Alliance Against Family Violence

Email: info@aafv1984.com

Hotline: 913.675.7217

Business: 913.675.7220

Registered Charity: 48-0975872

Service Area: Leavenworth County, KS

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SERVICES

24/7 Hotline

The Alliance provides 24/7 crisis intervention, emotional support and referral services to any individual impacted by sexual or domestic violence - whether it occurred last night or 20 years ago. 

 

Alliance 24/7 Hotline: 913.675.7217

Kansas Hotline: 888.363.2287

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800.799.7233

National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800.656.4673

Confidential Shelter

The Alliance provides confidential shelter to any adult, and dependents under the age of 18, who are facing an imminent threat of sexual or domestic violence. 

 

Shelter is provided up to 90 days. While residing in Alliance housing, clients receive case management and access to peer support groups. The Alliance's goal is to provide an empathetic and trauma-informed environment that allows families to heal and work towards building a healthy and safe future. 

 

If you are currently in need of confidential shelter services please contact our hotline at 913.675.7217.

Sexual Assault and Hospital Advocacy

The Alliance provides 24/7 support for sexual assault victims who access services through law enforcement (City, County or University) or forensic exams through Saint Luke’s Cushing emergency department.  

 

Trained advocates provide emotional support, accurate referral information, safety planning and ongoing case management services to primary and secondary victims.

 

If you are interested in volunteering to be an AAFV Sexual Assualt Advocate please complete our volunteer application found here.

Police Response Advocacy Follow-Up Services

Police Response Advocacy (PRA) Follow-Up Services: Follow-up services are provided by trained staff and are available Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm. The Police Response Advocacy Coordinator can answer questions relating to the legal process, accompany a victim to court, provide ongoing case management and discuss the dynamics of intimate partner violence.

Law enforcement responding to a report of domestic violence will offer the victim the opportunity to have an advocate from the Alliance follow-up with a victim at a date and time specified by them.

 

For questions about Police Response Advocacy services please call  913.675.7217.