At Project Woman, we offer a wide range of programs and services to protect, educate and empower those affected by domestic violence, sexual violence, intimate partner violence, dating violence, and/or stalking. If you have any questions or would like to know more about the programs and services available, please contact us.
Our core services are the first step in protecting, educating and empowering survivors. They include:
- 24-hour Crisis Line
- Emergency Shelter
- Mental Health and Recovery Services
- Individual and group counseling
- Case management
- Support Groups
- Registration now open for support groups. Free and confidential. Open to all survivors. Complete the registration here: Support Group Registration
Our Chrysalis Program provides supportive services for survivors making the transition to permanent housing, increased independence and self-sufficiency.
The Chrysalis Program includes:
- Transitional housing for those eligible:
- Chrysalis Manor
- Community Based Locations
- Survivor education
- Counseling services
- Case management
Prevention Education and Outreach Services
Domestic violence and sexual assault affect the entire community, not only survivors. Everyone makes a difference. A strong, informed and empowered community is needed to help stop domestic violence and sexual assaults before they occur.
Project Woman offers community outreach and training programs that are focused on providing information, education, and awareness on issues related to domestic violence and sexual assault. Outreach presentations are free of charge. Contact us to learn more.
Learn more about our Prevention Education Highlights
Specialized Training is available for:
-Law Enforcement and Justice System
-Social and Human Services Providers
-Health Care and Wellness Providers
Additional Services and Programs:
-All Ready! – Healthy Relationship Education