Safe Housing

  • Emergency, Short-Term and Long-Term Housing: immediate housing and safety for victims of domestic and sexual violence and their children.  Violence Free Futures can provide shelter for up to 32 clients.  All personal amenities are provided while in the housing program including food, transportation, case management and goal planning, child care for scheduled appointments and access to other agency programs. Families remain in shelter for a transitional period determined on a case by case basis.  This facility provides additional counseling space for residential and outreach clients needing services, as well as, a commercial kitchen, a fenced in play area for the children, a secured site, and a state of the art security system. The facility is fully handicapped accessible. Our shelter is pet-friendly if there is space available. Your advocates will explain the pet-friendly program structure. Two companion animals (pets) will be considered per family, if the space is available. If the space is not available, other plans will be discussed, including potential for family to temporarily care for them, possible foster programs or kenneling. A list of items to bring for the pets will also be covered.  Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals always welcome.
  • 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 24 hour county wide domestic violence crisis intervention, information and referral for victims, their families or community members 937-426-2334 
  • Aftercare: a service provided for clients who have been shelter residents or received other VFF services. Aftercare can involve case management or a support group. Call the hotline number for more information. 937-426-2334
  • Counseling and Case Management: throughout Greene County including counseling, case management, information, referral, support, education, material aid and transportation in collaboration with other Greene County agencies.
    For Counseling: Cherie Dixon, Clinical Coordinator                              For Case Management Sarah or Alena, Case Coordinators
  • Child & Family Counseling- currently referring to community resources. 
  • Student Internship Program: Student internship programs are available for majors including: Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, and Communications. Contact our Executive Director at 937-426-6535, ext. 106

If you are interested in any of the programs described here, please contact the supportive hotline number at 937-426-2334.

As you consider safe housing services for you and/or your children, we hope you will take a look at the Client Rights Grievance and Behavior Support Management Practices 

All services are provided free of charge unless otherwise noted.