Response to COVID-19
CASFV has implemented screening procedures to ensure the safety of clients, staff, interns, and volunteers while continuing to provide services to those experiencing sexual and domestic violence in our community.
For emergency shelter and crisis intervention services contact: CASFV 24-hr Crisis Hopeline at 915.593.7300
For current clients, advocacy and therapeutic appointments will continue via telephone. New clients interested in registering for services, please contact us to schedule a phone intake by calling our Family Resource Center at 915.595.2238
All group sessions are cancelled until further notice.
If you are unable or do not feel comfortable calling our services but need to speak to someone, we can refer you to the Love Is Respect's, national text services available 24-hours. Text LOVEIS to 22522
Hospital Accompaniment Response Team (HART): To ensure patient safety, El Paso area hospitals have placed visitor restrictions. Per guidelines, CASFV's HART program is restricted from entering hospital settings. Regardless, survivors have the right to an advocate and the hospitals will ensure survivors connect with us.
Safety planning: CASFV conducts safety planning via 24-hr Crisis Hopeline at 915.593.7300
- For an interactive, personalized guide to safety planning visit Love Is Respect.
- For additional information on safety planning, visit National Domestic Violence Hotline.
- Sexual assault survivors in El Paso area hospitals will be connected to an advocate via phone call
- Clients will be informed of their rights and of CASFV's services
UPDATED: MAR. 23, 2020