The Salvation Army Domestic Violence & Rape Crisis Program helps victims and their family.
They provide shelter. Food, personal hygiene items, laundry facility and detergent, shoes and clothing are given to individuals residing in the safe house free of charge.
Residents will be asked to attend support group counseling once per week.
They will be asked to attend individual counseling at least once a week.
Children will be given individual and support group counseling as well.
Help will also be given in finding employment, housing and other needed services.
The program also has hotline counseling. It is available 24 hours per day seven days a week.
To individuals who think they might be a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault.
All services are confidential.