Therapy & Support

Therapy & Support

Master’s level therapists and interns provide therapy services to adult and child victims of emotional and physical abuse, rape and sexual assault and to survivors with co-occurring disorders (substance use and mental health disorders). Therapy services are offered to shelter residents and members of the community. To learn more, read our Privacy Policy. If you are interested in our therapy services, call our 24-hour Domestic Abuse Crisis Hotline 208.343.7025. You can also find a flyer listing our support groups here.

Nurturing Parenting

In order for children to learn how to create healthy relationships it is important for parents to understand how to teach empathy and respect. The Nurturing Parenting program is a great way to find help and support in teaching the next generation healthy family values. Please see this group’s flyer here.

Nurturing Parenting is offered Tuesday evening from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. with a one-time orientation starting at 5 pm. This group is free and supported by grants. Childcare will be provided with 24 hrs notice.  If you are interested in attending the Nurturing Parenting Group please call 208.343-3688 ext. 247.  To utilize childcare please call 208-343-3688 ext 217.

Sexual Assault Orientation

Orientation is an educational group that focuses on the act of sexual assault – how to help and how to heal. It is held every Tuesday night, 5 to 5:30 p.m. It is open to the public and free of charge. Limited childcare is available. Childcare is available by calling 208.343.3688 ext. 217 by Monday 10 a.m. prior to group. For more information, please call 208.343.3688, ext. 232.

Circle of Support Group

Circle of Support is a weekly support group for women survivors of sexual assault. It meets Tuesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. First time participants must attend Sexual Assault Orientation (5 to 5:30 p.m.) before attending COS. This group is offered free and is supported by grants. Please see this group’s flyer here. Childcare is available by calling 208.343.3688 ext. 217 by Monday 10 a.m. prior to group. For more information, please call 28.343.3688, ext. 232.

Domestic Abuse Orientation

Orientation is an educational group that focuses on the cycle of abuse and the characteristics of batterers, victims, and abusive relationships. It is held every Wednesday night, 5 to 5:50 p.m. It is open to the public and free of charge. Childcare is available by calling 208.343.3688 ext. 217 by Tuesday 10 a.m. prior to group.

RAP Group

RAP is a weekly support group for women survivors of domestic abuse. It meets Wednesdays 6 to 7 p.m. First time participants must attend Domestic Abuse Orientation (5 to 5:50 p.m.) before attending RAP. This group is offered free and is supported by grants. Please see this group’s flyer here. Childcare is available by calling 208.343.3688 ext. 217 by Tuesday 10 a.m. prior to group.

Click here for information about support groups specifically for clients in our residential program.