Page Regional Domestic Violence Services mission is to reduce the incidence of domestic violence and sexual assault in the region through a coordinated community response to family violence, by providing a comprehensive service system for primary and secondary victims (children), promoting legal sanctions and providing intensive treatment for offenders.
PRDVS's service areas is comprised of the following locations:
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Our services are delivered in a culturally sensitive, respectful manner and are free of discrimination on the basis of race, religion, culture or sexual orientation.
Our staff is culturally diversified.
ALL victim services are free and confidential for Victims.
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Domestic Violence as defined by law is physical acts of violence (pushing, hitting, choking, kicking, biting, slapping, pinching), sexual assault, endangerment, threatening, intimidation, and harassment, interfering with the custody of a child, trespass or damage to your property, animal cruelty (injuring or killing a victim's pet), restraint, kidnapping or holding one a prisoner, preventing a person from using the phone, assault with his/her body or a weapon, display of a deadly weapon or threaten with deadly weapon and photographing, videotaping, filming or recording without your knowledge
is committed by spouse or former spouse, a parent of your child, a person who lives or has lived in the same household as you, has had a romantic or sexual relationship, including same sex partners, related by blood or court ordered as a parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother or sister, related by marriage or a person who has resided in the same household with a child.