1. 24-hour hotline for victims.
2. Crisis intervention: emergency shelter (adult victims and children in their custody), food, clothing and transportation.
3. Rehabilitative planning: assessment of needs, problem-solving, information on options and community resources, self-help support groups for victims.
4. Referrals to support systems:
C. Mental health counseling
D. Medical/Economic services for indigent families
E. Child protective services
F. Legal assistance.
5. Information on police and court procedures, victims’ rights and remedies including Protective Orders.
6. Accompaniment to and assistance with:
A. Police, prosecutor, court (especially protective order hearings);
B. Hospital/medical office
C. Social service agencies
7. Assistance with State Victims Compensation Claims and Victim Impact Statements.
8. Public education on problems of family violence and sexual assault, victims’ rights and remedies and services of the Center.
9. Family Violence Intervention Program – counseling for members of families and households experiencing violent interactions.