CONNECT to end violence Relocates

CONNECT to end violence office moves to Edgartown

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) CONNECT to end violence program has relocated to a new space in Edgartown. CONNECT to end violence, which provides domestic violence, rape crisis and supervised visitation services on the Island, is open for business at its new location.

The new office phone number is 774-549-9667. For existing clients, Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis Counselor individual extensions remain the same. The new office fax number is 774-549-6908 and the TTY number is 774-549-9659. The 24 hour crisis hotline number remains the same at 508-696-SAFE (7233). If you are in need of walk-in services or to make an appointment, please contact CONNECT to end violence for directions to their new location.

“We look forward to continue serving our community with quality care and providing our clients with an accessible location to best meet their needs,” said Jennifer Neary, CONNECT to end violence Program Director.

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About CONNECT to end violence:

CONNECT to end violence is a program of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services. CONNECT to end violence provides free and confidential services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence; as well as family members/significant others. CONNECT’s core services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, short-term counseling, court advocacy, medical accompaniment and referral services. The CONNECT Supervised Visitation Program provides families access to safe, neutral, and quality visitation services. Funding is provided by the Mass. Department of Children and Families, Department of Public Health, the Massachusetts Office of Victim Assistance. Visit MVCS online at www.mvcommunityservices.com.