Voices Against Violence Still Offering Services & Support During Pandemic

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FRAMINGHAM – Voices Against Violence may not be operating out of their offices, but the Framingham-based organization is still providing full services to victims of sexual and domestic violence. 

Though there is no face-to-face counseling, Voices counselors and case managers are continuing to provide all of their services remotely and online, said the organization. 

This is a particularly dangerous time for survivors of domestic violence who may be quarantined or sheltering in place with the person causing them harm, reminded the organization.

With that context in mind, it’s more important now than ever before that victims can chat confidentially by phone or online with survivors of sexual and domestic violence in the MetroWest Area. 

The organization has a new web chat service, in which a survivor can speak to a counselor in real-time by typing on their phone or computer.

  • Voices Against Violence is available to chat online with survivors of sexual and domestic violence from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at rc.chat/voices 
  • Voices Against Violence is available 24/7 on our support line. Call 508-626-8686. 
  • 24/7 Medical Advocacy is available for survivors in the Emergency Room by phone.
  • ​Voices is sheltering victims in imminent danger at a safe location. Call our support line at 508-626-8686.


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