Family Support Center

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All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL

Domestic violence victim services (adult and youth)


Sexual assault victim services


Parenting education and support services


Community education and referral

What is Domestic Violence

Domestic violence includes any and all behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. Domestic violence can happen to anyone regardless of their appearance, race, class, age, sex, religion, cultural background, sexual orientation or gender identity.


Domestic violence includes:

  • Elder abuse
  • Teen dating violence
  • Stalking behaviors
  • Human trafficking
  • Child abuse

Domestic Violence Victim Services

Counseling and Advocacy-Domestic Violence Advocates will listen and explore options with victims/survivors of past and present domestic violence. We can also provide assistance and support in navigating systems related to violence.

Youth Services-We provide counseling and advocacy for youth ages 5-17 who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence.

Legal Advocacy-We can provide assistance with Judicare applications, restraining orders, divorce paperwork and support during hearings, criminal, family, and civil. We can not provide legal advice.

Safety Planning-We can work with you to create a personalized safety plan whether you choose to remain in or leave a violent relationship.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline-An Advocate is available to provide assistance or counseling 24 hours a day.

Outreach and Awareness-Presentations and public education about domestic violence are available. Please contact the Program Director if interested.

Emergency Shelter-We can provide you with resources for safe, short-term emergency shelter as we work with you to find more permanent housing.

What is Sexual Assault?

Sexual assault is any act that breaks a person's trust, or violates their sense of safety, and is sexual in nature.

This includes forced, coerced, or manipulated sexual activity, sexual contact with someone who is unable to consent, as well as human trafficking.


Sexual assault is not uncommon. Even though there are many people with this shared experience, lack of visibility and understanding can lead to feelings of isolation.


Sexual assault can happen to anyone, and impacts people of all genders, ages, races, sexual orientations, and cultural backgrounds.

Sexual Assault Victim Services

Counseling 

     An Advocate trained in working with sexual assault survivors will help you navigate your recovery process. We are also available to answer questions for and offer support to family and friends.

Assistance with health services

     If you have been assaulted, you may require medical care. We can be a link to health services that are mindful of your individual needs.

Assistance with the legal system

     We cannot provide you with legal advice or representation, but we can help find answers to your questions. We are available to accompany you during police reporting and court proceedings.

Information and referrals

     We partner with a network of agencies and service providers to connect you to needed resources.

Outreach and awareness

     Please contact our office with requests for presentations, speaking engagements, workshops, or group facilitation.

Parenting Services
Children in Between
Parents of minor children going through divorce/custody
3 hours; classes offered quarterly
Skills necessary to make divorce easier on children

Your Journey Together
Parents with children up to age 17
8 weeks; 16 hours of education
Curriculum-informed parenting practices to promote children's overall safety and well-being
Classes start in February, June & September each year

Additional parent support available for families with younger children through River Source Family Center. For more information, please visit https://www.RiverSourceFamilyCenter.com/ or call 715-720-1841