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If your family member, caregiver, or intimate partner makes you feel unsafe in any way, we can help.

Domestic violence is not your fault.

It is a community problem that affects people from every walk of life.

We support people of all genders, races, ethnicities, cultures, sexual preferences, and income levels.

We see you. We hear you. We don’t judge you. We meet you where you are.

All of our services are free and confidential.

HOTLINE: 413.536.1628

Alianza means alliance.

We stand together with survivors of domestic violence.

We Listen. We Believe. We Support. This is what we do. This is who we are.

Every survivor and situation is unique. No matter where you are in your journey, we will support you. Some people stay with their abuser. Some leave. Some interact with us for years before they make a decision.

Only YOU know what you want and need. We are here to help you stay safe and move towards the goals you define for yourself.

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Find Emergency Shelter

We can help you find safe housing. For you and your children.

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Get 1:1 Advocacy & Support

We work with you one on one. Many of our advocates are survivors themselves.

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Build a Personal Safety Plan

Figure out what to do first, second
and third.

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Join a Support Group

You’re not alone. Talk and get the support of others.

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Navigate The Court System

Get help with restraining orders and legal documents.

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Access Information & Referrals

We have 40 years worth of community connections. Get all the services you need.

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If someone in your life is experiencing domestic violence, learn how you can help them.

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Help us end domestic violence.

Volunteer your time or make a donation to support Alianza.

Alianza is dedicated to assisting,
supporting and empowering those
whose lives are affected by
battering and abuse.

Founded in 1980 as a grassroots collective, Alianza has sheltered more than 10,000 women and children and assisted 22,000 others through community-based support programs. Annually, we shelter approximately 80 to 100 women and 140 children.