What We Do
At Southside Center for Violence Prevention, we provide comprehensive, free, and confidential services to those affected by domestic and sexual violence. We work to help support survivors and to create a community free from violence. Check out our services here.
We have 4 programs that make up our agency:
Our sexual violence program is called SAVE (Sexual Assault Victim Empowerment), which includes assistance for college students. Learn more about this program here.
We also offer evidence recovery services in the form of forensic interviews and forensic exams trough our Forensic Advocacy Program. Learn more here.
Through our Outreach Program, we provide education and prevention services to our community. Click here if to learn more about this service and to learn how to schedule an event or presentation.
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