DOMESTIC ABUSE & SEXUAL VIOLENCE
                   (Free or Low-Cost)
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National Domestic Violence Hotline
PO Box 90249
Austin, TX 78709
Administrative Line: 737-225-3150
Phone: 800-799-7233  CRISIS LINE 
Website: https://www.thehotline.org
Every contact to The Hotline is personal. Some 
people who reach out to us identify as survivors 
of abuse, some as concerned friends or family 
members, some as abusive partners seeking to 
change themselves. While every contact is unique, 
our advocates are guided by The Hotline’s Consent 
and Ethics policy and will emphasize several key 
points throughout your conversation.
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Through the National Deaf Domestic Violence 
Hotline (NDDVH), a partnership with the Abused 
Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS), 
advocates are available 24/7 via TTY and live 
chat to help people affected by domestic vio-
lence who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
Need help now? 
Advocates who are Deaf themselves 
are available to answer your call 24/7 by:
Video phone: 855-812-1001
Instant messenger: DeafHotline
Email: nationaldeafhotline@adwas.org
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Free, confidential support services for Native American 
and Alaska Native survivors of domestic violence and 
sexual violence are available daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
CST through the StrongHearts Native Helpline, a partner-
ship with the National Indigenous Women’s Resource 
Center. Contacts made to StrongHearts after hours will
be provided with the option to connect with advocates 
from The Hotline. Phone: 844-7NATIVE (762-8483)

RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) 
Phone: 800-656-4673
Website: https://www.rainn.org                                                                              
RAINN created and operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline in partnership with more 
than 1,000 local sexual assault service providers across the country and operates the DoD 
Safe Helpline for the Department of Defense. 

National Clearing House for the Defense of Battered Women
990 Spring Garden  Suite 703
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Phone: 215-763-1144   800-903-0111 x 3 Toll-Free
We accept collect calls from incarcerated victims of battering at 215-763-1144
Email: ncdbw@ncdbw.org 
Website: https://www.ncdbw.org 
The mission of the National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women is to secure
 justice for victims of battering charged with crimes related to their battering and prevent 
further victimization of such people who have been arrested, convicted, or incarcerated.

National Center for Victims of Crime
P.O. Box 101207
Arlington, VA  22210
Phone: 202-467-8700 
Website: https://victimsofcrime.org                                          
The VictimConnect Resource Center is a place for crime victims to learn about their rights 
and options confidentially and compassionately. A program of the National Center for Vic-
tims of Crime, it combines:
With extensive specialized training, our Victim Assistance Specialists stand ready to help 
crime victims understand their rights and options, find information and connect with res-
ources, access referrals, and craft next steps to regain control over their lives.

Michigan Coalition To End Domestic & Sexual Violence
3893 Okemos   Suite B-2
Okemos, MI  48864-4209
Phone: 517-347-7000
Website: https://mcedsv.org
OUR MISSION
MCEDSV is dedicated to the empowerment of all the state’s survivors of domestic 
and sexual violence. Our mission is to develop and promote efforts aimed at the 
elimination of all domestic and sexual violence in MI.  
OUR VISION:
MCEDSV is Michigan’s catalyst for creating empowered and transformed individuals, 
communities, and societies committed to building a lasting legacy of equality, peace 
and social justice, where domestic and sexual violence no longer exists.
                                                                      
DATING VIOLENCE HELP 
The Michigan Domestic Violence Prevention and Treatment Board (MDVPTB)
235 S. Grand Ave.  Suite 506
P.O. Box 30037
Lansing, MI  48909
Phone: 517-373-8144
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/datingviolence/0,4559,7-233-46553---,00.html

Lakeshore Legal Aid  
Counsel & Advocacy Law Line
16250 Northland Dr.  Suite 363
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: 248-443-8068   New Client Intake: 888-783-8190
Website: https://lakeshorelegalaid.org 
Lakeshore Legal Aid is a not-for-profit law firm providing a range of free civil legal services 
to people who are low-income, seniors, and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
in our communities.
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Covers a WIDE variety of legal matters!
Now serving residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Lakeshore Legal Aid has 
14 locations across Southeast Michigan.

