Our shelter strives to provide an individual's or a family's basic needs when they leave their home due to domestic violence or sexual assault.
Advocates provide assistance and support to survivors and their families in the medical facilities after an assault. Advocates can be contacted 24 hours a day by calling the hotline.
Our crisis hotline provides survivors and the community with support, information and referrals. All calls are confidential and callers have the option to remain anonymous.
Available 24 hours: (402)463-4677
Emergency transportation to shelter is available 24 hours a day. Transportation is also provided to necessary resource agencies, medical and court appointments.
Advocates provide assistance in filling out protection and harassment orders. Advocates can also make referrals to attorneys.
Batterer Intervention Program
Men's Education Group program for men who choose to use violence in their relationships.
Staff are available to speak regarding domestic and sexual violence awareness and prevention, healthy relationships and personal safety.
On-going support is provided both individually and through support and education groups. Advocates also have information about numerous resources within the community and are able to make referrals.
Providing support, guidance and education to men, women and children to live a life free from domestic and sexual violence.
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