ALL of Prevail’s services are free and confidential.
Anyone who has experienced violence can receive help from Prevail’s advocates.
Just as every person’s situation and story is unique, there is no one path that fits everyone. An advocate listens, shines a light on multiple options and gives encouragement.
Your Safety Plan
Getting out of a bad situation can be tricky. We can talk to you about ways that you might be safer in your situation, including exploring a Protective Order (Restraining Order). Remember, we are always available to talk with you on the 24-hour crisis line. Click here for more information on safety planning
You can meet one-on-one with a Prevail advocate. An advocate is your supporter. They help empower you in your situation. When you decide on your next steps, you will not be alone. Click here for more information on the role of an advocate
When trauma happens, it can happen to the whole family. Advocates work with children who have witnessed or experienced trauma. Prevail also offers support for non-offending parents/guardians whose children have experienced trauma. Click here to learn Prevail’s Mission
Your New Start
When you make a new start, some real-life challenged may seem impossible. We provide assistance to find housing, employment, food transportation, budge planning and more. Click here for more information on Prevail’s Self-Sufficiency Services
Your Court Support
Prevail works hand-in-hand with the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office and other court entities to help you navigate through the legal aspects of your situation. Click here for more information on Prevail’s Court Support
It’s true - there is strength in numbers. Each week, Prevail offers many support groups to connect people together that have gone through similar experiences. Download Prevail’s General Group Schedule
We visit schools, give presentations, train teachers and more. One day, you may want to share your story as a way to help educate others. Click here for more information on Prevail’s Speaker’s Bureau