Federal Civil Pro Bono Project
Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association
645 Griswold Suite 1356
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone: 313-961-6120
Email: dba@detroitlawyer.org
Website: https://www.detroitlawyer.org
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Detroit Legal Services Clinic 
Penobscot Building
13th Floor, Smart Detroit Conference Rooms
645 Griswold
Detroit, MI 48226
Phone: 313-961-6120, #206
Website: https://www.detroitlawyer.org/clinic
Services Offered:
The Detroit Legal Services Clinic provides information and advice from volunteer attorneys 
in the areas of: Divorce, Child Support, Domestic Relations Issues, Expungements, Self-
Representation, General Civil Law. 

Wayne State University Law School 
Free Legal Aid Clinic, Inc. (FLAC)
5425 Woodward Ave.
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-833-0058
Website: https://www.detroitflac.com
Services Offered:
Established in 1965, the Free Legal Aid Clinic (FLAC) provides legal assistance to low income 
and elderly residents of Wayne County in the areas of family law and elder law. FLAC focuses 
on assisting victims of domestic abuse, elder abuse, or those who experience great barriers 
to justice. This organization is the only student run legal aid clinic in the nation staffed entirely 
by Wayne State University Law School students who provide legal services under the super-
vision of licensed attorneys, pursuant to Michigan Court Rule 8.120.


DETROIT AND METRO DETROIT 

Wayne County SAFE 
(Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner Program)         
2727 Second Ave.  Suite 300
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-964-9701 / Crisis Pager: 313-430-8000
Email: info@wcsafe.org 
Website: http://wcsafe.org 
We are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our services are free of charge. Services are 
available to ALL ages – men,women, and children. Medical-forensic exams are provided up 
to 120 hours post-assault. Counseling and advocacy services are available to anyone who 
identifies as a survivor of sexual assault, sexual abuse or incest ~ no matter when it occurred. 
Our services are available to any-one, despite where they live or where they were assaulted.

WSU Community Advocacy Project is an intensive 10-week program for survivors of intimate 
partner violence (IPV). Trained CAP advocates focus on helping survivors find resilience, work 
on short-term goals while transferring skills that bolster the survivor's current competencies 
that inform their healing and recovery. CAP services are free. For more information or to make 
a referral contact Paula Callen, 313-577-7969   Email: dr2019@wayne.edu

Sisters Against Abuse Society (SAAS)
22340 W. Seven Mile 
Detroit, MI 48219
Phone: 313-693-9322       248-403-3100
Email: preventionsister22@yahoo.com
Website: https://www.saasinthecity.org
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Domestic Violence Department
Phone: 248-525-3448
Email: bksaas@yahoo.com
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Sexual Assault Department
Phone: 248-525-3447
Email: dhsaas@yahoo.com
Assists victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence within the Black and African American
Diaspora. Services include: Individual and group counseling, legal advocacy, direct services, clergy
training, case management and multidisciplinary partnerships

YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit
985 E. Jefferson Ave.  Suite 101
Detroit, MI  48207
Phone: 313-259-9922
Email: ywca@ywcadetroit.org
Website: http://www.ywcadetroit.org
YWCA Interim House, a program of the YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit, first opened its doors 
in 1979, becoming one of the first and largest shelters in MI.
Offers the following: 
1.  24-hour crisis help line services 
2.  Emergency temporary shelter
3.  Food and clothing
4.  Individual, family and children and group counseling
5.  Residential and non-residential support groups; case management
6.  Legal advocacy referrals
7.  Sexual assault advocacy referrals 
8.  Childcare services 
9.  Transportation and many other community referrals (legal, financial 
      assistance, medical services and transitional & permanent housing) 
Many referrals have qualification guidelines. These services are offered in a 67-bed facility 
to women and children survivors in a safe, comfortable and supportive environment. The 
average length of stay ranges from 30 to 60 days with varying circumstances.The YWCA 
Interim House’s Mission is to empower survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault 
by helping them to realize the ability to control their lives.The YWCA Interim House’s goal 
is to help every woman and child recover from the effects of domestic violence and sexual 
assault by providing safety options for building healthy relationships.
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Personal Protection Orders 
As part of a collaborative agreement between the City of Detroit Police Department (DPD) – 
2nd and 4th Precincts, and the Wayne County Prosecutors’ Office, a YWCA victim advocates 
is located in each precinct to provide assistance with personal protection orders PPO) and 
court issues.
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Victim advocates provide assistance with PPO filings, court accompaniment, safety planning 
options, efforts to hold perpetrators accountable for their crimes, increase survivor’s under-
standing and knowledge of the criminal justice system, provide victim advocacy, outreach 
and supportive services, improve efforts to elevate victim/survivor confidence and to ensure victims/survivors that the community cares.
For more information or assistance with PPO’s or court issues:
Please call the 2nd Precinct at 313-596-5296, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. 
M,W,F (days may alternate) 
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4th Precinct at 313-596-5354, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday

The Detroit Police Victim’s Assistance Program 
4707 St. Antoine  Suite M-167 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-833-1660
Website: https://detroitmi.gov/departments/police-department/victims-assistance
Sexual Assault:
If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, help is available. The Victim’s 
Assistance Center provides FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL individual and group counseling. 
Our services are completely free of charge and Our staff of Licensed Social Workers are 
bound by State of Michigan, Board of Social Work requirements for confidentiality. Victim’s 
Assistance Center staff respond to sexual assaults reported to Detroit Police Sex Crimes 
and Detroit Receiving Hospital.
Domestic Violence:
Domestic Violence, also called “intimate partner abuse,” refers to physical, sexual, psych-
ological and economic abuse or control that takes place within an intimate relationship, 
including marriage. 
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS A CRIME!
Individual and Group counseling and support is available.
1. Learn how domestic violence affects children 
2. How to establish a safety plan 
3. How to identify Domestic Violence warning signs, and much more
Homicide: 
The unlawful killing of one human by another, produces deep and bitter grief 
for the surviving loved ones or secondary victims.
Understand this, the Victim’s Assistance Center provides:
1. Grief and Loss, Individual and Group, Counseling 
2. Community Debriefing/Response 
3. Assistance with Victim Compensation Claims 
4. Advocacy and Information 
5. Support during the Criminal Justice Process

First Step Western Wayne County Project on Domestic and Sexual Violence  
Administrative & Survivor Services:
44567 Pinetree Dr.  
Plymouth, MI   48170
Phone: 734-416-1111    24 Hour Help Line: 734-722-6800
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Survivor Services at Karen Wilson Smithbauer Center
4400 Venoy
Wayne, MI   48184
Phone: 734-722-1772
Website: http://www.firststep-mi.org

CHASS Community Health & Social Service Center 
Administrative Office: 
5635 W. Fort 
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-849-3920
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SOUTHWEST CENTER
5635 West Fort       All services are provided in English and Spanish
Detroit, MI  48209
Phone: 313-849-3920
LA VIDA Partnership, a community program of CHASS Center, is a domestic violence 
and sexual assault intervention and prevention program that provides linguistically &
culturally appropriate services and resources targeted to Latino/a youth and families 
in SW Detroit and SE MI.
LA VIDA provides the following services: 
Support Groups: 
Groups take place weekly and are available for women in Spanish, both at CHASS 
Center and local community agencies.
Counseling: 
Short-term counseling is available for women and youth for both Spanish and 
English speakers.
Legal Advocacy/Court Accompaniment: 
LA VIDA staff provides assistance in navigating the legal process for survivors 
of intimate partner violence and sexual assault 
Safety Planning: 
We work with survivors of dating violence, domestic violence and sexual assault 
to develop a plan that addresses complex safety needs and concerns 
Financial Empowerment: 
LA VIDA offers classes focusing on signs of financial abuse and building financial
 literacy and the skills to become financially independent
School-based Prevention:
Services are provided to local schools and organizations targeting children and 
adolescents to prevent dating violence and promote healthy relationships
Youth Services: 
A range of youth services are provided including counseling for direct victims 
of dating violence & sexual assault and youth exposed to domestic violence, 
both at CHASS and on-site at local schools
Community Education: 
Education and awareness-building efforts to help inform the community of 
our services and work to reduce intimate partner violence and sexual assault 
in Southwest Detroit
Training: 
LA VIDA offers training to agency-based service providers, schools, law 
enforcement, court staff and clergy

