All services are free, confidential, and offered to all non-offending adults and their children. ATVP
ATVP is committed to providing services within an empowerment model, offering clients the opportunity to consider a wide range of options as the individual needs and circumstances dictate and a safe, supportive environment in which to reach decisions.
24 hour crisis line 1-877-334-2887
Safe, confidential shelter, food and clothing for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children. Staff available 24 hours for help and emotional support. Case management is provided. Shelter is handicapped accessible.
Help, support and age appropriate activities specifically designed for children and/or teens who have been affected by domestic violence or sexual assault.
Information and Referrals
ATVP works cooperatively with other agencies in Latah and Whitman Counties and provides information and referral to area resources. (i.e., housing, legal, counseling, and financial.)
Community Education and Prevention Programs
ATVP provides free prevention and community education opportunites, including presentations, trainings, outreach events, brochures and other written materials. ATVP offers a variety of presentations geared towards any age group and are provided at no cost to schools, universities, service providers, and other community groups.
Involves trained individuals who help survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in an individual, family, or group setting but is quite unlike traditional counseling or theapy.
24-Hour Crisis Intervention
ATVP staff and trained volunteer advocates are available
24-hours to provide intervention and support by phone or in-person. High standards are maintained by ATVP through a comprehensive training program. Collect calls accepted. Call 883-HELP (4357) or 332-HELP (4357)
Victims and survivors share like experiences and offer support to one another in a safe, confidential setting. Goals include education, empowerment, self-esteem building, problem solving, reduction of anxiety and stress resulting from victimization and safety issues. Child advocacy is provided.
Arrangement, transportation, and accompaniment to medical services for purpose of treatment, evidence, collection, and health risks.
**Don't wash, bathe, drink, douche, or change clothes prior to a medical or rape exam.
Help and support with legal information, civil protection orders, and referral. Accompaniment to police, prosecutor and attorney interviews, and court support through sentencing and follow-up.