List of domestic violence shelters and state 24/7 helpline - WBRC FOX6 News - Birmingham, AL

List of domestic violence shelters and state 24/7 helpline

The purple ribbon represents domestic violence awareness. (Source: WBRC video) The purple ribbon represents domestic violence awareness. (Source: WBRC video)
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

If you are struggling with domestic abuse whether it is physical or emotional there are people that want to help you.

The Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers assistance 24/7 at 1-800-650-6522.

Here is a list of shelters that provide help for survivors across the state:

2nd Chance

Counties Served: Etowah, Cleburne, Calhoun, Talladega

(256) 236-7233 Crisis Line / (256) 236-7381 Office

Asha Kiran*

Counties Served: Madison

(256) 509-1882 Crisis Line / (256) 698-4446 Office

Crisis Center of Russell County

Counties Served: Russell

(334) 297-4401 Crisis Line / (334) 297-4435 Office

Crisis Services of North Alabama

Counties Served: Limestone, Madison, Jackson, Morgan

(256) 716-1000 Crisis Line / (256) 716-4052 Office

Daybreak

Counties Served: Walker

(205) 387-1157 Crisis Line/Office

Domestic Violence Intervention Center

Counties Served: Randolph, Tallapoosa, Chambers, Lee, Macon

(334) 749-1515 Crisis Line/Office

Family Sunshine Center

Counties Served: Chilton, Autauga, Elmore, Montgomery, Lowndes, Butler, Crenshaw

(334) 263-0218 Crisis Line / (334) 206-2100 Office

Harbor Haus/Victim Services of Cullman

Counties Served: Cullman

(256) 734-6100 Crisis Line / (256) 775-2600 Office

House of Ruth

Counties Served: Bullock, Barbour, Pike, Coffee, Dale, Henry, Houston, Geneva, Covington

(334) 793-2232 Crisis Line / (334) 793-5214 Office

Kelley’s Rainbow

Counties Served: Marshall, DeKalb, Cherokee

(256) 891-0019 Crisis Line / (256) 891-9864 Office

Penelope House

Counties Served: Washington, Mobile, Clarke, Choctaw

(251) 342-8994 Crisis Line / (251) 342-2809 Office

SABRA Sanctuary

Counties Served: Perry, Dallas, Wilcox, Sumter, Marengo, Greene

(334) 874-8711 Crisis Line / (334) 877-4645 Office

SafeHouse of Shelby County

Counties Served: Shelby, Clay, Coosa

(205) 669-7233 Crisis Line / (205) 669-1877 Office

Safeplace

Counties Served: Lauderdale, Colbert, Lawrence, Winston, Marion, Franklin

(256) 767-6210 Crisis Line / (256) 767-3076 Office

The Lighthouse of Baldwin County

Counties Served: Escambia, Baldwin, Conecuh, Monroe

(251) 947-6008 Crisis Line / (251) 947-6197 Office

Turning Point

Counties Served: Lamar, Fayette, Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Bibb, Hale

(205) 758-0808 Crisis Line/Office

YWCA Domestic Violence Services

Counties Served: Blount, St. Clair, Jefferson

(205) 322-4878 Crisis Line / (205) 322-9922 Office

*culturally specific service for foreign born survivors

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