All of New Beginnings' services are free and confidential.



24-Hour Crisis Line

New Beginnings staffs a support line available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Advocates offer confidential, non-judgmental crisis intervention, support, and information about options and services available.  You don’t have to be in crisis to call!

24-Hour Domestic Violence Line: 1.866.644.3574

24-Hour Sexual Assault Line: 1.800.277.5570

24-Hour Accompaniment 

Advocates are available 24/7 to accompany victims seeking support to the hospital and police department.

Emergency Assistance

New Beginnings may provide emergency food, clothing and other necessities to victims of domestic, sexual and stalking violence.

1 to 1 Peer Support

Advocates are available at our office to meet one-to-one, providing support and options. New Beginnings honors each individual’s life experience, encourages them to find answers in their own time, and allows the individual to set the pacing, frequency, and direction of these meetings.

Support Groups

We offer a variety of support groups for children, teens, and adults on an ongoing basis for those whose lives have been affected by domestic or sexual violence. We are always working to meet community needs and groups can be customized.

Emergency Shelter

We provide emergency shelter to fleeing victims who are in need of temporary housing. Emergency transportation to the shelter may be provided as well.



Court Advocacy

Advocates trained in court advocacy offer support and assistance in obtaining protective orders and navigating the family court system.

Systems Advocacy

New Beginnings hopes to improve systemic responses to domestic, sexual, and stalking violence through participation in projects, task forces, committees, and other collaborative efforts. This also includes supporting victim/survivors by connecting them to and networking with agencies that will help in rebuilding their lives.

Educational & Outreach Programs

Programming is provided at no cost to schools, community groups, social service agencies, hospital personnel, law enforcement, and others interested in learning about domestic and sexual violence.