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Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. Pittsburg

669 S Hwy 69
Pittsburg, KS - 66762

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About Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. Pittsburg

Crisis Hotline 800-794-9148.

We offer a safe and secure home for you and your children while you begin to rebuild a life free from violence and abuse.

Crisis intervention advocacy
Available 24 hours a day
A trained advocate is on-call to assist you in a moment of crisis and transport you to shelter if needed.

Individual Supportive Counseling
(Adult or Child)
Your advocate will help you develop a safety plan and help you set and achieve your personal goals.

Victim Support Groups for
Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence
Our groups are offered at varied times and locations to best meet the needs of survivors. Please call the Crisis Hotline for more information on times and dates for support groups.

Donations To Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. Pittsburg

We receive many requests from users who would like to donate to the women's shelters listed. Please call the shelter directly at 620-231-8692 and ask how to donate your items. If you would like to volunteer, please call the same number and ask for their current volunteer opportunities.

Locate Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. Pittsburg

Many shelters for women do not want their locations published. We only publish addresses and maps of women's shelters and resources where we have found they are published online. When possible we only provide administrative offices. If you work for Safehouse Crisis Center, Inc. Pittsburg and do not want your address published by WomenShelters.org, please contact us and we will gladly remove the address.


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