DOMESTIC ABUSE & SEXUAL VIOLENCE
                   (Free or Low-Cost)
      In the case of domestic or sexual violence, contact the National Organizations as well as your 
           County Resources.  They will make sure you are connected with the help you will need!   


MORE WEBSITES & RESOURCES LISTED AT BOTTOM OF PAGE!

National Domestic Violence Hotline                                                   
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)   
Website:  www.ndvh.org     


National Sexual Assault Hotline
Phone:  800-656-4673                                                                                   

National Rape, Abuse & Incest Network
Phone:  1-800-656-HOPE
Website:  www.rainn.org

National Clearing House for Battered Women
125 S. 9th Street  #302
Philadelphia, PA   19107
Website:  www.ncdbw.org

State-wide Family Violence Help Line
1-800-996-6228

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Phone:  517-347-7000   TTY: 527-381-8470
Website:  www.mcadsv.org
                                                                                                                                                       
Michigan Assault Hotline                                                    
Phone:  1-800-NO-MEANS-NO                                                       
Website:  www.mivictims.org 


Dating Violence Help
Website:  www.michigan.gov/datingviolence


Stalking Resource Center at the National Center 
for Victims of Crime
Phone:  800-394-2255
Website:  www.ncvc.org                                                 




DOWNRIVER AND METRO DETROIT AREAS: 

Black Family Development
Administrative Office:
2995 E. Grand Blvd.
Detroit,  MI  48202
Phone:  313-758-0150
Website:  wwwblackfamilydevelopment.org
Accepts referrals from Interim House, First Step and the Department of Human Services only. 


Providence Family Life Center              
18600 Florence Street,  Suite B5
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  1-888-519-9202
Email:  providenceprograms@gmail.com 
Website:  www.providencefamilylifecenter.com 
A non-profit agency dedicated to emplowering women and children to maximize their life experience 
by providing education, counseling, advocacy and tangible support.  We specialize in reaching women 
and their families who are survivors of abuse, trafficking, desertion, homelessness, addiction and illiteracy.  We also provide court-ordered guardianship for individuals challenged with mental illness.  
Serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.  


Wayne County SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program)         
2727 Second Avenue  Suite 120
Detroit , MI  48201
Phone:  313-964-9701    24 hour Crisis Pager: 313-430-8000
Email:adowd.wcsafe@gmail.com   Amy Dowd 
A non-profit organization and the only stand-alone sexual assault program in Wayne County.  Program provides 24-7 medical forensic care and crisis intervention to survivors in Wayne County who have experienced a sexual assault.  They have 4 local clinics for patients to choose from. Additionally, free counseling and advocacy services for survivors of sexual assault and their loved ones. 


YWCA INTERIM HOUSE
P.O. Box 21904
Detroit, MI  48221
Phone:  313-861-5300  24 hour Crisis Line
One of the first and largest shelters in Michigan whose mission is to empower survivors of domestic 
violence and sexual assault by helping them to realize their ability to control their lives.  Offers a 67 
bed shelter and a great many resources as well as referrals to needed services.  
AND 
YWCA Sexual Assault & Advocacy Services (SAAS) 
985 E. Jefferson Ave #102 
Detroit, MI 48207  
Phone: 313-285-9032      24 Hour Help Line:  313-861-5300
Website:  www.ywcadetroit.org 
Offers: 
Supportive Counseling
Emergency Intervention Services
Advocacy and Support Services
Public Awareness & System Change


SASHA  (Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and Awareness)
Phone:  888-865-7055
Website:  www.SashaCenter.org
Offers informatin and workshops aimed at preventing sexual assault and domestic violence, to residents throughout S.E. Michigan with an emphasis on people of color.  


CHASS (Community Health & Social Services Center)
Southwest Clinic
5635 W. Fort Street                 
Detroit, MI  48209-3154
Phone:  313-849-3920
AND
CHASS Midtown Center
7436 Woodward Ave.
Detroit,  MI  48202
Phone:  313-556-9907
AND
Western International High School Health Center
1500 Scotten
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone:  313-849-5504
Website:  www.chasscenter.org
Free and low-cost primary care medical services in both English and Spanish for all ages, 
whether uninsured or those with Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance.  Offers primary 
care and dentistry, mental health services, a domestic violence program and nutrition classes.  


First Step / Western Wayne County Project on Domestic and Sexual Violence    
Main Office:
44567 Pinetree Drive        24 Hour Help Line:  734-722-6800  OR call Toll Free 1-888-453-5900
Plymouth,  MI  48170
Phone: 734-416-1111
AND
St. Robert Bellaine
27150 Westfield 
Redford,  MI  48239
Phone: 313-937-9791
AND
Wayne SANE Clinic
4400 S. Venoy 
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone: 734-722-1772
Email:   info@firststep-mi.org
Website:  www.firststep-mi.org
First Step offers shelter, counseling, advocacy, 
SANE Exams, assault response, 24-hour help line 
services, legal information, children's services, 
training and education to survivors and to the community.  


ACCESS
6451 Schaefer
Dearborn, MI 
Phone:  313-945-8380
Website:  www.accesscommunity.org
Domestic Violence Coalition and Prevention Program


Adult Crisis Screening & Intervention
The Guidance Center                                                   
13101 Allen Road, Ste. 100                                                     
Southgate, MI  48195
734-785-7700; M-F 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
888-711-5465 After Hours
Website:  www.guidance-center.org 
Emergency assessment and referrals for adults.  
Also Women's Groups & Support Services  734-287-1702


Counterpoint Shelter & Crisis Center
Starfish Family Services
30000 Hively Road
Inkster, MI  48141-1089
Phone:  313-563-5005
24-hour crisis line  866-672-4357
Website:  www.sfish.org


Centro Multicultural LaFamila
35 W. Huron Street   Suite #500
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-858-7800
Email:  info@centromulticultural.org
Website:  www.centromulticultural.org
Offers a culturally sensitive, Spanish language program 
to help victims of abuse.  Provides individual counseling 
and group support for victims, a group for batterer's to 
learn to stop being abusive and an awareness campaign 
on what constitutes abuse. 


LA VIDA
5635 W. Fort Street
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone:  313-849-3104
CRISIS LINE:  734-477-3028


Detroit Police Domestic Violence Program
4201 St. Antoine   Ste. 6-F
Detroit,  MI  
Phone:  313-833-1660
CRISIS LINE:  313-833-9813
Detroit Police Victims Assistance Hotline
Phone:  313-833-1660  8 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.  7 days a week
Counsels victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and violent crimes.


Catholic Social Services of Wayne County
9851 Hamilton Ave.
Detroit. MI  48202
Phone:  313-883-2100
Website:  www.csswayne.org
Specialized services for victims of domestic violence, marital therapy and counseling.


LIFT Women's Resource Center
16120 Meyers Road
Detroit,  MI  48235
Phone: 313-345-9065
Provides life management skills to women in recovery from domestic violence, homelessness 
and substance abuse. 


Arab American Chaldean Council        
Administrative Office:
28551 Southfield Road
Lathrup Village,  MI  48076
Phone:  248-559-1990
Website:  www.myacc.org
Many locations!



LENAWEE COUNTY

Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Project         
220 N. Main
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone:  517-264-5733 
       OR  517-265-6776  OR  800-874-5936
Email:  ccdvp@dmci.net
Crisis intervention, 24-hour hotline, emergency housing, support groups, information & referral, counseling, advocacy (financial, legal, personal) and Domestic Violence Alternative Program (DVAP) for Men.  


Elder Abuse & Late Life Domestic Violence    
Region 2 Area Agency on Aging
8363 West US 12
Onsted, MI  49265
Phone: 800-335-7881  OR  517-467-2204
Website:  www.r2aaa.net
AND
Hillsdale County Shelter:  Domestic Harmony   888-439-1454
Hillsdale County Sennior Services Center   800-479-3348
Adult Protective Services    517-439-2200
AND
Jackson County Aware Shelter:    517-783-2861
Jackson County Dept. on Aging    517-788-4364
Adult Protective Services    517-780-7600
AND
Lenawee County Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Shelter   517-265-6776    See above! 
Lenawee County Dept. on Aging   517-264-6428
Adult Protective Services    517-264-6428



MACOMB COUNTY

Turning Point, Inc.
PO Box 1123
Mount Clemens, MI  48046
Phone:  586-463-4430  ext. 222
         OR 586-463-6990  24 hour crisis line
Website:  www.turningpointmacomb.org
Provides a 24 hour crisis line, 24 hour emergency shelter (up to 30 days maximum stay for women 
& children), domestic and sexual violence counseling, hospital and court advocacy, case management services, children's program, community education/prevention, Second Hand Rose Resale Shop, support groups, Families First Program, Forensic Nurse Examiner Program & Personal Protection Order Assistance. Macomb County residents are served first--ID is required.


Touching Heart
PO Box 46605
Mt. Clemens, MI  48046
Phone:  866-797-5748
Email:  info@touchingheart.org
Website:  www.touchingheart.org
Provides young women with the strength, confidence and encouragement to spread their wings, 
hold on to the power of God, and SOAR!!!!


Providence Family Life Center               
18600 Florence Street,  Suite B5
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  1-888-519-9202
Email:  providenceprograms@gmail.com 
Website:  www.providencefamilylifecenter.com 
A non-profit agency dedicated to emplowering women and children to maximize their life experience 
by providing education, counseling, advocacy and tangible support.  We specialize in reaching women 
and their families who are survivors of abuse, trafficking, desertion, homelessness, addiction and illiteracy.  We also provide court-ordered guardianship for individuals challenged with mental illness.  
Serves Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.  



MONROE COUNTY

Monroe County Advocacy Center        
718 N. Macomb St.   Suite 317
Monroe,  MI  48162
Phone: 734-322-3258
Email:  monroe.cac@comcast.net
Website:  www.monroecac.net
The Monroe CAC is a friendly facility which offers a safe environment for the victim 
of abuse. Also works with a multi-disciplinary team to meet the needs of the victim 
and his /her supportive family members under a standardized protocol.  


Mercy Memorial Rape Crisis Center
718 North Macomb Street
Monroe,  MI  48162
Phone:  734-240-4508    24 hour hotline:  734-240-8800
Website:  www.mercymemorial.org
Program provides trained victim advocates who are available to you by phone or in person 24 hours
a day, provides advocacy during the medical and legal process and provides resources for your safety 
and follow-up counseling..  Counseling is available for all victims and their families.  Advocacy services 
are available for those of recent or past victimization.


Family Counseling & Shelter Services                           
14930 LaPlaisance Road Suite 106
Monroe,  MI 48161 
Phone: 734-241-8259       24 hour hotline: 734-242-7233 
Website:  www.fcssmc.org
Counseling for all age groups including substance abuse groups. Sliding fee scale 
available. Access to domestic violence advocate and resources including shelter, 
help with personal protection orders and support group.  



OAKLAND COUNTY

Providence Family Life Center              
18600 Florence Street,  Suite B5
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone:  1-888-519-9202
Email:  providenceprograms@gmail.com 
Website:  www.providencefamilylifecenter.com 
A non-profit agency dedicated to emplowering women and children to maximize their 
life experience by providing education, counseling, advocacy and tangible support.  
We specialize in reaching women and their families who are survivors of abuse, trafficking, desertion, homelessness, addiction and illiteracy.  We also provide court-ordered guardianship for individuals challenged with mental illness.  Serves Wayne, Oakland 
and Macomb counties.  


Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-334-2187
Website:  www.gracecentersofhope.org


YWCA of Greater Flint/SAFE House
310 East Third Street
Flint, MI  48502
Phone:  810-238-7621  ext. 351  24 hour Crisis Line
Website:  www.ywcaflint.org
Emergency shelter for domestic violence victims only


H.A.V.E.N.
PO Box 431045
30400 Telegraph Road,  Suite 101
Bingham Farms, MI  48025
Phone:  248-334-1284
Website:  www.haven-oakland.org
Serves Oakland County.  Offers shelter, advocacy program, personal protection order 
assistance, counseling, supervised parenting time program.


Rochester Area Neighborhood House
1224 Inglewood
PO Box 80112
Rochester, MI 48308-0112
Phone: 248-651-5836
Website:  www.ranh.org
Serves Oakland County residents in Rochester, Rochester Hills, Oakland Twp., Leonard 
and Auburn Hills (east of I-75).


