Surviving Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Pathways

The YWCA's Pathways program offers safe shelter, crisis counseling and support for survivors of domestic and sexual violence, including the 24-hour crisis line; emergency women and children's shelter; walk-in peer counseling; support groups; in-house licensed therapist; referrals to community resources; and legal, personal and medical advocacy.

To find out more about your options, call the 24-hour crisis line: 406.542.1944 or 800.483.7858

Walk-in counseling is available to women and men dealing with issues of domestic and/or sexual violence at the YWCA Monday through Thursday, from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. and Fridays noon to 5 p.m.

Emergency shelter is available for women and children in crisis from domestic and/or sexual violence. To access the shelter, call the crisis line.

Nationally, one in four women will be sexually assaulted in her lifetime. That is one in four women you know. After being raped or assaulted, navigating through the medical, legal and emotional aftermath can feel overwhelming, YWCA Missoula is committed to providing a safe place to think through those first steps to the healing process and find support. Surviving a sexual assault is not easy, but with the YWCA’s non-judgmental advocacy, survivors can begin to heal.

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