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Community Support Groups and Outreach for Students and Staff: Domestic Violence Intervention
This guide will provide resources and information to enable communities to address the needs of students and staff experiencing hardships
Women In Crisis YWCA– 24/7 Crisis Hotline: 757-251-0144. Serves women over age 18 that are experiencing battering. Provides shelter to abused women and children. 500 East Plume Street, Suite 700, Norfolk. FMI: 757-625-4248
Salvation Army HOPE Center – Emergency shelter and assistance. FMI: 757-543-8100. 5525 Raby Rd., Norfolk.
H.E.R. Shelter– Domestic violence, teen date violence – Portsmouth. FMI: 757-485-1445
Victory Home – Six to 12 month program to help you gain independence. Bethany Baptist Church, 4810 Portsmouth Blvd., Portsmouth, FMI: 757-487-2633.
Genieve Shelter– Victims of domestic abuse. 1548-C Holland Road, Suffolk. FMI (9:00 am - 5:00 pm): 757-925-4365; after 5:00 pm, 757-705-2025 or 757-353-1439
Suffolk Shelter FMI: 757-934-1353
Samaritan House – 24/7 Hotline 757-430-2120. Family shelter, protection from abuse. . 2620 Southern Blvd., Virginia Beach. FMI: 757- 631-0710.
National Alliance to End Homelessness, works collaboratively with the public, private, and nonprofit sectors to build state and local capacity, leading to stronger programs and policies that help communities achieve their goal of ending homelessness.
National Coalition for the Homeless a national network of people who are currently experiencing or who have experienced homelessness, activists and advocates, community-based and faith-based service providers.
Virginia Homeless Solutions Program (VHSP)a state- and federally-funded program funded by the State General Fund and the federal Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) to support Continuum of Care (CoC) strategies and homeless service and prevention programs.