THE ANGEL HOUSE 
26150 Five Mile  Suite 33
Livonia, MI  48154
Phone: 313-694-3093
Email: You must complete a application before going through our intake.
To request a application contact us at: karenrlewis@theangelhouse.org
Website: https://theangelhouse.org
We are working at bringing awareness to domestic violence / sexual assault. 
As of now ,The Angel House helps victims to relocate to other states for safety. 
We are connected with 12 other states that we are working with to help women 
victims and their children start a fresh new life.

SASHA  (Sexual Assault Services for 
Holistic Healing and Awareness)
SASHA Center
P.O. Box 2118
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 888-865-7055
Email: info@sashacenter.org
Website: http://www.sashacenter.org/index.html 
The SASHA CENTER support group program has four components. Each support 
group series will be lead and facilitated by a Licensed Clinical Master Level Social 
Worker and/or co-facilitated by a trained survivor of sexual assault. Survivors can 
contact the agency for consideration to participate in groups and the Center will 
also take referrals from courts, schools, agencies, organizations, police, private 
practitioners, and community members. 
ALL GROUPS are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL!

Uniting Three Fires Against Violence
Phone: 906-253-9775
Michigan's Native American domestic violence and sexual assault coalition. 
Provides technical assistance to tribal advocacy programs. 

Zaman International-Hope for Humanity
26091 Trowbridge 
Inkster, MI  48141
Phone: 313-429-1245
Website: www.zamaninternational.org 
Case Management Program provides emergency relief to stabilize marginalized low-
income women and children suffering from abandonment, abuse, disability, divorce, 
grief, resettlement or terminal illness. 

Perfecting Community Development Corporation
Amelia Agnes Home for Women & Children 
Macomb County Shelter
7616 E. Nevada 
Detroit, MI  48234
Phone: 586-323-7066  313-365-2273
Email: information@perfectingcommunity.org
Website: https://perfectingcdc.org
THE AMELIA AGNES TRANSITIONAL HOME FOR WOMEN’s mission is to provide 
quality housing and support services to women and children while assisting them 
with becoming self-sufficient by identifying their own strengths and solutions through: 
Serves Oakland, Wayne & Macomb Counties. 
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The Amelia Agnes Transitional Home is our homeless shelter program where women 
and children can begin again with dignity and respect. The program provides each 
family with a private suite and support services in efforts to assist them with becom-
ing self-sufficient. Residents learn to combat homelessness while improving decision-
making and problem solving skills along with eliminating barriers hindering educational 
and economic growth while gaining intervention tools for life restoration. 

W.R.I.P. Resource Center
62 Massachusetts 
Highland Park, MI  48203
Phone: 313-646-6577
Website: www.wripresourcecenter.org
W.R.I.P.- Resource Center prepare women to become economically independent and 
accomplish employment achievement, educational goals & also to make healthy life 
choices. W.R.I.P.- Resource Center meets clients where they are in their lives and coach 
them how to improve their situation in a non-threatening and nonjudgmental environment. 
Services: 

Common Ground - Victim Assistance Program: We assist with victims of ANY crime by providing crisis 
intervention,emotional support, PPO’s and accompaniment to law enforcement and hospitals, etc. We 
also provide support to secondary victims as well. We have three support groups that will be starting 
virtually - Survivor of Homicide, Domestic Violence, and Growth and Healing- Teen sexual assault group. 
All services are free! Please contact our 24/hr crisis line for more information at 1-800-231-1127.


LENAWEE COUNTY

Catherine Cobb Family Counseling & Children's Services
Administrative Office:
220 N. Main 
Adrian, MI  49221
Phone: 517-265-5352
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Catherine Cobb Safe House:
Phone: 517-265-6776   800-874-5936 Toll-Free
Website:  https://www.fccsoflenawee.org
The Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program provides services
to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 
Services provided include: crisis intervention with a 24-hour hotline, emergency housing, 
and support groups for both domestic violence and sexual assault victims. Program Ad-
vocates assist clients with financial, legal, and housing issues. 
The program's goals are to: provide safety and support during the transitional phase 
for families whose lives have been shattered by domestic violence and sexual assault. 
Domestic violence and sexual assault prevention education is provided to groups and 
organizations to help stop the cycle of violence.

Elder Abuse & Late Life Domestic Violence    
Region 2 Area Agency on Aging
8363 West US 12
Onsted, MI  49265
Phone: 800-335-7881   517-467-2204
Website: www.r2aaa.net
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Hillsdale County Shelter:  
Domestic Harmony   517-439-1454
Hillsdale County Senior Services Center   
Phone: 800-479-3348
Adult Protective Services   517-439-2200
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Jackson County Aware Shelter:   517-783-2861
Jackson County Dept. on Aging   517-788-4364
Adult Protective Services    517-780-7600
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Lenawee County Catherine Cobb Domestic Violence Shelter  
Phone: 517-265-6776    See above! 
Lenawee County Dept. on Aging   517-264-6428
Adult Protective Services    517-264-6428
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Safe Haven
The Safe Haven program provides a community-based, non-institutional option for 
older adults seeking to leave an abusive or neglectful home situation. Participants 
who are referred to the program are connected with local temporary housing options. 
Utilizing a person-centered approach, our social workers, along with other community 
partners, assist program participants to secure a long-term housing option.

MACOMB COUNTY

Turning Point, Inc.
Administrative Office: 
PO Box 1123
Mount Clemens, MI  48046
Phone:  586-463-4430  ext. 222   
24 hour crisis line  586-463-6990  
Business and Counseling
Phone: 586-463-4430
Personal Protection Orders
Phone: 586-469-7494
Forensic Nurse Examiners
Phone: 586-792-0051
Website: https://turningpointmacomb.org
Services Offered: 

Touching Heart
PO Box 923
Mt. Clemens, MI  48046
Phone:  586-738-0891
Email:  info@touchingheart.org
Website:  www.touchingheart.org
Our overall goal is to change the pattern of abuse in the lives of women and children.
Touching Heart's commitment to providing a comprehensive, centralized base of sup-
port for women and children is evident by the programs and services provided for the 
women and children who seek our assistance.
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Destiny & Purpose Women’s Resource Center:
The purpose of this center is to give women a one-stop resource place where renewing 
of their minds and spirits becomes possible as soon as they walk through the doors. 
The center will have a private library, child care area, computer lab, workshop and con-
ference rooms, day rooms, and an education center. 
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Residential Program- The Brooks J. Young Home:
Operated in a confidential location of Macomb County, our residential program is a two 
year transitional home with the ability to accommodate 21 domestic violence survivors 
and homeless women 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Residents receive food, clothing 
and medical assistance to address their physical needs. Additionally, individual & group 
counseling, crisis intervention, domestic violence education, legal and social services 
advocacy are provided to address their emotional needs.
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Touching Heart’s Children’s Program provides children of all ages a safe, nurturing atmo-
sphere where they are offered individual counseling to raise self-esteem and educational 
group services that focus on prevention and intervention of family violence. Additionally, 
mothers receive family counseling promoting positive and effective parenting skills. 
Children may attend local public schools while in residence.


