Our crisis line is free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. If you want to speak to a trained advocate about yourself, a friend, or a relative, please call our 24-hour domestic violence and sexual assault crisis line.

A trained advocate will answer and can offer support, answer questions, help you develop a safety plan, or refer you to someone else who can assist with your needs.

We are always here to help.

Call us at 860-482-7133

Statewide Toll-Free Hotlines

Domestic Violence: 888-774-2900

Sexual Assault: 888-999-5545

Linea En Easo De Crisis Las 24 Horas

Volencia Domestica: 844-831-9200 

Agresion Sexual: 888-568-8332

Susan B. Anthony Project has a temporary emergency shelter for people actively fleeing domestic violence and/or sexual assault. The shelter is staffed 24/7 and is in a confidential location, with safety being a top concern.

In shelter, clients can receive voluntary and individualized counseling, advocacy, and case management services from Susan B. Anthony Project advocates.

Shelter residents’ safety is our top concern.


Call us at 860-482-7133

Susan B. Anthony Project offers transitional housing and services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking.

Transitional Services

Transitional services are designed for people who want to transition to a life free of abuse. Everyone’s needs are unique, so we work with you to create a plan that meets your needs and situation.

We can help you…

  • Find a place to live
  • Find a job
  • Get into job training or return to school
  • Write your resume
  • Work on your budget

Transitional Housing

Single victims and victims with children who are accepted in this program can participate from 6 months to 2 years. All counseling, advocacy, and case management services are individualized to meet the needs of the residents.

This program may be for you if…

  • You are leaving an abusive situation and are ready to begin healing and making changes in your life
  • You want to work on vocational or educational goals
  • You are ready to make a commitment to this kind of program

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Susan B. Anthony Project has trained advocates to work with victims or survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. Counseling sessions are typically one-on-one, but larger support groups are also offered.

We can also help you if you’re a relative or friend of someone who is a victim.

Support Groups

Victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault often feel very alone, and that no one can understand or relate to their experiences. You are not alone. Support groups can be a place to learn coping skills and lend support to others. You can also gain strength from others in your group.

Support groups can cover topics such as:

  • Healing from trauma
  • Surviving traumatic experiences
  • Building self-esteem

Visit our calendar and follow us on social media to learn more about our current and upcoming support group offerings.

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Susan B. Anthony Project advocates are here to help you navigate stressful, unfamiliar experiences and environments.

Advocates can accompany you and advocate for you in court or in the emergency room. We can also help you decide if you want to contact the police, apply for a restraining order, or go for a medical exam.

Call us at 860-482-7133

Susan B. Anthony Project has staff specially trained to work with children and teens.

We’re also available to counsel and support parents of children and teens who have witnessed or experienced domestic violence, dating violence, or sexual assault. You can talk to our child advocates by phone or meet with them in person.

We have a beautiful playroom at our Counseling and Advocacy Center at 179 Water Street in Torrington. Kids love it!

Call us at 860-482-7133