Friday April 25, 2014
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Our Programs

Every year more than 3000 women and their children seek domestic violence services through Laurel House.

Every year Laurel House provides training to thousands of students, medical professionals, law enforcement officers and community members

On any given day at Laurel House...

  • Counselor Advocates work with women and children living in shelter to discuss safe options and steps to transition into a life away from their abusers,
  • Volunteer Advocates answer incoming calls on our hotline,
  • Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) advocates go to hospital emergency rooms to help domestic violence victims,
  • DART advocates in the DART II program work with local police departments to meet with a victim who has just experienced an assault,
  • Transitional Housing Advocates help women and children to achieve self-sufficiency,
  • Children's Advocates assist children and families to move beyond abuse,
  • Legal Advocates provide court accompaniment,
  • Community Educators offer a variety of presentations on domestic violence awareness and resources,
  • Trained counselors facilitate support groups where victims and survivors share their stories.

To learn more about the various programs and services offered by Laurel House, please choose a topic from the menu to the right.

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