Counseling Services

Serving women, men and children affected by domestic violence.

Counselors provide individual and group therapeutic and psycho educational support for adult survivors of domestic abuse. For more information contact Sharon Gregory, Manager of Counseling Services at:

Women’s Support Group

Group counseling for victims and survivors of domestic violence and provides a safe environment to process emotions, share experiences, as well as become educated on the dynamics of domestic violence. The group sessions emphasize safety, learning how to take care of one’s self and assisting their children in the healing process. Participants must be female, and 18 years of age or older. Sessions are available to residential and non-residential clients. No fees for service.

S.A.F.E./Making Changes to Protect

A 25-hour process and curriculum-based psycho-educational group to support Survivors with exploring their experiences and how domestic violence impacts children. Survivors are guided through processing their life experiences and considerations for healing and working towards optimal change and growth.

Community Based Counseling

Based at Haven for Hope, provides access to comprehensive mental health counseling and therapeutic services for adult and child residents of Haven for Hope. For more information, please contact Leslie Schultz, Director of Clinical Services, at: