We are not accepting new clients at this time.

Please reach out to these agencies for wraparound services and support.

Casa Luz
PO Box 84, Cordova, TN 38088
(901) 500-8214
Access to civil and criminal cases in courts to include filing orders of protection, family and immigration attorneys available free of charge, weekly support groups in Spanish, free and confidential sessions with bilingual/bicultural counselors, access to information and referrals

Family Safety Center
1750 Madison Suite 600
Advocacy, referrals emergency housing, legal assistance, Order of Protection (intimate partners), safety planning, spiritual support, LGBTQ resources, and support groups

Crime Victim & Rape Crisis Center
1060 Madison Avenue
901-222-3950 & 24-hr Sexual Assault Hotline (901) 222-4350
Comprehensive advocacy services, referrals, counseling, and resources to victims of crime; assistance with filing Order of Protection (non-intimate partners), legal services, and bilingual services available 24/7/365 forensic medical exams for victims of sexual violence; specialized services for seniors and homicide survivors; support groups for gunshot victims and Latinx victims of violent crime.

Hope House
23 S. Idlewild St.
901-272-2702 ext. 222
Mental health, advocacy, education, therapeutic victim support groups, individual counseling services for IPV and other traumas. ***Must have Ryan White card to receive services.***

Love Doesn’t Hurt
Emergency Housing, Food, Basic Need Items, and Educational Sessions for victims of crime in the LGBTQ+ Community


The Athena Project
Department of Psychology, University of Memphis
Provides free, confidential mental health assessments for women aged 18 and older who have experienced intimate partner violence. Treatment for women survivors with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder stemming from IPV is also provided. If our treatment services are not a good match, we will help you find the type of therapy that is the best match for you. Open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 7 pm. Free parking available. Contact Dr. Gayle Beck.

The Memphis Shield Project
Helps victims obtain orders of protection and file with clerk of court, provides day of court advocacy, provides mobile services. Contact Jerica Burgette, Jessie Honore or Virginia Walker

Tennessee Correctional Services-Memphis
156 Court Avenue
(901) 505-2890 or (901) 487-8912
Court liaisons in Division 10 providing court ordered domestic violence classes to include Batterers Intervention Program (BIP), Anger Management and Parenting.
Contact Wilbert Hill or Linda Wherry

Walking Into A New Life Inc.
PO Box 1163, Memphis, TN 38101
Provide community education, advocacy, and tangible resources to individuals who have been impacted by domestic violence.

Advocacy services, referrals, emergency housing, safety planning, bilingual services, and career training


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