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  • providing immediate emotional and practical support and assistance
  • attending on site, at the victim’s home, hospital, police station or other safe location
  • listening with complete confidentiality, understanding and respect
  • validating feeling of vulnerability, fear, violation, and and shock
  • encouraging empowerment by supporting individuals to regain control of the situation
  • offering practical support
  • providing information about services offered by other community agencies

Services are confidential and provided free of charge

Providing support for:

  • Abuse of the elderly
  • Accidents
  • Assault
  • Criminal harassment
  • Break and enter
  • Sudden death
  • Disaster
  • Domestic violence
  • Fire
  • Family occurences
  • Homicide
  • Missing persons/abductions
  • Personal crisis
  • Robbery
  • Sexual assault
  • Suicide
  • Attempted suicide