Domestic and sexual violence can happen to anyone regardless of age, gender identity, race, income level, sexual orientation or religion. No one has the right to hurt, threaten, or make you feel afraid. We understand that you may have questions about your safety, rights and resources. We also realize that it can feel scary to reach out for help. Being connected to a domestic or sexual violence advocate can increase your safety and well-being. Our crisis line staff is available 24/7 and trained to provide supportive and confidential services.

Domestic & Sexual Violence

YWCA Missoula 24-hr Crisis Line:
(406) 542-1944 or (800) 483-7858

Homelessness

Call (406)543-6691 or (800) 483-7858 to learn about our Emergency and Transitional Housing programs.

Other Local Resources

YWCA Pathways Program
YWCA Pathways Program Pathways offers shelter, support groups, and 24-hour hotline for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
(406) 542-1944/(800) 483-7858

Crime Victim Advocates
Criminal Justice Assistance & Orders of Protection: (406) 258-3830

First Step at St. Patrick Hospital
Serves children, families, adults who are victims of sexual violence. Investigation services, assessment, medical treatment, education, and prevention services available.
(406) 329-5776

SAFE- Ravalli County 

SAFE offers resources, support and emergency shelter to families fleeing domestic violence situations.
Ravalli County Twenty-Four Hour Crisis Hotline: (406) 363-4600

SSTEP
Serves families and individuals in the Seeley-Swan Valley who have been affected by domestic and sexual violence. Services include transport to safe shelter, support and education.
(406) 677-3177

SARC
University of Montana Student Advocacy Resource Center offers support and resources for students dealing with sexual and domestic violence.
(406) 243-6559