Victims who need immediate assistance - Call 911
- 804-318-8254 - after 5 p.m. and weekends
Virginia Family Violence and Sexual Assault 24-hour Hotline
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Negative Societal and Sociological Influences
Friday, Oct. 17, 2014
8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Mark your calendar and plan to attend the 2014 Domestic Violence Task Force Fall Conference during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Together Against Sexual Assault. When we see abuse occurring we must "Take A Stand".
This information is NOT intended for those individuals who are in an abusive relationship. This information is meant solely for those who are considering dating or who are in a committed or intimate relationship that is not abusive.
The 2013 General Assembly regular session ended Saturday, February 23, 2013. Learn about the updated domestic and sexual violence laws that will be enforced beginning July 1, 2013.
NEW Protective Order Laws - See Protective Order Process Chart
To provide culturally sensitive services; to victims of domestic and sexual violence, and stalking; while promoting healthy relationships as we strive to enhance our coordinated community response to domestic violence among our county and state partners, and the community at large.
The Chesterfield County Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center coordinates with agencies to overcome negative societal norms, gender inequalities and systemic oppression to victims of domestic and sexual violence and stalking through providing quality services and enriched programming.
The Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center is a county office located within the Chesterfield Community Corrections Services. The center serves as the hub for the County's coordinated response to domestic and sexual violence. The center works closely with Chesterfield County agencies and service providers to enhance the understanding of individual components of the system's response to domestic violence while identifying opportunities for collaboration and improvement. A goal of the center is to develop county wide policies and practices that consistently value victim safety and offender accountability.
The center works with the Chesterfield: Police Department, Commonwealth Attorney's Office, Victim Witness Program, Community Services Board, Social Services, Health Department, Magistrates Office, Juvenile & Domestic Relations Courts, Community Corrections and Pretrial Services and networks with domestic and/or sexual violence victim and offender services to develop common goals and integrated services for families in crisis.
The center acts as a resource for county wide service providers, victims or offenders as appropriate, by assisting to link professionals and citizens with available services in the community.