DVIS offers group and individual counseling for people affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and adult sex trafficking. DVIS staff have been trained to work with survivors who have experienced trauma in a number of venues including but not limited to military sexual trauma, workplace sexual harassment and DV/SA experiences on college campuses
There are many ways to receive help from a DVIS counselor:
- Crisis intervention regarding imminent physical and/or emotional safety needs can be addressed by the crisis counselor onsite anytime during business hours. We are open in Tulsa and Sapulpa, Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm. You don’t have to have an appointment!
- Speak with a DVIS advocate 24/7 by calling our Crisis and Information Line at 918-743-5763 or 918.7HELP.ME
- Text SAFE to 207-777 daily from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. to speak with a live DVIS advocate
Ongoing counseling can be scheduled by calling 918-585-3163
DVIS has daycare available at our counseling offices, at the Family Safety Center and a two star licensed facility at our emergency shelter. We know that seeking help with sexual and domestic violence can be a lot. We know having help, such as daycare, can make it a little easier to get help. Our daycare staff will take care of your children while you attend group, fill out paperwork, or meet with an advocate.