Yes. WDVS offers all the same services to both men and women who are victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
Unfortunately no. However, we do have other options to keep your pet safe. Please call our office to discuss arrangements for your pet. (775-625-1313)
No, you can access WDVS anonymously.
There are advocates who speak Spanish available. For those who speak another language we can access the Language Line to communicate.
No, you do not. If you would like to apply for one though an advocate can assist you.
You do not have to live in WDVS housing to receive services.
No, you do not. If you decide to report to law enforcement an advocate can assist you if you would like. You can always talk with an advocate about the pros and cons of reporting.
Yes. WDVS serves families with adolescent boys, housing is based on availability.
No, you can receive services even if you are not a legal resident. All services are free and confidential.
Yes! WDVS does not have a co-ed shelter but is able to provide separate confidential shelter locations. (Shelter is based on availability.)
Nothing. All WDVS services are free and confidential.
No. You may keep your cell phone, we will ask you to disable any GPS locating apps as to keep the shelter location confidential for your safety.