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Added: Charvis Phipps - Date: The 24 Hour Crisis Hotline is answered by a trained victim advocate. Crisis management, safety planning, and resources are provided to each caller. The hotline is available to assist survivors and their loved ones.
All calls are confidential. For hotline support, dial. Translation services available in languages. The Outreach Team offers services in a non-residential setting. Services include individual and group crisis counseling and support, safety planning, goal setting, linkage to community resources, and information on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence. An economic justice advocate can work with survivors with financial literacy, writing, credit repair, and economic related sufficiency.
For survivors not in need of Emergency Shelter who are seeking advocacy services, the outreach program is a great option. All services offered at no cost and are available to women, men, and children. Awareness is a key component in changing the way our community thinks about and responds to domestic and sexual violence. It is also important to educate and inform our friends, neighbors, and the community at large regarding the availability of services in Hernando County. Our staff works directly with community leaders and partners to raise awareness, effect social change, and address system gaps.
Our advocates provide accompaniment throughout the legal process and during court hearings.
Legal Advocates provide no cost services to women, men, and children. Legal Advocates are not attorneys and do not provide legal advice, however they can make referrals to a Florida certified attorney for injunction petitions and court accompaniment at no charge to the survivor or the local community legal aid provider for other legal issues. The project provides technical assistance and case consultation to child welfare workers and connects child welfare involved families to Dawn Center services as needed. This cutting edge project is part of a state-wide initiative to support survivors and hold batterers able.
Our staff and direct-service volunteers are certified in domestic and sexual violence advocacy. An advocate's primary role is to provide individualized support and resources to survivors and their families. Using an empowerment framework, we support survivors in making their own decisions and crafting their own plans. In addition to Dawn Center services, advocates can provide access to the Attorney General's Crime Victim Compensation Program and other survivor-specific resources.
Download a copy of the Hernando Cares guide here. This is a collaborative project to provide local resources for Mental Health and Substance abuse.
Primary Prevention Education is a way to teach our youth about building healthy relationships, creating personal boundaries, challenging gender norms, and raising awareness toward teen dating violence before it ever starts. Dawn Center goes into schools, churches, social groups, libraries, and other sites where youth gather to educate and build trusting relationships with the youth of our community. Dawn Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating social change in the community and breaking down the barriers of stigma, silence, and shame.
Emergency Shelter. Community Awareness. For hotline support, dial Legal Advocacy. CPI Project. Personal care items including food, clothing, personal hygiene items, and household items are available to residents. Services including advocacy, individual and group crisis counseling and support, safety planning, goal setting, linkage to community resources, and information on the dynamics of domestic and sexual violence are provided to survivors during their stay.
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