Domestic Violence Information
Domestic Violence is any use of physical or sexual force, actual or threatened, in an intimate relationship. It may include one violent act or many acts forming a pattern of abuse via physical, mental or emotional attacks or controlling behavior.
Critical Incident Stress Management
You are an emergency worker who has responded to a traumatic event. Although the crisis is now over, you may be encountering, or may experience later, strong emotional or physical reactions. We can help you through this difficult time.
Grief and Trauma Support
In the event of sudden loss, tragedy or traumatic experience, our specially trained Advocates offer caring, compassionate support to help you deal with grief, loss and the shock. We are here to help you take those critical first steps toward healing.
Coping with Stress
12 Tips for Recognizing and Controlling Stress. Identifying the problem is the first step toward regaining mental wellness.
Emergency Protection Orders address the immediate safety of victims of family violence and remove them from peril.
Personal Safety Tips
The key to safety is being aware of places or situations that put you at risk and using strategies to enhance your security.
Tips for victims of Stalking and Harassment. The first, and most important lesson to be learned by harassment victims is that it is not their fault they are being victimized.
Abuse can occur during dating or when developing intimate relationships. It can happen at any age or stage and may appear in all types of sexual relationships.
It is hard for most of us to imagine the pain of a suicidal person. Often, the person doesn't want to die, but lacks the coping skills to see any other way out.