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Chesterfield Domestic and Sexual Violence Coordinator
Patricia Jones-Turner

Phone Numbers
(804) 318-8265
(804) 318-8264 Court Advocate
(804) 717-2492 Fax

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Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Mailing Address
Chesterfield Domestic & Sexual Violence Resource Center
PO Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832-0040

Street Address
10111 Krause Road, Suite 100
Chesterfield, VA 23832
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Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center
Resource List

Domestic Violence Hotlines

  • YWCA Women's Advocacy Program
    Richmond: 804-612-6126
    24 hours / 7 days shelter, support, information, referrals & advocacy
  • Virginia Family Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline
    1-800-838-8238
    24 hours / 7 days crisis, support, information and/or referrals
  • Toll Free National Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-799-7233  

Crisis Centers

  • YWCA
    804-643-6761
    Obtain information for women and children; individual crisis and support group counseling; referrals to medical care, legal assistance, other community resources Satellite counseling services also available on Mondays at the Rogers Building.

Support Groups

  • YWCA Women’s Domestic Violence Support Group: FREE
    Information: 643-6761
    Time: 6:30-8 PM on Monday
    Location: Rogers Building/Chesterfield Mental Health
    Call first for intake: 804-643-0888 
  • Chesterfield Sexual and Domestic Violence Resource Center’s FREE
    Support Group for Women Who Would Rather Be Anonymous
    Wednesday’s Time: 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Location: Confidential
    Call for Intake 804-318-8265
  • Prevention Services Children’s Group: FREE
    Children who have witnessed violence group on Monday evenings
    For children in grades 1 through 5.
    Call first for intake 804-768-7800
    Services are available for children of other age groups as well.

Legal Aid

  • Central Virginia Legal Aid Society
    (Domestic Violence Unit): 804-648-1012 Legal advice and/or court representation for low-income victims; handles protective orders, custody and visitation, and child /spousal court cases; criminal cases are not taken. ** Call number; ask receptionist for DV Intake Voicemail; leave message (name, phone #, brief description of problem); a return call will be made; no messages are left without permission.

Statewide Domestic Violence Alliance

  • Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Alliance (VSDVA) 804-377-0335
  • Richmond Statewide Hotline: 1-800-838-8238

Chesterfield County Resources

  • Chesterfield Victim/Witness Assistance Program Domestic Violence Unit
    804-717-6179
    Provides information on victims' rights and court accompaniment; sexual assault coordinator provides information and court accompaniment. Services available in Spanish.
  • Chesterfield Commonwealth Attorney’s Office
    Domestic Violence Prosecutor: 804-748-1341
  • Chesterfield Police Department Police
    Domestic Violence Coordinator: Tana Mooney 804-318-8110
  • Chesterfield County Domestic and Sexual Violence Resource Center
    Coordinator: 
    Victim Advocate: Courtney O’Hara 804-318-8264
    Services include providing information pertaining to obtaining protective orders, crisis intervention, individual counseling, group services, case management, court accompaniment, and community referrals for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Services available in Spanish.
  • Chesterfield County Community Corrections & Pretrial Services
    804-318-8220
    Provides community based sanctions for local adult offenders, including supervision of batterer’s and referrals & monitoring of offenders in community based batterer’s treatment programs. Services available in Spanish.

State and National Resources

Download a court services brochure (PDF)  

  •  Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
    102 Industrial Boulevard
    Toano, VA 23168
    Phone: 757-566-4602
    Hotline: 1-800-838-8238
    VADV is statewide coalition of individuals, agencies and organizations dedicated to the elimination of personal and societal violence in the lives of women and children. VADV operates the statewide toll-free family violence & sexual assault hotline (1-800-838-8238) and provides training, technical assistance and support to local domestic violence programs and other organizations /professionals. VADV also provides training, public education and awareness, and public policy monitoring and development.
  • Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance
    508 Dale Ave, Suite B
    Charlottesville, VA 22903
    (804) 979-9002
    fax: (804) 979-9003
    Hotline: 1-800-838-8238
    VAASA is the Virginia Coalition of Sexual Assault Crisis Centers working on behalf of victims of sexual assault and fostering social change toward the elimination of sexual assault in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
    VAASA provides support and information concerning the problems, needs and rights of sexual assault victims, their families and friends. The Coalition provides technical assistance and training, public policy monitoring, a resource library, a quarterly newsletter and networking of services between sexual assault centers allied professionals and their communities.
  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)
    PO Box 18749
    Denver, CO 80218-1852
    Phone: 303-839-1852 Fax: 303-831-9251
    NCADV is dedicated to the empowerment of battered women and their children and therefore is committed to the elimination of personal and societal violence in the lives of battered women and their children. NCADV's work includes coalition building at the local, state, regional and national levels; support for the provision of community-based, non-violent alternatives - such as safe home and shelter programs - for battered women and their children; public education and technical assistance; policy development and innovative legislation.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
    TDD: 1-800-787-3224
    Toll free 24 hours a day, seven days a week English, Spanish & interpreters available to translate an additional 139 languages
  • National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
    Phone: 1-800-537-2238
    Fax: 717-545-9456
    Provides comprehensive information and resources, policy development and technical assistance to enhance community responses to domestic violence.
  • YWCA of Richmond 
     Hotline:  804-612-6126
     YWCA of Richmond, services include two shelter programs (Richmond & Chesterfield) two 24 hour crisis hotlines, short term crisis counseling services, support groups, hospital accompaniment and public education.

LGBTQ

  • LGBTQ Hotline
    • 804-793-9999
      Monday - Friday
      4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
     
  • Text: 804-793-9999 
  • LGBTQ Chat Line: www.VADATA.org/chat 

Suicide Prevention Hot Life Line

  • 1-800-273-8255

Offender Treatment Resources

  • Commonwealth Catholic Charities Intake coordinator 285-5900
  • Frank Manners and Associates - Frank Manners 672-8390

All Batterer Intervention Programs are

  • 36 hours over 24 weeks
  • Fees include $50 Assessment and $20 per group session
  • Anger Management classes are also available

NOTE:  Batterer Intervention sessions are targeted toward treating individuals who are abusive to those they are in intimate relationships with which includes abusive behavior toward their children.          

Anger management sessions are NOT the same as batterer intervention sessions.    

  • Our office doesn’t view abusive behavior and anger management through the same lense. 
  • Anger management is not described as intimate partner violence and intimate partner violence should not be referred to as an “anger” issue.  The two behaviors are not the same.   
    • For example: A person who abuses their significant other and/or their children is not having issues pertaining to anger management they are having issues with battering and/or domestic abuse.   
    • Please note the difference.  One cannot switch from one to the other. 
    • It is imperative that we stop confusing the terms for the safety of those who are being victimized.