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Individual and Family Services

We provide free supportive services and education to all program participants at our community centers and shelters. Childcare and enrichment activities are provided for kids while their parent participates in services.

“I loved him, I thought he would change his ways. I realized that I cannot make a person change and no matter how much I cared for him…I care for me even more.”

Case Management

We work collaboratively with survivors to develop a case plan made to their specific needs, including planning for safety, increasing resources and improving emotional and physical well-being.

“To have the freedom to be where you choose and not be assaulted. To have a plan and to always keep in mind the steps we are taught in this program”

Individual Counseling

Survivors make connections by sharing their experiences and supporting one another in groups facilitated by Rainbow’s staff.  Support groups are available in both English and Spanish at different times during the week.

Legal Services

Our in-house legal team helps survivors address a variety of legal issues, such as family law, child custody and support, restraining/protective orders, and immigration. The team also provides court accompaniment in some cases.

“I’ve learned my rights as a woman, as a human. They’ve opened my eyes to things I couldn’t see”

Children’s Services

We provide children services that deal with the effects of abuse through counseling, arts & crafts workshops, imaginative play, and seasonal celebrations.  Our Children’s Program staff and volunteers provide homework help sessions for children in our shelters, and organize monthly or quarterly activities for kids and for the family. Parents are also supported with non-violent parenting coaching.

Coming Soon:

◦ Interventions for people who cause harm to intimate partners
◦ Support Groups for Family & Friends of Survivors

Rainbow Services is committed to helping all domestic violence survivors, regardless of gender or sexual identity, sexual orientation, number of children, citizenship status, or other issue that might limit their access to safety and assistance. All services are offered in English and Spanish, and translation/interpretation for other languages is available as needed.