Center For New Beginnings
Victims Services for Children, Adults and Families
- Therapy for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence
- Treatment of other traumatic experiences such as bullying, workplace violence, harassment, etc.
- Safety Planning to help get you and your family out of harm's way safely
- Referral to community resources who can provide housing, legal support, etc.
We are recognized experts in the field of domestic violence and employ state-of-the-art individualized treatment approaches to help you and your family heal from the violence.
While seeking help in dealing with your situation can be a difficult step, it can also be the most important step you take. We will do our best to make it as easy and comfortable for you as possible.
Situations that bring people to our center for care vary widely. One family may need assistance escaping from a violent situation in the home. Another family may be dealing with the aftermath of traumatic experiences. Sometimes families are struggling to achieve reconciliation with a parent who becomes aggressive when abusing substances. Yet another family may be struggling with fears related to their children's visitation with a previously violent parent.
We fully realize that there may be safety implications in any decision to seek treatment. If you or your family is currently in danger, we will help you to be safe and connect you with appropriate community resources. We assure strict confidentiality regarding our records and therapeutic interactions. Only with your permission will we share information with crisis response services to support safety and continuity of care.
If you or someone you know is in danger due to domestic violence, please call The Center for New Beginnings at 603-444-6465 for a confidential consultation.
In case of imminent danger you should call 911 immediately! You can also call the National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233.