This is for persons who have experienced patterns of physical and/or emotional abuse, by their intimate partner or have been a victim of sexual assault. Food, clothing, laundry facilities and personal hygiene items are provided. Advocacy and information on community resources are available. We also provide crisis intervention to clients at safe locations such as hospitals and police stations 24 hours a day.
24-HOUR CRISIS LINE
517-439-1454 or TOLL FREE 1-888-439-1454
Counseling is for residential and/or non-residential persons who are/or have been in a physically or emotionally abusive intimate partner relationship. Non-residential persons should call for an appointment. Day and evening hours are available.
Advocacy is for residential and/or non-residential children who have witnessed domestic violence. We also offer advocacy for teenagers, ages 14 and above, who have been victims of dating violence. Parent or guardian permission is required for all supportive advocacy.
For location call (517) 439-1454 or 1-888-439-1454
*Tuesday: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
* Free child care provided
Providing advocacy and supportive services before and after the criminal justice process including help with the preparation of a personal protection order. Help is available for advocacy within the court system and law enforcement. We can accompany you to court and answer questions about the court procedures. We will help safety plan with you and do crisis intervention as well. We will help with any and all showcause paperwork for a PPO violation, as well as be your advocate with the Prosecuting Attorney's Office if it goes that far.
The Prevention Education Program promotes healthy relationships by presenting to all 9th grade Health Classes across Hillsdale County Public Schools on the topics of Domestic Violence, Teen Dating Violence, and Sexual Assault.
***ALL SURVIVOR SERVICES ARE FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL***