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For more information, visit the
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The DCADV is the statewide, nonprofit coalition of agencies and individuals working to stop domestic violence in Delaware.
NEW CASTLE COUNTY: (302) 762-6110
KENT & SUSSEX COUNTIES: (302) 422-8058
ABRIENDO PUERTAS: (302) 745-9874
Para más información o preguntas puede enviar un correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelters are in confidential locations throughout the state and look like typical family homes. There are 5 crisis shelters in Delaware that serve victims/survivors of domestic violence. Shelters provide physical safety and supportive resources. Trained staff are also on side in shelters 24/7 to support residents. Staff can help with safety planning, goal setting, and counseling/support groups. Staff can also help connect you to resources for employment, housing, legal assistance, or other services
There are two shelters in New Castle County operated by
All services are free of charge and can be accessed by calling the DV hotline.
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