DVSCP provides quality services and support to those who are experiencing domestic violence and fosters positive social and systems change through education and advocacy.
DVSCP is a private, non-profit organization incorporated in May 1990 and has provided 24 hour a day unduplicated services to the communities of Cumberland and Perry counties since July 28, 1990.
DVSCP is committed to helping victims/survivors of domestic violence to live violence free lives.
One of the most important services we provide for victims/survivors of domestic violence is temporary emergency shelter. Our shelter provides a safe, secure, and comfortable home for victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children. All services provided by our agency are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. There is no need to be concerned about necessities, they are provided to our guests in shelter.
Counselor/Advocates will support and help you plan your next steps. Counselor/Advocates also help with housing options, assistance with the Public Welfare System, employment issues, child care issues, and anything else that is of concern to the victim/survivor. DVSCP works with other social services agencies to improve the quality of life for victims/survivors of domestic violence.
DVSCP also provides a 24-hour toll free hotline, one-on-one counseling, support groups, help with obtaining a Protection from Abuse Order, and advocacy in the criminal justice and social services systems. Speakers are also available to church groups, organizations, clubs, health care providers, businesses, schools, etc. on the topics of domestic violence and our services.
ALL SERVICES ARE FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL