Adult Advocacy and Case Management - The advocates are available to assist clients to develop and update a service plan that is tailored for their family. This can include assistance with Protective Orders, Crime Victim’s Compensation, safety planning, finding and obtaining housing, and working toward short and long-term goals.
Child Advocacy and Case Management - The children’s advocate is available to current shelter families. The children’s advocate partners with the mother to actively work together to meet the children’s educational, mental health, and physical needs.
Crisis Intervention - Crisis intervention staff are available in the evenings, overnight, and on weekends to assist with gaining access to basic needs such as toiletries, clothing, or food; safety planning; assistance in resolving concerns; supportive listening and encouragement; referrals to counseling staff or other mental health resources; and referrals to resources in the area.
Counseling - Individual counseling is available for all adult clients upon request.
After School Program - The Children’s Program hosts an informal after school program where they facilitate age appropriate activities and assist children with their homework.
Play Therapy and Adolescent Counseling - We offer play therapy or adolescent counseling to children under 18 in the shelter.
Groups – Several groups are offered at the shelter for clients including healing and recovery, parent support groups, and choosing healthy relationships.
Basic Needs – We provide for basic needs such as food, toiletries, some transportation assistance, some medication assistance, and clothing assistance.