Domestic Crisis Information

If you have ever asked yourself any of the following questions:

  • What is domestic abuse?
  • What can I do if I'm being abused?
  • What if I know someone who is being abused?
  • Where can I go for help?
  • Am I a victim of domestic abuse?

The Family Crisis Center is a place to contact for help in answering those questions.

Confidential services are provided 24 hours a day by a team of professional staff.

CAP Services' Family Crisis Center provides the following services:

  • Temporary shelter for victims of domestic abuse and their children
  • 24-hour telephone toll-free hotline
  • Walk-in crisis counseling
  • Assistance with application for temporary restraining orders
  • Support groups for adults, teens, and children who have experienced interpersonal violence
  • Transitional living program offering short term, affordable housing to victims leaving shelter
  • Referrals to other agencies for longer-term services

There are no costs for any of the services with the exception of the Domestic Abuse Alternatives Program.

The Family Crisis Center also provides Adolescent Crisis Services and services for victims of Sexual Abuse. These services include the following: Adolescent Services

  • Temporary shelter for youth runaways
  • Temporary shelter, with parental permission, for youth in crisis
  • 24-hour telephone response
  • Walk-in crisis counseling
  • Referrals for youth to other supportive services

Sexual Abuse Victim Services

  • 24-hour crisis line
  • Assistance with application for temporary restraining orders
  • Supportive services for family and friends
  • Information and referral services
  • Accompaniment to, and support during, medical examinations and legal proceedings
  • Community educational presentations

For more information on the information identified above, please contact the Family Crisis Center at: (715) 343-7125 or 1-800-472-3377

For more information, visit the Family Crisis Center Web Site.

For speech & hearing impaired individuals: TTY Number (715) 345-5244

Fax: (715) 343-7176

Family Crisis Center
1616 West River Drive
Stevens Point, WI 54481
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