We support survivors and their families with everyday needs—from shelter and housing to employment and legal assistance. We connect our clients and their families to community resources that can help with any concerns that impact a survivor’s healing process. Our goal is to not let survivors fall through the cracks without the support and resources they deserve, from the immediate crisis to the long-term. Along with referrals, we help clients directly by providing information (i.e. human trafficking resources), accompaniment to law enforcement and court, help completing applications like Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC), and our Address Confidentiality Program, to name a few.
Linking survivors to the resources they need.
Ways We Help
- Providing information and resources
- Law enforcement/court accompaniment
- Application assistance (CVC, Medicaid, Food Stamps, etc.)
- Address Confidentiality Program