Provides a wide variety of supportive services for individuals who are victims of abuse and self-identify as having a disability. Services include:
- Safety and self-sufficiency services (e.g., relocation, information and referral)
- Workplace and housing advocacy
- Court accompaniment and criminal justice support though the legal process
- Limited financial assistance (e.g., bus tickets, partial rent and deposit, etc.)
- Peer counseling
- Rural advocacy
- Bilingual advocacy
- Trainings for organizations and community members
Limited, call for specific information
Call, email, or text for more information and to complete an initial screening or to set up an appointment for in-person advocacy.
English, Spanish, Interpretation Available
Individuals of all genders who are victims of abuse and self-identify as having a disability. Abuse may include physical, emotional, sexual, financial, domestic violence, caregiver abuse, stalking, etc. Disabilities may be physical, cognitive, developmental, sensory, etc. Does not assist with random abuse cases.