Crisis Counseling is available on-site Monday through Friday to respond to the emotional needs of domestic violence survivors. Crisis Counseling provides a safe space for victims to deal with the immediate trauma of domestic violence.
For those who need ongoing counseling services be it individual counseling or group support, referrals are made to counselors at the Community Support Services Program provided in multiple locations by the YWCA Union County as well as to our partner Proceed, Inc.
Case management helps victims set goals toward self-sufficiency and independence from their abuser and helps victims access community resources for wide-ranging services such as housing, immigration information, social services, food stamps, legal assistance, child care, and other needed services. Case Management staff help clients navigate through the various support systems.
For those who need ongoing services, referrals are made to case management staff at the Community Support Services Program provided in multiple locations by the YWCA Union County, as well as to our partner Proceed, Inc.
Onsite partners are available to provide direct assistance for victims to receive services such as housing, rental or utility assistance, employment, immigration, and more.