24 hr. Hotline
Canyon Creek Services operates a 24-hour hotline that serves as a place survivors can get questions answered, get emotional support, or inquire about shelter services. Our hotline is operated by Victim Advocates who are trained and certified to work with survivors.
Canyon Creek Services operates a 24-hour emergency shelter for survivors and their children fleeing domestic violence. For inquiries about shelter services, please call our hotline at
Canyon Creek Services provides a variety of services from our main street location including protective orders, safety planning, emotional support, housing advocacy, child and youth services, and other general advocacy services. We have trained and certified Victim Advocates on staff to assist survivors with individual service plans to meet their own individual needs. Call our offices or come in to make an appointment.
Our Lethality Assessment Coordinator at Canyon Creek works directly with law enforcement on the screening of domestic violence situations within intimate partner relationships. The screening is known as the Lethality Assessment Protocol (LAP) which links survivors to our services. These services include emergency shelter, court advocacy, and community resource referral. Canyon Creek and law enforcement undergo ongoing training for the best practice of LAP implementation and can attest to its success in keeping survivors safe in our community.
Child & Youth Advocacy
Canyon Creek Services provides services to children and youth who have experienced domestic and sexual violence and abuse as either direct or indirect victims. The CCS Victim Services Department has a specialized Child &Youth Victim Advocate whose responsibilities include safety planning, individual and court advocacy, implementing and overseeing programming (such as events and groups) and resource referral services for parenting, child care and more. Our advocates are trained in trauma-informed practices to help the children we serve to heal and grow.