Domestic Violence, & Sexual Assault Prevention
"We know that deep cultural change isn't going to happen overnight, it takes time, but it also takes smart, engaged, creative, committed people applying their best thinking to these issues, and it's going to take enough people in enough communities to decide that they've had enough."
—Mariska Hargitay, founder & president, Joyful Heart Foundation
Remember, no one asks to be abused. Victims are not at fault, the perpetrator is. Committing sexual assault or domestic violence is a crime and we need to hold individuals responsible for their criminal behavior.
If you have been abused, your immediate safety is first. If you are in danger, try to go to a safe place. Reach out for support. You deserve it!
If you are in immediate danger call 911 and ask for emergency assistance or call your local program or one of the National Hotlines below or their websites
|Beaverhead & Madison County
Victim/Witness Advocacy Program
|Butte Silver Bow County Attorney
Victim Witness Advocate Program
|Joyful Hearts Foundation
|Montana Coalition Against Domestic
& Sexual Violence
|Montana Legal Services Association
|National Domestic Violence Hotline||800-799-SAFE (7233)
|National Sexual Assault Hotline (RAINN)||1-800-656-HOPE (4673)
|National Teen Dating Violence Hotline||800-799-7233 or
|Safe Space, Inc.||406-782-9807 or
24-hr Crisis Line
|Sexual Assault - Dillon||406-842-5966|
|Women's Resource Community Support Center - Dillon|| 406-683-6106 Office
800-253-9811 24/7 Hotline
|National Suicide Prevention Lifelline