Victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, their non-offending family members, and law enforcement can call during a crisis to receive support and crisis intervention. You can contact the crisis line at 775-738-9454.
CADV has a secure and confidential emergency shelter, that is free of charge, available for victims and their children to stay.
Victims can speak freely with a victims advocate in a safe and confidential environment. Peer counseling offers emotional support, instrumental support in the form of material goods and services, and informational support.
Once a month, CADV facilities a support group for victims of domestic violence. Victims learning how to move forward and become self sufficient.
CADV has Victim Advocates on staff who specializes in providing advocacy services for people 50 years of age or older who are experiencing abuse.
Advocates help victims find community resources as well as assist in obtaining a temporary protection order (TPO). Advocates can also accompany victims to court hearings, medical appointments and law enforcement interviews. CADV has no attorneys on staff and cannot give legal advice.