Provides a wide variety of supportive services for individuals who are victims of abuse and self-identify as having a disability. Services include:
- Safety and self-sufficiency services (e.g., relocation, information and referral)
- Workplace and housing advocacy
- Court accompaniment and criminal justice support though the legal process
- Peer counseling
- Rural advocacy
- Bilingual advocacy
- Trainings for organizations and community members
Call, email, or text for more information and to complete an initial screening or to set up an appointment for in-person advocacy.
English, Spanish, Interpretation Available
Individuals of all genders who are victims of abuse and self-identify as having a disability. Abuse may include physical, emotional, sexual, financial, domestic violence, caregiver abuse, stalking, etc. Disabilities may be physical, cognitive, developmental, sensory, etc. Does not assist with random abuse cases.