Domestic Violence Services

Domestic violence (family violence, intimate partner violence) is a continuous pattern of abusive behavior that controls or dominates a person and causes them to fear for their own safety and wellbeing. Abusive behavior can be physical, sexual, emotional, verbal, social, economic, psychological, and spiritual.
Victim Services provides crisis response and recovery services for families or individuals who have been impacted by violence. All services are provided at no cost to victims and their loved ones. Services are offered to shelter guests and non-residential clients.

Individual Counseling

Support Groups

Children's Advocacy & Emotional Support Services

Court & Medical Accompaniment

Victim Advocacy

Protection Orders

Lethality Assessments

Safety Plans

Case Management

Safe Shelter

Domestic Violence Intervention Program

The Domestic Violence Intervention Program (DVIP) is a nationally recognized 24-session rehabilitation program for individuals who have committed domestic abuse. The goal of DVIP is to change the offender's attitudes and behaviors and to hold them accountable for their actions. DVIP participants are typically referred by the courts or DHR. Separate groups are available for men and women.