The Center's victim service programs are designed to foster successful rehabilitation from violent and abusive relationships so that victims can take back control of their lives and learn to live independently, free from abuse.
Batterer Intervention Program
This program works to ensure the safety of the partners of group participants while working to end domestic abuse by creating a culture of deterrence, collaborating with the justice system and other service providers, and teaching offenders alternatives to coercive, controlling and abusive behaviors in intimate relationships.
Crisis and Referral Line
The Center For Violence Prevention has a twenty-four hour crisis and referral line to assist in immediate needs. Trained personnel will provide a wide range of references and resources. Call 800-266-4198, or 601-932-4198 in Central Mississippi.
The Center provides a home-like setting designed to assist families that are in need of a safe environment. Services are in place to help these individuals begin a productive life, independent of abusive relationships.
Individual, family, and group counseling is provided by professionals. Out-patient counseling is provided to the community on a sliding fee scale.
The Center For Violence Prevention will provide education on domestic violence and related issues to interested organizations and community groups free of charge.
A safe day care is provided for the children of mothers who are in shelter services. This service allows the women to work or continue their education.
A place to bring merchandise you no longer can use. The merchandise is given to the shelter clients or sold in our retail store with all proceeds going directly to client services.