People With a Passion to Reduce Domestic Violence
The mission of St. Paul VI Parish is to reduce the incidence of domestic violence by educating our community about domestic abuse, raising awareness of community resources, and supporting those affected in seeking help.
AWARENESS To make the community aware of the devastating effects that domestic violence has on victims and their families.
SERVICE To provide information about services available to help victims escape the entrapment of domestic violence.
PREVENTION To educate our youth on how to avoid unhealthy relationships with the objective of stopping domestic violence before it starts.
If you are in immediate danger, please call 911.
National Domestic Abuse Hotline
State of Illinois Helpline
Teen Dating Abuse 24/7 Helpline
St. Paul VI Parish Counselor
Crisis intervention, shelter, legal advocacy emergency financial assistance.
Support groups, legal advocacy, counseling adults, children and teens, and counseling men who abuse.
Aging Protective Services
Investigation and follow-up services for adults over 60, plus disabled ages 18 to 59.
Archdiocese of Chicago Domestic Violence Outreach
Congress designated February as Teen Dating Violence Month in 2010 to help bring greater awareness to the dangers and consequences of teen dating violence.
Click here for more information.
Locations & Contact information
New to St. Paul VI?
Archdiocese Covid-19 Updates
Connect With Us
Search our site