Posted by Donald W Reynolds Crisis Intervention Center on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Need a Safe Shelter?

Our emergency safe house is available to individuals and families suffering from domestic abuse.

It’s private, secure, and has a staff member on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When you come to stay with us, we provide you with food, shelter, and support services to help in your transition, including safety planning, one-on-one case management services, legal advocacy, child care, and more.

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Victim of Sexual Assault?

Our sexual assault response center offers an immediate and private location where victims can receive free confidential support services.

We provide a forensic rape exam, as well as advocacy and case management services from a response team consisting of trained nurses, local law enforcement and certified advocates.

You don’t have to deal with this on your own. Our team is here & ready to help.

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Have Children at Risk?

We offer an on-site day care for children of parents who are in our Empowerment Program.

Children in our care receive therapeutic care, education, advocacy and emotional support. Mothers can be confident that their children are in a safe place which provides the support necessary to allow them to seek employment, permanent housing, finalize legal obligations, and work to safely transition back into the community as productive citizens.

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I Want to Help Your Cause. Where Do I Start?

Donate Your Time, Money, Goods or Services

We have many volunteer opportunities available in several departments, including the child care center, crisis hotline, retail store, office & more.

Want to make a financial contribution? Your gift is tax-deductible, and can be made publicly or anonymously. We accept checks & credit cards.

Have goods or services that you’d like to donate? We’re always in need of professional services and various supplies for our center. Partner with us.

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The Case Manager is responsible for all long term strategies for intervention.  The Case Manager's foremost responsibility is to facilitate the shelter residents' particular goals such as establishing independent living, pursuing legal solutions, securing employment, and meeting the day-to-day needs of herself and her children.  The Case Manager is also responsible for facilitating support groups.


  • Maintain on-going case files, progress notes, action plans and follow-up plans.
  • Provides advocacy and information to the resident using available resources and options.  Sets weekly goals plan as determined by the client.
  • Coordinates, facilitates, and documents the client review process.
  • Coordinates and services as liaison  between the shelter program and other community resources such as the Housing Authority, health care professionals, DHS, child care providers, unemployment office, faith community and other service providers.
  • Seeks out relevant resources and contacts in the community.
  • Facilitates support groups.
  • Uses the empowerment model when advocating for the individual
  • Alerts the Assistant Director about all issues of concern.
  • Coordinates with other advocates/case managers for the special needs or concerns of all clients.
  • Coordinates with the Children's Program to address the needs of children.


  • Bachelor's Degree or two year's case management experience.
  • An understanding of the issues of domestic violence and sensitivity to the barriers victims of domestic violence face.
  • Crisis intervention, problem solving and advocacy skills.
  • Knowledge of community resources.
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.
  • Attention to detail and strong documentation skills
  • Ability to work with people of various backgrounds.

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