All of our services are free and confidential.
24-Hour Crisis Line
Help is available 24 hours, 7 days a week at 1-888-886-2327.
Information and Referral
We work with many other agencies to meet your needs.
We cannot give legal advice, but we can help you to understand your rights. We can explain the legal process and help you work with the criminal justice system. We can also go with you to court and help with filing restraining orders.
We can go with you and support you if you have medical needs related to sexual assault or domestic violence.
We help to identify your needs and options. We can help you choose the right services that fit your needs.
We will help you create a plan to keep you and your family safe. This can include: finding emergency or temporary shelter, help with transportation, and more. Reporting to law enforcement, filing for restraining orders, etc., are your decisions. We will not force you to do anything you are not comfortable doing.
Supportive Listening / Emotional Support
We are here to listen, provide support, help you understand your options, help you set your own goals, and problem solve throughout the entire healing process. We can help anyone, whether abuse has happened in the past or recently.
We offer a support group for survivors. Our group is open to all survivors regardless of whether you’ve used our services previously.
We provide education in schools, to the community, and to professionals. Please call us for more information.
Brighter Tomorrows seeks to embrace equality and diversity in empowering individuals to create a safer personal environment within Monroe County. Through education, collaboration and encouragement of personal choice, Brighter Tomorrows strives to reduce domestic violence and sexual assault in the communities we serve and advocate for a non-violent society.