Quigley House Services

If you need immediate help call 911

Quigley House 24 hr Helpline 1-800-339-5017 Florida Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-500-1119
National Domestic Abuse Hotline: 1-800-799-7233  For individuals who may require accommodations, see the  Quigley House Auxiliary Aid Plan revised 4.23.19

The following Quigley House services are provided free to victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault:

24 Hour Shelter:

Our shelter is staffed 24 hours a day 7 days a week by trained Resident Advocates. Victims of DV typically stay up to 8 weeks, depending on the individual case. Women, men, children, elderly and LGBTQ are all welcome to our services.

Individual, Group, and Child Counseling
24 Hour Crisis Hotline:

Staffed by trained advocates who provide crisis intervention, safety planning and information and referral to primary and/or secondary victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.

Sexual Assault Crisis Center:

 Trained Sexual Assault advocates provide crisis counseling, create safety plans, assist during optional forensic medical examinations, etc.

Community Education:

 Presentations provided to community businesses, practices, faith-based organizations, schools, etc to educate the community on the prevalence of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, identify tools for prevention and intervention and build general awareness of Quigley House Services.

Case Management:

 Our in-house case manager provides support and step-by-step help with individuals or families to help them create a sustainable living for themselves once they leave shelter.

Economic Justice:

Clients receive access to training and resources in order to address the economic conditions that create barriers to long-term independence and the safety of survivors and their children.

Injunction for Protection Project Attorney:

Attorney provides legal counseling and represents domestic violence victims so they may obtain injunctions for protection against violence from their abusers.

Pet Kennel:

 Statistics tell us that abusers will often use pets to gain power and control over their victims. Whether it is neglect, physical abuse, or threatening to kill them. Since pets are part of the family it is incredibly difficult to leave them behind which often deters victims from leaving their situations. With the addition of our pet kennel and small animal facility, we are able to accommodate our participants who bring their pets with them.