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Project Hope Services


Crisis Intervention

Provides children and adult survivors of domestic and sexual violence with transportation to emergency shelter; accompaniment to the hospital, to the sheriff's office, and to the magistrates office; food, clothing; and a 24-hour toll-free hotline.

Court Advocacy

Provides children and adult survivors of domestic and sexual violence with information concerning their legal right and options; as well as, help prepare child victims for the courtroom experience. Advocates provide accompaniment to the petition for protective orders and to other court procedures at the request of the survivor.

Hospital Accompaniment

Project Hope has advocates who are on call 24-hour a day to support survivors of sexual assault during the completion of a physical evidence recovery kit (P.E.R.K.).

Supportive Counseling

Empowers survivors of domestic and sexual violence to connect with other survivors, talk about feelings, get feedback, learn about community resources, and feel understood in a confidential and supportive environment. Counseling is on an individual and group basis for adults and children.

Children's Counseling

Project Hope provides children with supportive individual counseling, group counseling, and play sessions. Project Hope provides a safe place for children to express their feelings and to learn how the violence that they have experienced has affected them.

R.E.A.L. Project Summer Day Camp

R.E.A.L. stands for respect, empowerment, awareness, and leadership. At this day camp we include those attributes within skill building activities for children between the ages of 6 and 15 who have witnessed or been direct victims of domestic or sexual violence.

Safety Enhancement

Alarm systems are available for domestic violence with no contact protective orders. Emergency cell phones can be provided for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

Safe Dates

Evidence-based Curriculum that prevents dating abuse in middles and high school students.

Healthy Relationships Awareness Week

During their lunch period in the caferia, high school students engage in games and activities designed to raise awareness of dating abuse.

24 Hour Confidential Hotline

1-877-966-HELP (4357)