Advocates are first responders for victims of domestic violence/sexual assault at area hospitals and from law enforcement reports. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
WCA Advocate Services
- An advocate is someone you can talk to about your domestic violence or sexual assault situation and is able to keep your information confidential.
- An advocate is nonjudgmental about your situation and your experiences.
- An advocate is a professional who has the training to understand the patterns of domestic violence and sexual assault.
- An advocate is available to help guide you through the various systems you may encounter such as:
- criminal justice
- child protection and safety
- health and human services
- An advocate is a first responder for people who have experienced domestic violence and sexual assault at area hospitals and from law enforcement reports and is available 24 hours per day.
- An advocate is knowledgeable of community resources and will work with you to make a difference in your life.
- An advocate can join your voice when you think you are not being heard.
- An advocate can help you create a safety plan.
- An advocate can help you with protection orders.
An advocate is here for you, so please call or stop in:
WCA 222 S 29th St. (29th & Farnam)
Office: 402-345-6555 Hotline: 402-345-7273
Need transportation? We can help you get to our offices – just call!
Afraid language might be a barrier? We have Spanish-speaking advocates, and can call translators when necessary.