Our resources include emergency hotlines, shelters/transition homes, and local service providers who are trained in and take a trauma-informed approach in care.
1-855-VOICES4 (Michigan Statewide Hotline, 24/7)
1.800.656.HOPE (4673) (RAINN-National Sexual Assault Hotline)
Suicide Prevention & Crisis Support
The 24-hour HELP-Line (269-381-HELP or 269-381-4357)
MI Report Abuse & Neglect (Child & Adult)
Report Human Trafficking
1-888-373-7888 OR TEXT TO 233733
If you are in the Kalamazoo, Michigan area:
Contact the YWCA: 269-3345-5595
Kalamazoo Public Safety: 269-337-8120 Ask for Officer Ryan Shank
Kalamazoo Sheriff’s Office: 269-383-8821 Ask for Detective Sargent April Barfoot
Gospel-centered, grace-driven counseling and discipleship for women wounded by their past. By utilizing Healing Hearts Bible studies, Heart Sisters Founder, Suzanne, who is a certified counselor, will guide you through discovering how God’s Word offers hope and healing from life’s hurts, traumas, difficulties, and challenges, including addiction, sexual abuse, domestic violence, abortion, rape, depression, anxiety, catastrophic loss etc. "God used Healing Hearts to save my life, to help me no longer walk in darkness, but to walk in the light, and to now shine His light in this dark world. Through this ministry, I have seen lives changed and relationships restored over and over and over again. What He has done for me, He can do for anyone, should they allow Him to. Everything you need, God has." For more information, please contact Suzanne through this website.
Includes The ARK (shelter & services for youth), Caring Network (services for pregnant and parenting teens and women and their families), and Bridges Mental Health Counseling (free mental health counseling to individuals, youth, couples, and families with a variety of needs).
269-686-7111 (Allegan, MI)
616-396-5840 (Holland, MI)
Equine Therapy / Personal Development & Growth
Confidential, non-judgmental crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy to support abused women, men, and survivors of sexual assault. Victim Services houses the Domestic Assault Program, Sexual Assault Program, Anti-Trafficking Program and the Transitional/Permanent Housing Program. Victim Services’ programs are free to the community and available to anyone who seeks their assistance.
The Ark provides a variety of services to runaway, throwaway, and homeless youth in crisis as well as their families.
A home for adult women transitioning out of prostitution or sex trafficking.
Includes domestic violence emergency shelter, support groups, children's programming, case management, education, etc.
Transition home - Facilitating positive life change for previously incarcerated women.
Manasseh Project runs a home for girls ages 13-18 coming out of sex trafficking.
Treatment Centers (Addictions, Trauma, Mental Health, etc.)
Helping children, families, and adults heal from the trauma of abuse, addiction, and mental and behavioral health disorders.
Evidence-based, integrated treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders through clinical services, education and research.