Counselor/Advocates interview callers, assess needs and review options with victims. They do not tell the client what to do, but educate them about abuse, its repercussions, and the impact on their children. Counselor/Advocates refer clients to other Interval House and community services as needed.
- The Counselor/Advocate help clients with developing an individual safety plan
- Safety planning is based on the belief the victim knows the abuser and situation better than anyone
- The victim is always safety planning and is constantly changing their plan in response to the abuser’s behavior.
All services are free and confidential.
"We support Interval House so women and children will not have to experience stress, fear and violence. The transition support they offer is priceless - and they are truly changing the future."
-- Bob and Gloria Gery, Founding Members of Interval House's Giving Society and Legacy Donors
July 12: Attorney General Jepsen and Diana Jepsen Invite You To Honor The Women and Work of Interval House.
July 18. CRT & Interval House's Annual "Tee Off With Women" Golf Tournament. Glastonbury Hills Country Club
October 18, 2017: Interval House's Breakfast With Champions. The Riverview, Simsbury. Honoree to be announced.
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Standing with abused women and children in their struggle for safety and justice, Interval House provides a safe place to live as well as concrete information and education to understand and deal with their individual situations.
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