MONROE COUNTY

Family Counseling & Shelter Services                           
14930 LaPlaisance   Suite 106
Monroe, MI  48161 
Phone: 734-241-0180      24 hour hotline: 734-242-7233 
Website: http://www.fcssmc.org/index.php 
Our focus is on family preservation, and on assuring access to all those in need regardless
of financial circumstances or location. Our counseling and Sup-port Center in the Harwood 
Plaza provides professional counseling, therapeutic visitation, play therapy, domestic vio-
lence prevention and intervention, and support groups. 
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Sunrise House Domestic Violence Shelter
Phone: 734-242-7233 (24 Hours)
Our Sunrise House provides a safe haven for domestic violence survivors and their children, 
and the services essential to recovery, and to empowerment and independence.


OAKLAND COUNTY

Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron 
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-334-2187  #1123 
Email:  info@gracecentersofhope.org
Website: https://www.gracecentersofhope.org/about-us
Eligibility for Emergency Shelter or Life Skills Program: 
In the event you are not eligible for our programs or we have reached our capacity, 
we will strive to find programming suitable for your needs.

YWCA of Greater Flint / SAFE House
801 S. Saginaw 
Flint, MI  48501
Phone: 810-238-7621  #351   24 hour Crisis Line  810-238-7233
Email: info@ywcaflint.org 
Website: www.ywcaflint.org
The YWCA Safehouse provides FREE safe, emergency shelter and supportive services 
to survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault and their minor children.
CRISIS COUNSELING 
Counselors provide tools to empower survivors to increase their safety and lead lives 
free from violence. Support groups provide a safe place to learn & grow with others who 
have gone through similar situations.
VICTIM ADVOCACY
We provide information about the criminal justice system, provide court support, assist 
with filing personal protection orders & work with local police jurisdictions who receive 
domestic violence & sexual assault complaints. Our advocates are also embedded in the 
Flint Police Department, as well as circuit and district court, working alongside our part-
ners to provide services to victims.
SAFEHOUSE SHELTER
Since 1980, our 32 bed facility has provided safe, emergency shelter for victims and children 
who are homeless as a result of abusive situations. Residents receive support services such 
as counseling and advocacy, as well as assistance with finding permanent housing. 
SAFE CENTER
In 2017, we began offering free rape examinations on site with 24-hour access to specially 
trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners  (SANE).
CRISIS LINE  810-238-SAFE
The 24/7 crisis line offers trained staff who are available to respond to victims, answer 
questions, provide information & referrals, and assist with the intake process for Safe
House for those in need of shelter.
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE TEAM (SART)
Multi-disciplinary group representing law enforcement, hospitals, and service providers 
who work collaboratively to ensure coordinated response and support for sexual assault 
victims in Genesee County.

HAVEN 
Mailing Address:
801 Vanguard Dr.
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-334-1284    TTY LINE 248-972-2540
24 hour Crisis & Support  877-922-1274   
Website: https://www.haven-oakland.org 
HAVEN was founded in 1975 as the first and only sexual assault counseling center in Oakland 
County. In 1977, HAVEN broadened its services to include domestic violence counseling.Today,
 all of the programs at HAVEN provide specialized, comprehensive services in the areas of do-
mestic violence and sexual assault. By serving the community through a series of innovative intervention, treatment, prevention and education programs, HAVEN can help individuals and 
families through all stages of crisis and help work toward our goal of eliminating domestic vio-
lence and sexual assault. 
Most important, all services are offered free of charge.

Common Ground Crisis Resource Center 
1200 N.Telegraph  Bldg #32E
Pontiac, MI  48341
Phone: 248-451-2600 / 800-231-1127  Crisis Line 
Website:  www.commongroundhelps.org 
Services Offered: 
Victim Assistance Program
Common Ground provides 24-hour access to counselors and advocates for victims of 
crime, domestic and sexual abuse, and workplace violence. We offer on-site advocacy, 
death notification, personal protection order assistance, and accompaniment of victims 
to hospitals, police stations, and court rooms. To learn more, call 1-248-451-2600.
Legal Clinic
Twice weekly, our unique team of volunteer attorneys and crisis counselors offers per-
sonalized legal advice combined with emotional support, free of cost.
Growth & Healing Support Group
This free 10-week empowerment group is for girls who have experienced sexual abuse, 
date rape, or incest. This group usually meets on Mondays. 
To register or learn more, call 1-248-451-2621.

