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Individuals from outside your immediate circle of loved ones can also provide support and acceptance that may aid in your recovery.You are the person to determine the type of help that is most useful for you.Your financial donation helps provide shelter, community services, and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Contribute Today During the year, Sistercare will serve approximately 7,000 survivors of domestic violence.We could not aid these thousands of survivors without the generous donations we receive from our yearly Wishlist.Education and Training The BDVP offers education on domestic violence and dating abuse for professionals, youth, community members, workplaces and congregations. Transitional Housing The BDVP’s transitional housing program, the Sheila Brown Women’s Center, serves homeless women and their children who are survivors of domestic violence and dating abuse.STAR Program STAR (Students Talking About Relationships) is an after school program for student leaders who want to have fun and help their peers learn about healthy relationships and sex.
Hotline The BDVP collaborates with other domestic violence programs and the City of Philadelphia to operate the Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline which provides the following for victims of domestic and dating abuse: The hotline is toll free and is answered by trained counselors’ 24-hours a day.Please consider that throughout the state of Michigan there are sexual assault programs that offer advocacy and counseling.Don't hesitate to seek help from these free programs.1236 Medical Advocacy The BDVP partners with local hospitals to provide onsite Intimate Partner Violence counseling for patients and their families, as well as trainings for health care professionals.Legal Advocacy The BDVP provides court accompaniment and advocacy at the Criminal Justice Center, Family Court, and the Philadelphia Probation and Parole Department.