Abuse & Crisis

Outreach program

The Outreach Program focuses on services outside of the shelter setting, including support groups, crisis intervention, court advocacy, assistance with Protection Orders and supportive advocacy. 

Crisis intervention

Through a 24 hour telephone crisis line and direct, face—to-face assistance, Hope Unlimited helps survivors identify issues and possible solution, including safety planning, information and referrals to other community resources.

Healthy Initiatives Project (H.I.P.)

The services provided through the HIP program are incorporated in all of the programs of Hope Unlimited to address the un-met healthcare needs of survivors and enhance access to services and referrals for medical intervention including mental health. Advocates work closely with survivors to locate resources and serve as a liaison with the medical community to address the needs of the survivor. Referrals for well woman exams, child immunizations, mental health counseling, and dental services are examples of how the HIP Project coordinates with all of the other programs of Hope Unlimited.

Who is eligible for service?

Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault are the primary population service by Hope Unlimited. Women, children and men are provided services through the various programs of Hope Unlimited in a confidential, supportive and empowering manner. Hope Unlimited does not discriminate in employment or program services.  

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