HOTLINE NUMBER: 1-800-927-4673
Family Violence is diverse in who it impacts and the forms it takes, so MSCFV offers diverse programs to meet each victim's unique needs, challenges and strengths.
Providing one-on-one and group counseling and information to assist abusers' efforts to change destructive ways of relating to the important people in their lives.
Key to ending family violence is raising community awareness of the impact of domestic violence on community and the services MSCFV offers to help victims.
The Economic Empowerment Center identifies and addresses the economic abuse challenges that victims must overcome to create a financially sound foundation.
Emergency shelter is available for victims of domestic violence and their minor children in all five counties.
To better assist victims within the Hispanic Community, MSCFV provides services that recognize language and cultural diversities.
MSCFV advocates work with family violence victims through their transition to survivorship, and ends with self-sufficiency.
For domestic violence victims that can safely stay in their homes but need some assistance, MSCFV provides individualized homelessness prevention services.
The MSCFV 24-hour hotline (1-800-927-4673) is available to all domestic violence victims seeking assistance. Translation services are available.
A continuum of housing options is available to support victims as they work to find their own safe, long-term homes.
MSCFV works with AYUD Immigration Attorneys to address the specific needs of immigrant family violence victims. Translation services are available when necessary.
MSCFV partners with Law Enforcement in an effort to identify and assist victims of domestic violence.
The MSCFV Legal Program is designed to provide victims of domestic violence assistance through the judicial system.
Trained Counselors and Mental Health Professionals are available to assist victims as they work on self-empowerment and strength.
MSCFV Pet Safety Program helps victims care for their pets throughout their journey to strength so that they can take the journey together.
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