24-Hour Crisis Line: 970-824-2400
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CONFIDENTIAL
AND
Compassionate
Support

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CONFIDENTIAL
AND
Compassionate
Support

Open Heart Advocates (formerly Advocates Crisis Support Services of Craig) was founded in 1978 and has served the Craig and Moffat County area continually for 37 years. Open Heart Advocates is the sole provider of victims’ advocacy and victims’ services in Moffat County. All services are confidential and there is no charge for Open Heart Advocates services and support.

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24-Hour Crisis Line: 970-824-2400

I AM A VICTIM
My husband is physically abusive and I need a safe place to stay. I’ve been sexually assaulted by a coworker. I’m a teen whose in an uncomfortable situation. I’ve been raped and I don’t know what to do. I need help placing a restraining order. I am an immigrant that needs legal protection. I have documents in English that I need help understanding. I’m queer and I’m a victim of a hate crime.

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I AM A FAMILY MEMBER
I suspect my child has been violated and I don’t know where to turn. My daughter is in an abusive relationship. My family lives in fear of deportation and we need help with legal concerns. My daughter may have been date raped. My elderly parent is a victim of a crime. My gay son is being bullied. My son’s friend doesn’t seem to have a home and may be in trouble. My niece is being stalked.

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I AM A COMMUNITY RESOURCE
I work in the schools and I’m interested in learning more about your awareness programs for young adults. I am a nurse and would like to learn more about joining your SANE and SART teams. I work for a local human service agency and I want to learn more about referrals and information. I am a lawyer and would like to donate my services. I’m a local counselor, how can I help?

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UPCOMING EVENTS & HIGHLIGHTS

Local Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® Event

Saturday, October 20
Boys & Girls Club

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. It’s not easy walking in these shoes, but it’s fun and it gets the community to talk about something that’s really difficult to talk about: gender relations and men’s sexualized violence against women. Registration forms on our Facebook page & Memorial Regional Health’s Facebook page.

October is Domestic Violence Prevention Month

Know the Signs of Healthy Relationships and How to Strengthen Yours

Are you in a healthy love relationship?  You deserve a healthy relationship, and our community is here to support you. Be aware of the signs of healthy and unhealthy behaviors in relationships.

If you have been a victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, join the #SurvivorSpeaks movement! Learn more at http://www.ncadv.org/SurvivorSpeaks.