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Mission & History

Who We Are


Our mission is simple: Empower. Innovate. Educate.

Empower survivors to live a life free of violence. Be innovative in how Domestic Violence Crisis Center provides services to the community. Educate across ages and genders in order to stop the cycle of violence.

We have been a vital part of our community since 1977. Though our beginnings were small, our dreams were big! Today, Domestic Violence Crisis Center is home to the New Beginnings Campus. Our Emergency housing for victims of domestic violence can house up to 40 individuals. We have eight transitional living apartments that are income based for survivors to begin their new lives working with a case manager to set goals and grow their sense of self and well being until permanent housing comes available. 

We offer crisis intervention and emotional support to any survivor of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, or stalking. We have support groups for adult survivors as well as a children's support group for children who have witnessed or experienced violence in their home. All of our services are free and confidential.