The GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project stopped providing services December 31, 2015.
In our 22 years of service provision we provided free and confidential support and services for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer survivors of domestic and sexual violence. We worked with victims and survivors to increase safety, security, and foster empowerment through direct services, education, and advocacy.
Direct Services: We supported GLBTQ victims and survivors through our 24-hour domestic violence hotline, emergency safe home, legal services, crisis intervention and safety planning, housing and employment advocacy, sexual assault case management, and ongoing supportive services.
Education: We provided presentations/workshops and ongoing technical assistance and training for community groups, service providers, and domestic violence organizations who were looking to work alongside and/or support GLBTQ survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Advocacy: We worked with city, statewide, and national officials to advocate for responsive public policy that supported the complex needs of GLBTQ victims and survivors.