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Domestic Violence Intervention Services

The DVIS mission is to rebuild lives affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy, shelter, counseling, and education.

Ages Served Served

Children – 12 and under;Adolescents – 13-17 years old;Adults – 18-60 years old;Older Adults – 60+ years old

Genders Served

Female – The crime victim identifies as female;Male – The crime victims identifies as male;Trans* – The crime victim identifies as trans*;Gender Non–binary – The crime victim identifies as gender non–binary

Crime Types Served

Child Exposed to Violence;Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner);Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner);Elder Abuse or Neglect;Harassment;Human Trafficking (Sex);Sexual Assault;Stalking

Services Provided

Batterer Education or Batterer Intervention;Counseling/Mental health/Emotional Assistance;Domestic Violence Response Services;General Support Services;Hotline/Information and Referrals;Housing (Emergency/Short-Term);Housing (Long-Term/Transitional);Legal or Justice-system Assistance;Safety Planning;Sexual Assault/Rape Crisis Response Services;Support Groups/Talking Circle;Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-direct services);Other

Provider Details

Hours of Operation: 8:30-17:00

Email: info@dvis.org

Website: http://www.dvis.org

Phone Number: 9187435763

Hotline Hours: 24/7

Additional Information

Can this organization serve minors without parental consent: Services to minors requires parental consent

Languages Spoken: All languages plus American Sign Language

Fees: Free

Does this organization have a confidentiality policy?: Yes

Is this organization tribal affiliated: No

Does this organization employee AI/AN staff: Yes

Is this organization a member of a state domestic violence or sexual assault coalition?: No

Does this organization provide traditional healing?: No

Does this organizations provide advocates to appear in tribal courts?: No

What populations are able to access services?: Everyone, including non-AI/AN populations

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