Healing from the Inside Out
Our free clinical services are available to anyone in need of counseling regarding domestic violence. Licensed therapists provide individual counseling for adults and children.
Group sessions are also available. Safehome’s domestic violence counseling in Overland Park can provide the opportunity to:
- Begin the healing process in a non-judgmental, safe environment
- Improve functioning in areas of concern resulting from domestic violence through individual counseling and group counseling
- To support clients, empowering them to achieve their individual outcome objectives through a therapeutic environment that is healing, client-centered, and outcomes-oriented
Who We Serve
To receive any Safehome service, the first step is calling our hotline so we can assess your individual situation and recommend the best course of action. To confidentially discuss your situation with a hotline advocate, please call our 24-hour hotline at (913) 262-2868.
Note: Safehome will not serve minors without consent of the parent(s) or legal guardian(s). Safehome is only required to obtain the consent from one parent or legal guardian. It is up to the discretion of that parent to inform other legal custodians of the details of services. Safehome does not provide services to abusers.
Various group therapy opportunities are available to clients throughout the year as part of our domestic violence counseling in Overland Park. No appointment is needed to attend a group therapy session.
Click on the EVENTS tab and go to Support Groups for more information, or call Safehome’s hotline at (913) 262-2868 to get a current list of group therapy opportunities available. Therapy services will be provided by a staff therapist or by a graduate student therapist.
Staff therapists hold a Master’s degree in a Mental Health Field and are licensed by the State of Kansas in their specific discipline, or are under contract for supervision towards licensure. Graduate student therapists are completing a Master’s degree in a Mental Health Field, are under close supervision by a Safehome staff therapist, and by clinical faculty members from the university where they are enrolled.
Safehome is a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of domestic violence in our community.
We offer free services, including a 24-hour hotline, shelter, individual and group counseling, and court and legal assistance. Through these programs, approximately 8,000 individuals each year receive the support they need to live independent and violence-free lives. Since 1980, our vision has been the same- to empower survivors and their children to live a life free of domestic violence.