Victims of Violence or Abuse

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Victims of Violence or Abuse

If you or someone you know has experienced emotional, verbal, physical, or sexual abuse in a present or past relationship, please consider getting help. Individual counseling is available for FREE for Kansans who have experienced domestic violence or some form of abuse. 

WARNING: An abuser may monitor the websites you visit.  Please read these tips on Internet Safety on the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website.

Examples of topics that may be addressed include: * Understanding Dynamics of Domestic Violence * Warning signs of an abusive relationship * Obtaining Resources and Support * Safety Planning Resources

To make an appointment, please call 913-742- HELP (4357). Services are available to both adults and children, and are also available in Spanish by calling 913-573-1110.


Local Domestic Violence Shelters
  • Hope House, 816.461.4673 
  • Rose Brooks, 816.861.6100
  • Safe Home, 913.262.2868
  • Safe Haven, 816.452.0245
  • Newhouse 816.471.5800
  • Joyce Williams, 913.321.0951

Crisis Hotlines

  • The Kansas City DV Crisis Hotline is metro wide: 816.468.5463
  • The Kansas City Youth Crisis Line is 816.741.8701
  • The contact information for MOCSA (Sexual Assault specialists) is 816.531.0233

This grant project is funded or partially funded by the Federal Victims of Crime Act as administered by Kansas Governor's Grants Program. The opinions, findings and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication, program or exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of the Kansas Governor or the U.S. Department of Justice.



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