The Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan
Counseling, Education, Advocacy.
The list below includes resources for partner abuse recovery in various counties all over Michigan, including Washtenaw, Calhoun, Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, Jackson, Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Marquette, Monroe, Oakland, Ottowa, and Wayne.
Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence, engages the community to successfully build spaces where women are free from the threat of domestic and sexual violence, 1.866.238.1454
Statewide crisis hotline and referrals for domestic violence and sexual assault services, 800.292.3666
Child Protective Services and Vulnerable Adult Protective Services, Department of Human Services
24-hour referral: 1.800.942.4357
Stop Abuse, University of Michigan information and resource links on stalking and domestic violence in the workplace, at home, and on campus
Washtenaw: Domestic Violence Project, Inc./SafeHouse Center.
24-hour-helpline for sexual assault and domestic violence: 734.995.5444
TTY SafeHouse Center HelpLine: 734.973.2227
Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center (SAPAC), University of Michigan staff, faculty, and their partners
Family Assessment Clinic at Catholic Social Services: referral, assessment, recovery focused on child abuse and maltreatment.
734.998.9703, Mary B. Ortega
Stop Abuse/Kids Club Program, University of Michigan
Alternatives to Domestic Aggression (ADA) services for people accused of violence, Catholic Social Services
S.A.F.E. Place, Battle Creek, 269.965.7233
YWCA of Greater Flint
800.799.7233 or 1.810.238.7233
Domestic Harmony, 888.439.1454
EVE [End Violent Encounters], Lansing, 517.372.5572
The Listening Ear 24-hour helpline (not just for interpersonal violence), 517.337.1717
Aware, Inc. 517.783.2861
LACADA (Lapeer Area Citizens Against Domestic Assault), 810.667.4175
LACASA, domestic violence: 810.227.7100, sexual Assault: 866.522.2725, and general women’s counseling, 866.522.2725
Turning Point, 24-hour helpline: 586.463.6990, Office: 586.463.4430
Marquette Women’s Centers, 906.226.6611 or 1.800.455.6611
Family Counseling Shelter Services, Crisis line: 734.242.7233, Family
Counseling Services: 734.241.0180
HAVEN 24-hour helpline: 1.877.922.1274, Office: 248.334.1274
Center for Women in Transition, 1.800.848.5991
Community Advocacy Project (CAP) offers personalized help in leaving and recovering from an abusive relationship, contact Paula Callen, CAP Coordinator, 313.577.7969 or Email: email@example.com
La Vida, supports domestic violence, support, and education in the Southwest Detroit community, co-located at Community Health and Social Services Center, Inc. (CHASS)
YWCA Interim House
Wayne County Domestic Violence Project, downtown Detroit
Sasha Center, sexual assault services for holistic healing and awareness — an African-American nonprofit serving the African-American community
First Step Project on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, 24-hour helpline: 1.888.453.5900
Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (S.A.F.E.) for women survivors of domestic violence
1100 Victors Way, #10
Ann Arbor, MI 48108-5220
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Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm. Other hours by appointment
Snow Days: When Ann Arbor Public Schools are closed because of poor road conditions, please call to confirm your appointment.
The Women’s Center promotes self-determination for women and families by providing professional services that build confidence, strengthen connections, and create positive change.