When you call the Sarah’s Inn crisis line, a staff member or trained volunteer will make sure you (and your children) are safe, listen to your experience, and find out how Sarah’s Inn can help.
If you are ready, you can schedule an initial meeting with a Sarah’s Inn advocate. Once you meet with your advocate, they will be able to create a plan to support you. This could include a safety plan, emotional support, resources, short term advocacy, or learning more about counseling options.
Oftentimes, isolation is a means of control and beginning to work with an advocate is a way of disrupting that sense of isolation and to begin to find connection again.
So even if you are not ready to end the relationship or to move out, call Sarah’s Inn at 708-386-4225 to begin getting the support and resources you need.