Help for young survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence in Grand and Jackson counties and beyond
We provide a variety of services for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence including:
- 24 hour confidential crisis line
- Emergency safe housing
- Safe housing at Sprout House
- Safety planning
- Court advocacy
- Assistance filing restraining orders
- Life skills training
- Relocation assistance
- Individual counseling
- Support groups
* All of our trained Advocates are mandatory reporters. Our services are mostly confidential unless there is a report of child abuse or neglect. Learn more about mandatory reporting.
We work to make our community violence-free by:
- Promoting nonviolence in all areas of living
- Providing prevention education in schools
- Educating businesses on effects of domestic violence in the workplace
- Providing tools through community education on how to recognize, respond, and refer
- Increasing awareness that domestic violence and sexual assault are community issues
How To Help a Friend or Yourself
1 Listen to yourself or your friend that is in need.
2 Reach out to a trusted adult/safe person. Try to identify one person in your life that you trust and consider a safe and supportive person. This will help you if you get into an unhealthy relationship or if your friend enters an unhealthy relationship then you know right away who you can ask for help.
3 Believe in yourself and also believe in your friends when they are reaching out for help. Ask questions without judgment!
4 Be a supportive friend/be supportive of yourself and what you need to do!
Looking for Volunteer Hours?
Reach out to us! We have many different opportunities throughout the year where we could use your help! For example, we have our Taste of Spring event happening on June 8th and are looking for volunteers to help set up, serve food, or help clean up after the event. We will have a sign up link available when we come closer to the event. Your help is greatly appreciated!
Submit an anonymous question you would like answered about healthy relationships or the services we provide. We will post the answers to questions that are appropriate and relevant.
You can contact someone in Love is Respect to talk about the relationships you or a friend are in or if you have any legal questions.
You can contact someone through this hotline to talk to someone if you are in immediate danger within your relationship. You can also call and get resources as well as life saving tools you can take with you
in your relationships as well.
You can contact someone through this hotline if you are a victim of sexual abuse or if you are a family member or friend of someone who has been sexually abused. They offer short term crisis intervention and can answer any questions about what resources there are and help with the reporting process, if that person wanted to report.
One Love Foundation is a national non-profit with the goal of ending relationship abuse. One Love empowers young people with tools and resources to see the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships and bring life-saving prevention education to their communities.
This is an organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning young people.
This project’s goal is to empower the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and HIV affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence. They support and educate survivors through counseling and
This is a national transgender anti-violence organization that provides direct services to the transgender, gender non-confirming, and gender non-binary survivors of sexual assault.
Office: 970-725-3442Crisis Line: 970-725-3412 gcadvocates.org