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Emergency domestic violence assistance and long term domestic violence housing (Asistencia de emergencia por violencia doméstica y vivienda a largo plazo para casos de violencia doméstica)
call (llamada) or text (texto):
The Survivor Services Department of YWCA of Van Wert County is committed to a policy of equality and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of providing domestic violence services on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.
Domestic Violence Services
- Are you in an abusive relationship?
- Long Term and Emergency Domestic Violence Services
- How do I get help?
Think of the wheel as a diagram of the tactics an abusive partner uses to keep another person in a relationship. Inside of the wheel is comprised of subtle, continual behaviors. The outer ring represents physical, visible violence. These are the abusive acts that are more overt and forceful, and often the intense acts that reinforce the regular use of other subtler methods of abuse.
Red Flags and Green Flags of relationships are listed … ask yourself if any of these signs point to your relationship health.
Contact our 24-7 hotline number for emergency assistance: 567-259-9501
The YWCA Domestic Violence Services are dedicated to eradicating domestic violence and assisting all survivors of intimate partner violence who contact the YWCA. No one deserves to be abused.
The YWCA provides services to those in emergency domestic violence situations as well as those referred by an outside agency. All services are available to men, women and children regardless of sexual orientation and services are conducted in a safe and confidential environment.
- COMPLETE CONFIDENTIALTY
- Safe and secure location
- Child and court advocacy
- Mental health and AOD services on site
- Economic empowerment
- Employment assistance
- Support and educational groups
- Case management
- Safety plans
These are offered to survivors living within our facility as well as outreach survivors (those living outside the YWCA.)
First, you need to understand that this situation is not your fault. Abusers will make you think it is. No one deserves to be abused in any way. Love shouldn’t hurt.
If you are in need of emergency shelter due to a domestic violence situation, contact the YWCA Domestic Violence Hot Line (567-259-9501) or call 911 for local law enforcement who will in turn contact the YWCA.
If you are an emergency shelter or outside agency making a referral for housing, call 419-238-6639 ext 111.
I am in need of services…
If you are need of court advocacy or case management, no matter whether you are a resident of our facility or an outreach survivor, contact the YWCA of Van Wert County at 419-238-6639. ext 100.