Someone I Know Needs Help

  • If someone close to you states that they have been victimized by domestic violence, rape, or sexual abuse, the most important thing is to believe them. ?Abuse of any kind is never the victim?s fault.
  • You may wish to share information about Women?s Crisis Center programs and services by passing along our 24-Hour Crisis Line Number.
  • If you are a secondary survivor?someone close to a survivor of domestic violence, rape, or sexual abuse?you, too, may benefit from Women?s Crisis Center support. Reach out to us on our 24-Hour Crisis Line to discuss next steps.


Click HERE for the KCADV Mandatory Referral

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