OUR SERVICES

SERVING THE ST. CROIX COMMUNITY
24 HOURS A DAY, 365 DAYS A YEAR.

How do we help people impacted by violence? We are working with and for the community, providing supportive services for survivors, surviving loved ones of crime victims and families in need. Our 24-hour crisis intervention hotline, 340.773.9272, is always answered by a person (not a recording!) and is a direct connection to a trained, compassionate volunteer advocate.

CRISIS
INTERVENTION

A volunteer advocate is always on duty and will meet a survivor in the emergency room or police station.

EMERGENCY
SHELTER

Survivors and their children are offered emergency housing and other services at Sojourner House.

Transitional Housing Program

Low-income survivors are offered housing assistance and other supportive services.

SUPPORT
GROUPS

Victims and survivors of domestic violence meet weekly in a safe, supportive space with our crisis counselor.

EDUCATION
PROGRAMS

Peer advocacy training and other volunteer opportunities for youth at the A. Pfaelzer Children's Center.

OUTREACH
PROGRAMS

Age-appropriate sessions to educate youth and adults on domestic and sexual violence prevention topics.

THRIFT
STORES

Donate or shop at Closet To Closet, Shabby Chic Corner and The Home Store to help those in need.

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