Support when and where you are in need.
While our shelter is a core service, we know not everyone needs to – or wants to – come into shelter. For example, many victims of domestic violence benefit from meeting with an advocate to gain support and discover resources, but don’t need the safety of shelter. Free counseling, support groups, and other services are still available to you – our Outreach Center is the perfect place to visit to learn more.
Hubbard House’s Outreach Center is open weekday business hours, by appointment. We also offer virtual appointments and limited walk-in availability. A walk-in center is important, because our emergency shelter is in a confidential, undisclosed location. This is the easiest way to see us in person.
Some of the services you can receive at the Outreach Center include:
We created our Outreach Center to be an open, welcoming place where victims of domestic violence could more easily find us. We applied that same idea in other areas of the community, seeking ways we could be accessible, wherever victims of domestic violence seek safety. Here are some of the other ways we partner in our community, to increase access to Hubbard House services: