Walk-In Crisis Counseling

Crisis Advocates assist walk-in clients with safety plans, risk assessments, resources, legal advocacy, no-cost attorney consultations and therapy, essential pantry items, referrals, and emergency services as needed. Next Door Solutions provides resources to community services that address hunger, homelessness, and health needs that allow survivors to rebuild their lives in a sustainable way.

24/7 Hotline: Provides crisis counseling, information, and referrals. Translations services are available to ensure we can help everyone in need.

If you are in crisis and would like to speak with an Advocate, please call our hotline 24/7 at 408-279-2962.

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Legal Support

Legal advocacy provides survivors with assistance:

  • completing and filing Emergency Orders of Protection and Restraining Orders
  • information to better understand legal rights and how the courts work
  • referrals to internal attorney no-cost services and follow-up services and referrals to external no/low-cost legal services
  • Peaceful Contact workshops

Peaceful Contact is a type of restraining order issued in domestic violence cases to a person by the court allowing the restrained person to contact the protected person as long as all contact is peaceful.  Advocates provide clients with information on how to navigate the legal system according to the provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).

Next Door Solutions provides referrals for clients needing assistance in filing U- Visas and T-Visas (specific visas for victims of domestic violence and of human trafficking).  A  confidential Virtual Legal Clinic is available so clients can schedule an appointment to speak, online, with an attorney on any legal matter.

If you need immediate assistance, please call our hotline 24/7 at 408-279-2962.

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“Thanks to the help I received through case management services at Next Door Solutions, I am now more independent – and living in a home free from abuse with an income that I am able to control.”

Crystal, Self Sufficiency Program Participant