Domestic Violence Services

Intimate partner domestic violence includes physical abuse – ranging from shoving, slapping, punching and stabbing – and can also be psychological, including financial abuse, threats or other verbal abuse. The abuser uses power and control to intimidate, isolate, threaten, blame, and coerce.

If your intimate partner is abusive to you, your children, or someone else in the household, or if someone you know is being abused, TAP’s Domestic Violence Services, which are free to all, can help with the following:

  • Emergency assistance and emergency transportation
  • Emergency relocation assistance
  • Counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Legal advocacy
  • Court preparation and accompaniment
  • Support group
  • Education and outreach programs for the community

If you think you’ve been abused, or that someone you know may be being abused, please call the TAP-DVS hotline.

For after-hours emergencies, call (540) 580‑0775. A crisis advocate is available evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays at the emergency number.

Our daytime telephone number is (540) 283‑4813.

Hearing impaired persons can contact us using Virginia Relay. Just dial 7-1-1 and give the Virginia Relay Communications Assistant the number you need to reach.

If you are curious to know more about how our Domestic Violence Services can help you or your family, please contact our Domestic Violence Service Center, which is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at (540) 283‑4813 or send us an email by completing the form below.