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CAPITAL AREA FAMILY CAPITAL AREA FAMILY VIOLENCE INTERVENTION VIOLENCE INTERVENTION CENTER, INC. CENTER, INC. Dynamics of Domestic Violence
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Homework Visit CAFVIC website www.stopdv.org Like us on Facebook Capital Area Family Violence Intervention Center, Inc.
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Semester Projects Project days at Shelter (September & November) Making Meals- will have to sign up in advance. Need to call 1-2 days before to get a count and to let us know what you are going to bring. Table during DV Awareness Month (October) Attend Take Back The Night event on October 23 rd @ Memorial Tower Other?
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Agency Information
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MISSION STATEMENT provide services to victims educate the community work to eliminate societal attitudes/beliefs that support violence
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Service Area 1 of 20 domestic violence programs in La. 7 Core parishes EBR WBR ASC IB PC EF WF
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Services All services are free and Confidential. You will have to sign our confidentiality pledge each time you come to the shelter.
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Program components Direct Services Nonresidential services Residential services Legal Services Education & Volunteer Administration
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Nonresidential Services 24 hour hotline Support group & office visit cnslg. Advocacy Shelter placement Financial/transportation assistance Outreach offices
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Initial Contact: The Hotline All BWP services start here Available 24-7 office hours: paid staff evenings & weekends: trained volunteers w/staff back-up Access local number (389-3001) toll free number (1-888-441-1333 )
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NON-RESIDENTIAL FAQs: Do you work with women who have been out of the abusive relationship for a while? Yes! Do you work with women who haven’t left? Yes! Do you provide services to battered men? Yes, after careful assessment ? ?
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Residential Services temporary emergency housing for battered women & their children currently 60 bed spaces can stay 6 weeks can return when necessary
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Residential Program: Services for women & children in the shelter Individual counseling/safety planning Advocacy/support groups Children’s services Emergency transportation Financial assistance Referrals
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Residential Children’s Program Services on-site day care after school program “Kid Zone” assessment, referral, advocacy moms’ groups kids’ groups tutoring program
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Shelter Program FAQs: Shelter Program FAQs: Do you shelter battered men?
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