A 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline, jointly provided by Artemis and the YWCA Shelter and Housing Network, offers crisis intervention, information and support.
Clients meet with advocates for crisis intervention, safety planning, and support.
Artemis Center advocates meet with victims at the courts, providing information about civil and criminal options, referrals for legal services, and possible further accompaniment to court.
Information and referrals provide victims/survivors with the help they need to access other services and remove barriers to getting safe.
Designed to aid in the healing process for child witnesses of domestic violence, this program helps children identify and discuss feelings about living with violence in their homes and develop coping strategies for current and future relationships.
Artemis offers many support and education groups during which survivors share their experience with others who have lived with domestic violence.
Staff and volunteers of Artemis present information to community organizations, schools, conferences and other human service agencies.
On an emergency basis, Artemis Center provides support to clients through the client assistance fund.
Artemis clients may be eligible for assistance with Associates Degree or Technical/Trade School education through the Julie Dunckelman Memorial Scholarship Fund.