If you are in immediate danger, please call 911. Otherwise, our 24-hour crisis hotline is answered seven days a week, 365 days a year. The hotline is the first step in seeking help for sexual assault and domestic violence. Our hotline advocates can provide crisis intervention, help you create a safety plan, prepare you to leave when the time is right, find emergency shelter, help you access counseling and legal advocacy, arrange for a SANE exam, and provide you with referrals to other resources in the community.
Our advocates maintain a strict policy of confidentiality, but if you prefer to remain anonymous, you can use a nickname when you call the hotline. Under certain situations, a hotline advocate may be required to break confidentiality because we are mandated by law to make a report if we believe a child, a person 65 years or older, or an adult with disabilities is being abused, neglected, or exploited. We will also make a report with law enforcement if we believe you might harm yourself or someone else.
No appointment necessary for immediate face-to-face crisis intervention and advocacy services. Call the 24-hour crisis hotline at 1-800-460-7233 for more information.
Hope Alliance understands that transportation can be a barrier for many victims of violence who need shelter and support services. Because of this, our intakes and counseling services are available in outreach locations throughout the greater Williamson Country area