Each year, MSCFV works with over 400 victims, partnering them with case managers throughout their journey from crisis to self-sufficiency, empowering them to meet their unique needs. MSCFV’s Empowerment Programming goes beyond crisis counselling and emergency shelter, to include a breadth of services to address the many and diverse challenges and obstacles that have prevented victims from living safe, self-sufficient lives free of violence.

As the Safe Futures Empowerment Center, MSCFV will identify, create and disseminate information and best practices on post crisis services which support and empower survivors on their journey to self-sufficiency. This includes supporting the integration of MSCFV’s model in partner organizations. In this section of MSCFV's website, information will be shared that may help agencies with empowerment programming. This information is in addition to the resources MSCFV will make available through its Empowerment Center training and mentoring work.

Topics covered in the Empowerment Center For Agencies Section include: [click on the title for direct link]:

Tips for Supporting Victims' Wellness (mental health)


We are currently collecting items to help the children of the domestic abuse survivors we are working with have a strong start to this school year. To learn how you can help these children, click here.