecting to crisis therapy, and advocacy and resource services.Learn More
Immediate and ongoing support that includes victim's rights and case management assistance to survivors of sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and human trafficking.Learn More
Free legal consultation and representation on civil cases, family law, victim rights, and protective order hearings.Learn More