Our Services

We offer a variety of services and community support to help protect victims during crisis. These services are available for all trauma victims in our community. Whatever your needs are, we are here to help you anonymously. Each year, we are able to provide additional services thanks to generous donations from people who care.

24 Hour Crisis Line

We know that many people struggle to find the information and resources they need, which is why our crisis line offers phone support and advice, 24/7.  We’ve been providing support since 1977, and continually work to improve our collective impact.

Counseling

 Professional counseling services include individual and group counseling with the goals of healing, personal growth, and empowerment. 

Family Visitation Center

The Family Visitation Center provides a safe, child-friendly environment in which children and families can visit each other and become reacquainted with one another. The Family Visitation center provides both visitation and exchanges. 

Medical Advocacy

medical advocacy is to help victims get the attention they need and to support them while they are going through a difficult period in their life. 

Education and Outreach

Our prevention, outreach, and education efforts shed light on the realities of abuse and trauma in our community, and the root issues embedded within society. 

Threads of Hope

The sewing room is always filled with laughter and chatter as clients sew. You can’t imagine the feeling when clients proudly show their latest finished product. We’ve seen everything from pillowcases, bags, to dresses.

Emergency Shelter

Our confidential shelter provides a healing environment for families and individuals leaving a dangerous situation. The shelter gives survivors of abuse and their children the space to heal.

Common Sense Parenting

Learn about the most exciting challenge of your life: PARENTING.

Legal Advocacy

Legal advocacy services provide a vital link to the justice system. Advocates assist with obtaining protective orders. Above all, the advocates provide support, information and encouragement to survivors.

Pet Safe Haven

When survivors seek to escape their abusive homes they’re not only faced with the challenge of finding shelter for themselves and their children, but also for their pets.

Maggie

Hi everyone! My name is Maggie and I work at the Beacon Center. Yep, I’m a dog and I work at the Beacon Center and boy did they need me!

Pantry

We maintain a pantry as an outreach service to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking with both food and non-food items.