LGBTQ Violence Resource Line LGBT Focused

@ Center on Halsted

Program Description

Center on Halsted LGBTQ Violence Resource Line was created in response to the growing need for victim assistance for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV-positive (LGBTQH) people. It is the only LGBTQ-specific program committed to addressing violence against and within LGBTQ communities in Illinois. It has become a cornerstone of recovery for many LGBTQH victims, witnesses, and friends of those who have experience bias/discrimination, or domestic, sexual, hate or police violence in the Chicago area. Very few other organizations provide victim assistance that meets the needs of this population—needs which continue to exceed available community resources. The LGBTQ Violence Resource line is answered during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, and callers can expect a response within one business day. The line can provide callers with safety planning, information and referrals, personal, legal and media advocacy, public outreach and education, and crisis counseling. There are no fees for Violence Resource Line services.

Services Available

domestic violence, hate crimes and discrimination

Contact Info

3656 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL

Phone number: 773.472.6469



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