top of page

Crisis Support

We provide immediate advocacy, safety planning, and crisis intervention for survivors. Individuals can call the 24-hour helpline open 365 days a year for immediate help.

Safe Passage helps survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault. Individuals can call our 24-hour crisis helpline 365 days a year. We provide immediate advocacy, safety planning, and crisis intervention for survivors. As part of our 24-hour response services, Safe Passage advocates are on call with Kootenai Health, supporting survivors throughout any medical exams, law enforcement interviews and, throughout the legal process.

victim advocacy during crisis
If you are being threatened, call the 24 hour helpline for immediate assistace

Crisis Support


Text - (208) 449-7228

Domestic Abuse

  • 24-hour advocacy

  • Safety planning 

  • Emergency shelter 

  • Hospital/medical advocacy

  • Counseling with a licensed, trauma informed counselor

  • Referrals for other services such as housing resources and financial assistance 

  • Information and support through the judicial process

  • Education on the signs of abuse, barriers to leaving, emotional and psychological abuse, financial abuse, and the dynamics of power and control in a relationship

Sexual Assault

  • 24-hour advocacy

  • Support through medical exams

  • Accompaniment during law enforcement interviews and through the legal process

  • Coordination with law enforcement, prosecutor’s office, and necessary referrals to community resources

  • Coordination with law enforcement

  • 24-hour hospital advocacy to survivors of sexual assault/abuse

  • Free counseling with a licensed, trauma informed counselor

  • Access to our safe shelter for up to 30 days

Signs of Domestic Abuse

Healing from Sexual Assault


Access to Our Safe Shelter

Victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault also have access to our safe shelter

Our confidential, safe shelter offers survivors of domestic abuse or sexual assault and their children up to 30 days of safe shelter, on-site advocacy, safety planning, food, clothing, clean bedding, and hygiene necessities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Case management is available to help survivors connect with services such as subsidized housing, employment support, transportation assistance, childcare resources, and other services as appropriate.

bottom of page