Common Ground 
Administration
1410 S. Telegraph
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
Phone: 248-456-8150
AND
Mental Health Services / Crisis Resource Center
Doctors Hospital, Seminole Building, Suite 100
461 West Huron
Pontiac,, MI 48341
Phone:  1-800-231-1127
AND
Crisis Residential Unit
751 Hendrie Blvd.
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Call Crisis Resource Center above for admittance.
AND
Youth Programs / The Sanctuary
1222 S. Washington
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: 248-547-2260
AND
A Step Forward
1228 S. Washington
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: 248-399-9795
AND
Youth Outreach Center
1228 S. Washington
Royal Oak, MI 48067
Phone: 248-399-9795
AND
Crisis Intervention & Recovery Team (CIRT)
1063 Professional Dr. Suite D-4
Flint, MI 48532
Phone: 810-496-4935        Phone:  800-231-1127   24 hours
Website:  www.commongroundhelps.org 


CARE House                  
44765 Woodward
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone:  248-332-7173
Website:  www.carehouse.org
The agency does outreach, teaching new parents coping skills and how to build healthy relationships 
with their kids.  It works to educate people so that they can recognize the signs of abuse in children 
and know what to do when they see it.  Assistance can also include helping the child and other family members find new places to live. 



WASHTENAW COUNTY

Washtenaw County Child Protective Services
(To report child abuse & neglect)
Phone:  734-481-9110
Website:  www.ewashtenaw.org


Assault Crisis Center
2940 Ellsworth Road
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone: 734-483-7273   24 hour Crisis Hotline  
Assistance for sexual assault victims


University of Michigan Abuse Hurts Initiative 
U-M Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center
Phone:  734-936-3333
Website:  www.stopabuse.umich.edu 
A cross-campus collaboration promoting prevention of domestic or intimate partner 
and sexual violence affecting members of the university community.  


Safe House Center
4100 Clark Road
P.O. Box 7052
Ann Arbor,  MI  48107
Phone:  734-995-5444    24 hour Crisis Hotline
Website:  www.safehousecenter.org
Temporary shelter, counseling, legal assistance and advocacy for victims of domestic violence 
and their children.  Call directly or referral.  NO FEE.  Counseling, emergency response, emergency 
shelter, support groups, legal advocacy for domestic violence.


SOS Crisis Center
114 N. River
Ypsilanti, MI  48197
Phone:  734-484-4300
Website:  www.soscs.org
Assistance with relocation for families with minor children


SAPAC  (Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center)
715 N. University   #202
Ann Arbor, MI  48104-1611
Phone:  734-998-9368


New Visions
Alliance to End Violence in Asian/Asian American Communities
1080 S. University Ave.   #8660
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-1106
Phone:  734-615-2106
Website: www.ssw.umich.edu/newvisions/





RELIGIOUS RESOURCES!

Jewish Family Service and National Council of Jewish Women
Phone: 248-592-2300
Website:  www.jfsdetroit.org/domestc.html


National 24-hour Women of Substance Crisis Intervention Hotline
Phone: 866-862-2873

Peace and Safety in the Christian Home
Website:  www.peaceandsafety.com


Faith/Trust Institute
Website:  www.faithtrustinstitute.org 














































































Please also check under 
"LEGAL RESOURCES" 
for FREE legal help!

And "FINANCIAL RESOURCES"
for free dental and facial reconstruction
surgery for victims!



Americans Overseas Domestic Violence 
Crisis Center
Phone: 866-USWOMEN
Website:  www.866uswomen.org 


Bureau of Indian Affairs, Indian Country
Child Abuse Hotline
Phone:  800-633-5155
Website:  www.indianaffairs.gov


ChildHelp USA National Hotline
Phone: 800-4-1-CHILD
Website:  www.childhelp.org


Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Phone: 800-656-HOPE
Website:  http://online.rainn.org


National Human Trafficking Resource Center
Phone:  888-373-7888
Website: www.traffickingresourcecenter.org
&
Michigan Commission on Human Trafficking
Website:
www.michigan.gov/humantrafficing 

Resource Center on Domestic Violence, 
Child Protection and Custody
Phone:  800-52-PEACE
Website: www.ncjfcj.org/content/view/129/250
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