Domestic Violence/Safe House

Woman experiencing domestic abuse looks scared and worried as she holds herself

Domestic Violence Advocates

Do you feel like you are walking on eggshells to avoid a violent outburst? Is your spouse or partner bad tempered and moody? Do you feel your spouse or partner has you on a short leash, dictating your every move? Domestic violence comes in many forms. Physical abuse is the most obvious, but domestic violence also includes sexual, emotional and verbal abuse. It also includes stalking and cyberstalking.

Our support staff at Open Heart Advocates is here to help. If you or someone close to you is experiencing threats of violence from someone, or violence from a partner or spouse, we’re here to guide you through creating a safety plan — steps you can take to keep you and your children safe. Completing a safety plan before taking action or leaving home can be helpful in seeing your options.

If you are an immigrant, seeking help does not mean deportation. There are U.S. laws in place to protect immigrants who are victims of domestic violence when they seek help.

There is always a way out. If you or someone you know needs help, call our 24-Hour Crisis Line today.

Safe House/Women’s Shelter in Craig

Available for women only, our discrete shelter provides housing for women who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault.

Our safe house takes in women and their children up to age 18. We also provide housing for victims of human trafficking. Housing is available for up to 45 days at no cost to the victim.

Call today to learn more about how we can help you feel safe and supported. If you’re looking for other support services outside of domestic violence advocacy, you can find a list of all of our services offered here.

Need Support?

At Open Heart Advocates, we are here to offer domestic violence victims assistance whenever you need it most.

Call our 24/7 local Crisis Line today if you or a loved one needs help.

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For more information and/or national resources, go to www.thehotline.org.

24-Hour Crisis Line: 970-824-2400