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MCADSV serves as a public resource for information on domestic and sexual violence, as well as a link to service providers in the state.

Do you need to find services near you?

MCADSV member programs offer many services beyond what is listed in this directory. Please contact the individual program for more information. Additional services may include: support groups, counseling, hospital/medical advocacy, assistance in court and with law enforcement, immigration advocacy, as well as additional resources and support.

In the provision of services, MCADSV member programs must not discriminate based on ethnicity, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital or partner status, age, disability including substance abuse, economic or educational status, religion, HIV/AIDS or other physical health status, mental health status, immigration status or residency, including county, state or country of origin.

You can search for providers throughout the state by selecting specific criteria such as Program Type, Location, specific Services and Member Program Name.

You can also select a region below to search the service providers in your area.