The Laurel Center continues to offer services and support amid pandemic
The Laurel Center Intervention for Domestic & Sexual Violence is continuing to provide support to community members during the COVID-19 crisis.
The organization is offering the following services: emergency shelter, psychoeducational counseling, violence prevention programming, therapy, safety planning, hospital crisis response, a rapid re-housing program, legal advocacy, bilingual services and the Children’s Project—which provides support services to those between the ages of 5 and 17. A 24-hour confidential crisis hotline is available by calling 540-667-6466.
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