Another Way helps families affected by domestic violence and sexual abuse. We provide crisis intervention, emergency housing, and education services for adults and children, men and women. An additional program helps offenders learn strategies for controlling outbursts.
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) staff and volunteers help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault (male and female). We also provide for friends and loved ones of individuals and families struggling with domestic violence. Services include case management, information and referral, connection to community services, legal advocacy, criminal justice support, and claims assistance.
EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR VICTIMS AND CHILDREN
The Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) provides a 32-bed shelter from women and children and transitional housing.
The emergency shelter provides a safe place for victims and families on a temporary basis, while you figure out the next steps required to move into a better situation. Shelter services include food and basic needs, advocacy, safety planning, and legal assistance. In addition, PRDVS offers counseling, case management, information and referral, connection to community services, and assistance in relocation.
Page Regional Domestic Violence Services (PRDVS) is one of a few domestic violence programs in the country that provides transitional housing for families committed to working toward a domestic violence free life.