Get Help

You are not alone. One Place is here to help.

Whether you are reaching out for the first time, the 4th time, or trying to find help for a loved one or friend, we’re here to listen and give options. You can call and ask questions before you decide to make an appointment.

Your situation is unique. When you call or visit One Place, you’ll meet with a Client Navigator who will connect you with the resources YOU choose to engage with, for YOUR situation. You decide who you meet with and how your information is shared. 

You will complete a short intake form to help guide your visit. We partner with a variety of community agencies to provide wraparound services, each of which have their own qualifications.  Some ways you might receive help include:

  • assistance in filing a protection from abuse order (PFA)

  • talking with an advocate about safety planning

  • filing a police report 

  • learning about support groups

  • information on shelter and housing options

  • assistance in relocation

  • access to civil legal assistance for help with custody or divorce

  • referrals to other resources assisting with utility payments, food resources, counseling, and more