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360 Communities Violence Prevention & Intervention

Since the first 360 Communities Lewis House shelter opened its doors in 1979, more than 90,000 survivors of sexual and domestic violence have benefited from its safety, support and advocacy services, with help currently being provided to about 3,000 women and children annually.

Trained advocates offer emotional support, referrals to community resources and help navigating the court system. 360 Communities Sexual Assault Services offers a 24/7 telephone hotline and trained advocates to help sexual assault survivors cope with the aftermath of the physical and emotional trauma they have experienced.Learn More
Lewis House advocates partner with schools, faith communities, service organizations and businesses to raise awareness about teen dating violence, bullying, date/acquaintance rape, sexual assault and harassment and the effects and prevalence of domestic violence. Advocates also teach younger students about peacemaking and conflict resolution, developing skills that stop violence before it starts, teaching boys to value and respect women and girls.Learn More
360 Communities trains advocates to help sexual assault survivors regain their sense of safety and cope with the physical and emotional trauma they have experienced. Advocates answer questions and provide support as survivors navigate the legal system and medical examinations. We also provide support and services to family members and friends of sexual assault victims.Learn More

Work partially funded by:

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This program area is also supported by Grant/Subgrant No. A-CVS-2017-CACI-00004 awarded by the state administering office for SASP and STOP Formula Grant Programs, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and Office on Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of 360 Communities and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Justice, or Office of Violence Against Women.