Are You a Victim or Survivor of Domestic and Sexual Violence?
Project Hope can help with the following intervention services:
We are here to listen and provide helpful information to you on our 24-hour, confidential hotline. Our hotline can be reached at 1-877- 966-4357.
Following an assault, we can assist you in locating and getting to emergency shelter; accompany you to the hospital, sheriff’s office and magistrate’s office; and provide you and your family with emergency food and clothing.
The criminal justice system can feel overwhelming, but we are here to inform you and your children of your legal rights and options and help prepare you for the courtroom experience. We will accompany you to your protective order hearings and other court proceedings as requested.
We can help you connect with local community resources, including relief and assistance programs, employment, housing resources, and more.
We will work with you to create individual plans of safety in order to decrease risk of future harm.
We will meet with you to provide a safe and supportive place to talk about your feelings and concerns, help you learn more about intimate partner and sexual violence, provide feedback, and help you find your voice in a confidential environment. We offer counseling in individual and group settings.
We provide children and teen witnesses and survivors of violence with individual counseling, group counseling, and play sessions. Children meet with Project Hope at school where they can learn to express their feelings and stay safe.
R.E.A.L. Kids Summer Day Camp
We offer a skill-building day camp for children between the ages of 6 and 17 who have witnessed or survived domestic or sexual violence.