COVID-19: Our Services & Resources
Due to the pandemic, we are meeting in person by appointment only. You can schedule an appointment by calling our 24/7 Hotline or by contacting us on social media, or our chatline . This could change as the Covid-19 situation develops. We will continue to provide all of our usual services. If you are looking for additional resources, or have any questions, please call the hotline for immediate support!
- Our free, confidential 24/7 hotline is still available to survivors and their support systems, with interpreters available for non-English speakers. We can provide emotional support, safety planning, referrals, and other forms of remote advocacy. If phone calls are not safe for you, we also monitor our email, Facebook, and Instagram messages. Stay tuned for a chatline, to be launched on the website soon. For more details about contacting us safely, visit our Get Help page.
- We are not currently accepting new residents at Laurie’s House– but we are still housing survivors in hotels, when possible. And we are always available to safety plan with survivors who are not able to move into emergency housing at this time.
- Franklin & Grand Isle Counties are still accepting Relief From Abuse petitions (restraining orders). You can attend hearings in-person (masks are mandatory) OR call in remotely– for more information about court proceedings during the pandemic, go here.
Supervised visitations are currently happening in person at All About Kids. Masks are required for all visits and exchanges, and temperatures are taken at the door. If you would like to schedule an intake or have any questions, please call (802) 370-2851.
- We are not currently accepting donations of used items, but we are accepting new items. For a list of shelter needs, go here.
- We are currently unable to accommodate drop-ins– but we are making modifications to our space so that it is safe once they resume.
Outreach & Education
- We are offering our Crossroads support group, in person, to adult survivors of sexual and domestic violence. We are also offering an in person group to LGBTQ+ youth. You can find information about current groups on our facebook page. Our educator is also available to do workshops and trainings for staff and/or students. If you are interested in our support groups, or bringing education to your community, call the hotline or reach out online.
Voices 24 Hour Hotline
Domestic Violence Hotline
Sexual Violence Hotline