Other Victim Services
Pathways Domestic Violence Shelter
Pathways offers emergency shelter for individuals and families who are fleeing from domestic violence. We provide a homelike atmosphere with trained professionals who are staffed 24/7. Services and resources are provided to assist our guests in healing and gaining independence. We look at providing clients the opportunity to gain self-sufficiency and self-worth.
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence is a pattern of violent and coercive behaviors including physical, sexual, and psychological attacks as well as economic coercion that adults or adolescents use against their intimate partners.
Victims of domestic violence often struggle with feelings of helplessness, shame, and fear. Many are unaware that there is help available. The victim may have limited financial resources, may not be a legal citizen, or may have other reasons they continue to stay with the abuser. Victim advocates do not make judgments or tell you what you have to do. The choice is yours.
Many times, a victim is forced or coerced into losing touch with family or friends. If someone you know is being abused, let them know you care. Let them know there is hope and help available.
- Crisis Intervention
- Medical Advocacy
- Legal Advocacy
- Community Advocacy
- Support Groups
- Training and Presentations
Pathways Contact Information
Office: (435) 843-1677
Crisis Line: (435) 231-3557
Tooele Community Resource Center
38 South Main, Tooele, UT 84074
ALL SERVICES ARE CONFIDENTIAL AND PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE