RESPOND provides a range of support services and educational programs to thousands of survivors of domestic violence each year including adults, children and teens (of all gender identities) regardless of race, religion, age or other characteristic. RESPOND staff work with survivors of domestic violence to address their immediate and long-term needs, providing emotional support, counseling, financial resources, information and referrals. Through RESPOND’s programs, individuals and families in crisis develop the concrete tools necessary to regain control of their own lives—from parenting skills and housing search to financial literacy, and the hands-on experience of advocating for themselves. Services are free, confidential and currently offered in multiple languages.
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