Salvation Army Domestic Violence Program

Salvation Army Domestic Violence Program

Services provided:

24-hour Crisis Hotline: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 214-424-7208
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

If you are in immediate danger call 911
Safe Shelter: includes meals, clothing, hygiene and other personal items.
Client Advocacy: provides comprehensive support, including community referrals and access to available resources to help clients gain independence.
Individual, Family, and Group therapy: addresses issues related to domestic violence education, self-esteem, trauma, parenting, independence, and healthy relationships.
Children’s Services: provides a supportive environment where children can build their self-esteem, understand the choices they can make to promote personal safety, and learn to creatively express their emotions through art and play.
Safety Planning: prepares the client, in advance of leaving a dangerous situation, to help minimize injuries and increase protection.
Legal Advocacy: provides support, information, and court accompaniment, including assistance with protective orders, civil, criminal and other court matters, enhancing the safety of survivors and their children.
Life Skills/ Education Classes: are facilitated by staff and trained volunteers to help clients learn the necessary skills to navigate the world, deal with money and interact with other people. Topics include: stress management, financial education, time management, communication skills, critical thinking skills, etc.

Non-residential Services: provides advocacy and therapy services to individuals and families seeking domestic violence assistance but have their basic shelter needs met.

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