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Crisis Services

If you are in immediate danger dial 911.

If you have been sexually assaulted or are/have been in an abusive relationship:

We are sorry this has happened. It is not your fault. What can we do to help you?

Call 800-825-1295 or text SOSKS to 847411

to speak to an advocate – it is free and confidential.

SOS Crisis Services offers free and confidential services, including safe shelter as appropriate,
to victims of sexual and domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and human trafficking.

SOS Crisis Services provides free, safe shelter for people experiencing domestic violence who are attempting to leave an abusive relationship and who may be in danger from or because of an abuser.

Shelter is intended as a short stay to allow clients to work toward self-sufficiency. Shelter is available for all ages, genders and orientation. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Whether living in shelter, living independently, or living in an abusive relationship, SOS Crisis Services Advocates are available to assist people experiencing sexual and domestic violence, dating violence, stalking and human trafficking.

Advocates will assist with services, such as emotional and moral support, education and protection orders. Advocates will accompany clients to court hearings and to professional appointments, such as with law enforcement, prosecutors, and others.

SOS Crisis Services Advocates are well trained to assist people with Protection from Abuse and Protection from Stalking, Sexual Assault, or Human Trafficking Orders. A protection order is a civil legal process that, when ordered by a judge, can have criminal consequences for the defendant.

Persons wanting a protection order can contact SOS Crisis Services to receive personal assistance in assessing the situation. If the situation meets legal criteria, advocates can assist clients with completing the paperwork and accompanying them through the court process.

SOS Crisis Services provides prevention education to thousands of students and community members each year with a vast variety of presentations developed for preschoolers through adults. All information offered is current, research-based and often includes creative activities to engage and connect with the audience.

It is the policy of SOS, Inc. that all individuals have the right to participate in employment, programs, educational training, and all activities operated by SOS regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, religion, creed, ethnic or national origin, ancestry, age, military or veteran status, disability status, marital, parental or family status, economic status, genetic information, or political affiliation.

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