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What type of services do you provide?
PSFS provides crisis intervention and community outreach services pertaining to sexual violence. These services are offered to victims and their non-offending family members, schools, churches, community organizations and much more. Please see more details about our Crisis Intervention and Community Outreach programs on our Services page.
Do you charge for therapy sessions?
PSFS provides individual and group counseling to those who live in our Service Area. The first ten visits are free to survivors of sexual assault and their non-offending family members. Household income must be presented at time of initial visit. After ten visits, PSFS works on a sliding scale and no one is turned away for lack of funds. We work with the Victims of Crime program, but do not accept any form of health insurance or medi-cal. If you are interested in receiving counseling services at Project Sister Family Services, please contact our office at (909) 623-1619 to be added to our waitlist.
How do I schedule someone to come out and speak at my school or community group?
Call Project Sister Family Services at (909) 623-1619 and ask to speak to the Outreach Services Department to schedule a presentation.
What kind of volunteer opportunities do you offer?
PSFS offers many volunteer opportunies. You can volunteer on our 24-hour hotline, help on various board committees, or become a Board Member. For more detailed information, please visit our Get Involved page.
Do you accept clothing donations?
PSFS does not have a shelter, therefore we do not accept used clothing. New sweatsuits are always needed for our hospital accompaniment kits. For more information on this, please contact our Hotline/SART Department at (909) 623-1619.