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Services

Each survivor of intimate partner violence is on an individual journey to healing and independence. For some, just having access to a compassionate ear can make a world of difference. Our Advocates become your partners in this journey. They help you develop a plan of action that is right for you. You choose the services that support you in accomplishing your goals. Our team and partner agencies work together to provide a complete menu of services designed to help move you and your family toward a life of self-sufficiency, safety, and overall well-being.

They (Coburn Place staff) let you be a woman – no pressure – you can make your own decisions; we have so much on our minds all the time, and everyone here understands that.

~Darla, Coburn Place Resident

Supportive Services (available to any survivor)

ADULT SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • Individual advocacy and case management
  • individual and family therapy (provided to residential clients or by referral)
  • support groups
  • criminal justice/court advocacy
  • victim compensation fund assistance
  • address confidentiality assistance
  • HopeLine cellphone assistance
  • financial literacy and economic empowerment curricula
  • housing advocacy and education
  • permanent housing placement and referrals
  • GED tutoring and education advancement
  • health/wellness education
  • healthy relationship classes/groups
  • pre-arranged childcare for appointments/services
  • budget-stretching direct aid (as available) for food, medical, and transportation assistance
  • employment/career readiness
  • substance abuse prevention/treatment referrals

CHILDREN’S AGE-APPROPRIATE SERVICES INCULDE:

  • Indoor and outdoor play/development spaces
  • Individual advocacy and case management
  • individual and family therapy (provided to residential clients or by referral)
  • support groups
  • financial literacy and economic empowerment curricula
  • homework help and tutoring
  • literacy
  • GED tutoring and education advancement
  • computer lab
  • health/wellness education and activities
  • healthy relationship classes/groups
  • anti-bullying programs
  • personal safety
  • field trips
  • after-school programs and school break camps
  • civic engagement and philanthropic activities
  • employment/career readiness
  • substance abuse prevention/treatment referrals

INCOME-BASED SERVICES INCLUDE:

  • six to 24 months of on-site transitional housing
  • six to 12 months of community-based transitional housing
Partnership Services