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Program Information Sheet for:
Elizabeth Freeman Center

Location:
Elizabeth Freeman Center
43 Francis Ave

Pittsfield, MA 01201
Mailing Address:
ATTENTION:
Elizabeth Freeman Center
43 Francis Ave.

Pittsfield, MA 01201

Telephone Numbers and Contact information
Phone #:(866) 401-2425 Hotline/Information
Phone #:(413) 499-2425 Education Services
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Fax Number:(413) 443-3016

Web Page:  www.elizabethfreemancenter.org
E-mail to:   info@elizabethfreemancenter.org

Program Details:
Operating Agency: Elizabeth Freeman Center (Private, Non-Profit)
Person In Charge: :
Hours: Hotline: Monday - Friday 9-5 Walk-in: Monday-Friday 10am-1pm
Eligibility:
Fees: free
Intake Process: call or walk-in
Program Licenses:
Staff Qualifications:
Service Area: Shelter in Berkshires
Handicap Accessibility:

Program/Service Notes:
-Domestic Violence Services: Help for women in crisis who are battered and homeless and are in need of safety, support and information, as a result of domestic violence victimization. -Sexual Assault Services: Help for women, men and children who have been victimized by sexual assault, sexual abuse, incest and molestation and sexual harassment. 24-hour hotline, , up to 12 weeks individual counseling, support groups, education, confidentiality. -Individual Counseling, Advocacy and Support: group and individual counseling, walk-in services, help in the courts, housing advocacy -Shelter-for battered women and their children: 8-12 week safe, confidential environment, child advocacy. -Family Law Project: Free assistance with legal questions; restraining orders; custody issues; visitation; financial support and complex family issues involving the courts -Pro-se divorce workshops: 2-week workshops on how to do your own divorce -Outreach Services: Our educators are available and qualified to speak to: students; school staff; parents; civic groups; religious groups; community agencies and area businesses. Our education and training services address those issues related to: trauma, domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual harassment. -Support Groups: call above number for information

This information was last updated on 04/15/2014


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