Get Help Crisis Center North provides a variety of services to victims, their loved ones, and the community at large. Explore our services below to learn which are best for your situation. Crisis Hotline & Text/Chatline
Crisis Center North’s 24/7 hotline is free and confidential for anyone affected by domestic violence. Call to learn more about our services, schedule an appointment, or just for emotional support. We are always here to offer support. Visit the
page for referrals to other community resources and groups.
Our clinically trained child and adult counselors provide trauma-informed, therapeutic counseling to adults and youth, individually or in groups.
Our legal advocates offer assistance filing Protection From Abuse Orders and courtroom accompaniment services. Canine advocates Penny and Ari are also available upon request.
CCN partners with other local agencies to provide a complete range of services for clients beyond what the Center itself provides.
Our medical advocate is on-call to meet victims in local hospitals for safety planning and service referral.
Our economic empowerment advocate can help victims find community resources and offers case management services. Microloans are also available to qualifying clients.
Family & Friends Services
Services are also available to friends, family members, and coworkers of survivors as they strive to understand the dynamics of domestic violence and provide critical support.
PAWS FOR EMPOWERMENT
Harnessing the healing power of animal advocates to treat trauma, help victims find the strength to seek justice, and make our community safer for families and their pets.
Trainings Personalized Training
Does your organization need to know more about a specific domestic violence topic? CCN offers customized presentations and training to suit your needs.
CCN provides informative presentations on a broad range of topics relating to domestic violence and prevention to businesses and community organizations.
Primary Prevention Education
CCN’s school-based primary prevention programming empowers students and increases conflict-resolution skills, positive attitudes, self-efficacy, and bystander intervention.
Legal & Medical Advocacy
CCN provides domestic violence training on a broad range of topics to doctors, nurses, medical staff, and police officers, including training in the Lethality Assessment Program.