How Can We Help You?
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
This specialized service is maintained by a team of supportive and well-trained staff who are ready to help you with anything you need. This is often utilized by people in danger or when there is a threat of danger. This service is open to community members of any age and gender around the clock.
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.
Beacon Center employs licensed professional counselor Carrie Holden. Carrie has extensive training and experience working with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Professional counseling services include individual and group counseling with the goals of healing, personal growth and empowerment. For victims of these types of trauma, specialized therapeutic training is essential.
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.
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.
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. Beacon Center provides a variety of additional resources to help you help the ones you love. We’re here to help.
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. It’s a "happy" place, and the clients look forward to sewing up more good memories in the coming year.
Pet Safe Haven
Research shows that offenders of domestic violence often have a pattern of abuse involving all members of the household – including children and pets. When victims of domestic violence 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.