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We don't just protect abused women, we teach them how to break the cycle of violence.

contacts are made through our domestic abuse hotline



domestic violence services

For more than 33 years, Providence House has provided shelter, outreach, support and compassion to individuals who have experienced of domestic violence in their lives. The safe house is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with caring, trained people who meet the emotional and physical needs of the adults and children in crisis.

Providence House works with individuals and their children to help them realize a life free from abuse and prepare for an independent, violence-free life. We offer a wide-range of free and confidential services that are invaluable to those who are struggling to break free from the cycle of violence in their homes.

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Below is a list of our Domestic Violence Services. Click on the icon to view contact information for services in each county.

All of the programs below are available in these counties:

24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

For individuals in need of crisis counseling and/or a safe haven from abuse, as well as information, appointments and referrals.

Emergency Safe House

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Confidentially located emergency safe house that enables victims and their children to escape danger and to begin the healing process

Individual Counseling

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

By appointment, offers short-term individual counseling including support, options, education, and therapeutic intervention

Domestic Abuse Support Groups

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Provides multi-week educational sessions on the dynamics of abuse, including healthy relationships, safety planning and boundaries

Project Self-Sufficiency

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Helps victims to acquire and maintain permanent violence-free housing and provides education and training on job readiness and community resources. For individuals transitioning from safe house services

Legal Advocacy Program

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Offers supportive and technical assistance to domestic abuse crime victims and their families by providing court accompaniment, legal options counseling, appropriate referrals and safety planning

Community Education

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Encourages prevention and promotes awareness of the forms of domestic abuse through presentations at health fairs, schools, community events and organizations

Project REACH

Of Ocean Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Recognizes the unique obstacles faced by those experiencing domestic violence later in life, such as long time spouse abuse or abuse by grown children


Of Burlington Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Designed to meet the needs of African American and Black individuals who are experiencing domestic violence

PALS (Peace--A Learned Solution)

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Helps children ages 3-12 who have been exposed to domestic abuse to heal through various forms of creative arts

Domestic Violence Response Team- DVRT

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Provides training, supervision, and guidance to teams of community volunteers who speak to victims immediately following a domestic violence incident at the local police station or hospital

Domestic Violence Liaison to DYFS

Providence House Domestic Violence Services

Providence House Domestic Violence Services provides consultation, support and education to child protection caseworkers as well as direct advocacy for non-offending parents and their children experiencing or witnessing domestic violence.

treatment for those who abuse

Family Growth Program

Of Children and Family Services

Domestic Violence programs offers separate treatment groups for men and women who have been violent with a partner or spouse.