Our Services

MSCFV programming is an intentional approach to walking with clients as they transition from domestic violence victim to self-sufficient survivor, clearly communicating the path from “Where you were…Where you are…Where you are going.” This model partners case managers with victims throughout their entire journey, connecting victims to the MSCFV services from crisis to self-empowerment and self-sustainability, meeting the unique needs of each client. Programming components change as victims along their path to Self-Sufficiency.

Emergency Hotline

The 24-hour hotline is available to all domestic violence victims seeking crisis intervention, information, referral, emotional support, counseling, and guidance.

Holistic Case Management

Supporting the victims of family violence throughout their journey from survivorship to self-empowerment.

Emergency Shelter

Emergency shelter is available for victims of domestic violence and their minor children in all five counties.

Pet Safety Program

MSCFV Pet Safety Program helps victims care for their pets throughout their journey to strength so that they can take the journey together.

Legal Program

Providing victims of domestic violence assistance through the judicial system.

Mental Health & Counseling

Trained Counselors and Mental Health Professionals are available to assist victims as they work on self-empowerment and strength.

Economic Empowerment

The Economic Empowerment Center identifies and addresses the economic abuse challenges that victims must overcome to create a financially sound foundation.

Housing and housing supports

Providing safe housing and assistance to victims of family violence.

Homelessness Prevention

For domestic violence victims that can safely stay in their homes but need some assistance.

Immigration Services

Providing comprehensive services to immigrant victims of family violence.

Hispanic Services

To better assist victims within the Hispanic Community, MSCFV provides services that recognize language and cultural diversities.

Law Enforcement Partnership

Supporting victims of domestic violence when further action is needed.

Community Awareness

In order to connect victims with the services they need there needs to be a general awareness by the community.

Abuser Intervention Program

The Abuser Intervention Program (AIP), with support from The Caroline Foundation, provides the information and counseling that abusers need to change destructive ways of relating to the important people in their lives.