Centro Multicultural LaFamila
35 W. Huron    Suite #100
Pontiac, MI  48342
Phone:  248-858-7800
Website:  https://www.centromulticultural.org
We offer a culturally sensitive, Spanish language program to help victims of abuse. 
It provides individual advocacy-based counseling and a support group for victims 
of abuse in the areas of domestic violence, sexual assault, physical assault, hate 
crimes, bullying, teen dating violence, child abuse and human trafficking.
Some of the services provided at this time include:
Support group Las Rosas  
This is a support group for women who have been victims of abuse. It gives them 
an opportunity to share their experiences and learn new skills and independence.
Referrals to services at HAVEN and linkages with their shelter
Interpretation and translation in accessing community resources
Referrals to legal services when needed, especially those needing to apply for 
immigrant visas. Assistance with applications for Victims of Crime Compensation 
and education about their rights as victims of crime


WASHTENAW COUNTY

Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County
CSSW Main Building:
4925 Packard 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108
Phone: 734-971-9781
Website: https://csswashtenaw.org/bhs/ada
ADA is a program that specializes in working with men to stop their use of abuse or 
battering. We offer services on a non-denominational basis. This website serves as 
a resource for a variety of people affected by violence in different ways. Please look 
at the links below for the category that best suits your needs to get started. Costs are 
on a sliding scale.

SafeHouse Center
4100 Clark 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-973-0242 / Crisis: 734-995-5444
Email: info@safehousecenter.org 
Website: www.safehousecenter.org
SafeHouse Center provides support for those impacted by domestic violence or sexual 
assault. SafeHouse provides free and confidential services for any person victimized 
that lives or works in Washtenaw County. Our services include emergency shelter for 
those in danger of being hurt or killed, counseling, legal advocacy, support groups, 
and especially, hope.

University of Michigan Sexual Assault Prevention & Awareness Center
Michigan Union Ground Floor  
Cambridge House 1551 / West Quad
541 Thompson 
Ann Arbor, MI   48109-1308
Phone:  734-764-7771   734-936-3333 Crisis Line 
Email:  https://sapac.umich.edu
Website: https://sapac.umich.edu
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC) provides free &
confidential crisis intervention, advocacy, and support for survivors of sexual 
assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and sexual harassment who are 
University of Michigan students, faculty and staff.

Jewish Family Services of Metro Detroit 
6555 W Maple 
W. Bloomfield Township, MI  48322
Phone: 248-592-2300
&
Graham & Sally Orley and Joseph & Suzanne Orley Building
6555 W. Maple 
W. Bloomfield, MI 48322
&
Crown Pointe Office Center
25900 Greenfield   Suite 405
Oak Park, MI  48237
Email: resourcecenter@jfsdetroit.org
Website: https://www.jfsdetroit.org/find-help/safety-net/abuse
We offer counseling and education with a goal toward empowering individuals 
to create safety in their interpersonal relationships through services such as:


MORE RESOURCES!

Faith/Trust Institute
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Please also check under 
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FREE legal help!


Give Back A Smile (GBAS) Program
402 W. Wilson 
Madison, WI  53703
Phone:  608-222-8583 / 800-543-9220
Website: https://aacd.com
A program of the National Humanitarian 
Project of the American Academy of 
Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and the 
AACO Charitable Foundation for domestic
& sexual abuse victims. Injuries to the 
front teeth and or supportive structures 
of the front teeth can receive complete construction & cosmetic & reconstructive 
dental care. 


Face-To-Face
310 S. Henry
Alexandria, VA  22314
Phone: 703-299-9291 
Website: https://www.aafprs.org
Project of Educational Research Foundation 
for the Association of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (AAFRS). Provides facial, neck & head reconstruction & plastic 
surgery to repair injuries caused by domestic 
or sexual abuse.



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