Family Violence Prevention Program
Call 1-800-698-1247 ~ 24/7 Toll Free Hotline
Is someone you love crossing the line?
put you down
- call you names
- humiliate you
- threaten to actually hurt or do something to you
- hurt your pets
- destroy the things that are important to you
- keep you away from family and friends
- control what you do, who you see and talk to
- intimidate you by punching walls or throwing things
- slap, hit, push, hold you down, choke you, pull your hair, confine you, force you to have sex or threaten use of a weapon?
They are not loving you – they are controlling you and abusing you.
If someone you love is crossing the line, tell someone you can trust.
Call toll free 24/7 at: 1-800-698-1247
YWCA Family Violence Prevention Program offers direct supportive services to victims of domestic violence. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, please contact our 24/7 staffed emergency shelter and crisis hotline. YWCA FVPP also offers court advocacy, support groups, safety planning, monitored parent-child visitation/exchange, and children support groups, teen dating violence prevention advocacy, employability programming, batterer’s intervention/prevention programming, and free 911 cell phones. We offer transitional housing and behavior modification for women who use violence (F.O.C.U.S.).
All services are free, however, we cannot guarantee complete confidentiality or safety if you use the Internet or e-mail to contact us. Someone may be able to access or read e-mail to us or you. Please call or write if you need total secrecy.
Services of FVPP
The YWCA Family Violence Prevention Program is in great need of Gasoline Gift Card donations. FVPP also takes new and used item donations. Please click here for wish list.
Patricia Flanigan, FVPP Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Cammie Pickens, FVPP Deputy Director email@example.com
YWCA Family Violence Prevention Program is a proud member of the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The WVCADV is a statewide network of community-based domestic violence programs and statewide office working to end personal and institutional violence in the lives of women, children and men.