**If you are in crisis, you can call 1.888.428.0101 for a domestic violence crisis advocate 24/7. You can also call/text 520.909.3888 for assistance and information. In case of an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
We are working on a draft of a bill for 2020 Legislation. Click here for more information. Please contact us with feedback, or if you have a story to share about coercive control and/or child safety and welfare in homes of families caught in the cycle of Domestic Violence.
A Message From Felicia Chew, Founder of the Domestic Violence Support Services Project:
As a survivor of domestic violence, I understand the isolation that victims and survivors feel. I understand the PTSD that occurs in victims and survivors. I understand the fight, flight, or freeze reactions that occur.
I see the gaps in services and relationships. There is fear from all sides:
- from the victim’s perspective — the shame, the blame, the guilt. I see the helplessness, the hope-a-holicness, the apathy.
- the perpetrator’s perspective,
- the friend’s perspective,
- the child’s perspective,
- the bystander’s perspective,
- the advocate’s perspective,
- the lawyer’s perspective,
- the judge’s perspective,
- the law enforcement officer’s perspective,
- the public defender’s perspective.
So, the Domestic Violence Support Services Project has a plan for action on many different levels. As a sponsor or advertiser, you will be supporting the following work:
**Learn more about the Facebook Group “Help End Systemic Domestic Violence – Advocacy”**
Click on any of the links above to learn more about the progress in each of these areas. Every $15 provides one hour of services to accomplish the mission of providing domestic violence support services to our community. Thank you for your support.