Sublette County Sexual Assault and Family Violence Task Force

Our Philosophy

 

   We believe that domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking occur physically, psychologically, emotionally, and sexually. Violence is often a manifestation of power and/or control by one party over another. We believe that the continuance and misuse of power and control is a contributing factor to the escalating violence in our society.

 

   We further believe that if we are going to be effective in the prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, all persons involved must have appropriate resources available to help empower them in their decision making

 

   Our first priority is to provide a safe environment to those in our community who have been victimized, along with their families. It is through prevention education in our schools and community that the hope of putting an ending to violence will be reached. 

 

   The Sublette County SAFV Task Force pledges to work closely with the community and all other supporting entities to work toward ending domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. 

 

   Any individual is eligible for SAFV services if that person (or family member) is or has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. No one will be denied services because of race, religion, sex, ethnicity, age, physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, or sources of financial support. Our services are provided at no charge.  

Confidentiality is the cornerstone of our program.

Our Mission 

   Sublette County Sexual Assault Family Violence (SAFV) Task Force provides protection,assistance, and support to the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. SAFV is committed to ending violence through prevention education and social change.

 

   Any individual is eligible for SAFV services if that person or their family is or has been a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.  No one will be denied services because of race, religion, gender, ethnicity, age, physical disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship or sources of financial support.  Our services are provided without cost to the individual.  Services offered include but are not limited to crisis intervention, personal and legal 

advocacy, emergency sheltering, transitional housing, counseling, support groups, financial assistance and development of life skills. 

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