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    • About Us -   Agency Description Domestic Violence Project, Inc., a private, non-profit organization established in 1978, provides safe shelter, legal advocacy, counseling, prevention and educational services for victims, their children and the communit
    • Services - DVPI Services   Emergency Shelters We offer free housing on an emergency 24-hours daily basis to victims of domestic violence and their children. During a stay at the shelter, counseling, legal advocacy and case management services are provid
    • Prevention and Education Tools - Re-think Rape Educational Video Please watch this video to learn more about re-thinking who we target in the effort to prevent rape and sexual assault. Instead of blaming victims and relying on victims to prevent rape, we should re-think prevention
    • Helpful Links - Helpful Links *DVPI has no relationship with these companies, organizations, or web sites and does not make a judgement of whether their information or services are good or helpful. We provide these links for your information. State
    • FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions 1.  What is domestic violence?Domestic violence can consist of many forms of abuse which include: verbal abuse emotional abuse physical abuse sexual abuse financial abuse environmental abuse 2.  If
    • Do I Need Help? - UNDERSTANDING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ARE YOU IN AN ABUSIVE AND POTENTIALLY VIOLENT RELATIONSHIP? Answering the following questions will help the person already in a relationship in determining if it is an abusive one or becoming abusive.  Red
    • Safety Planning - SAFETY PLAN FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC   VIOLENCE Not all of the points on this safety plan will apply to your situation.  Choose the suggestions that make sense for you. GENERAL SAFETY PLAN Identify ways to get out of your home safe
    • Donations -   Donate Today!   Emergency News Flash:  We would appreciate food donations now!  If you or your organization could deliver a collection of food this month, our shelters will be using it immediately! Click Here to Do
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    • Volunteering - Volunteers are the Heart of Our Organization What can I do? You can make a difference in our community and in the lives of others by sharing your time and talents. As a volunteer with Domestic Violence Project, your help supports the goals of the
    • Contact - Contact Us at 330-453-SAFE (7233) now if you need help, if you have questions or need more information!
    • News - ·         October, 2013: The Mary Kay Foundation has awarded Domestic Violence Project, Inc., a $20,000 grant as part of the Foundation's annual $3 million national domestic violence grant program. They have gi
    • Employment - DVP, Inc. has the following positions open at this time:   Residential Advocate:   Domestic Violence Project, Inc. is seeking part-time staff to manage  residential facility during evening, midnight, weekend, and holid

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