Sitkans Against Family Violence (SAFV)
The Women's Program provides one-on-one counseling and advocacy, which may include: referrals, lethality assessments, safety planning, support groups, and much more.
- Counseling for you and your children
- Public/Tribal assistance
- Section 8 and Low-income housing
- Attorneys, including pro-bono and legal services
- Substance abuse treatment programs
- Childcare resources
- Parenting education and group
SAFV advocates can help you determine how dangerous or lethal your partner is. The lethality assessment asks a series of questions involving the emotional, physical, and sexual violence your partner has inflicted upon you and your children. This information can be used to help you develop a safety plan.
SAFV advocates can assist you in making a safety plan for you and your children. The plan can help you stay safe whether you are remaining in a relationship, trying to leave, or have already left your partner. The plan can include a stay at the shelter, the use of one of SAFV’s 911 cell phones, a financial plan, and much more.
Women’s Support Group: Mondays, 5pm – 8pm
Cultural, creative, informative, and supportive gatherings.
Free dinner and childcare provided onsite.