Domestic Abuse / Sexual Violence

Martha's Vineyard

Aquinnah Police Department
Randhi Belain
Phone: 508-645-2313
Fax: 508-645-2316
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The Mission of the Aquinnah Police Department is to prevent crime, preserve order, and to protect the rights, lives and property of all people... See More

Chilmark Police Department
Phone: 508 645-3310
Fax: 508 645-3101
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The Chilmark Police Department is committed to providing quality police to our community with the highest level of professionalism and integrity... See More

Dukes County Sheriff's Office Communications Center
Susan Schofield
Phone: 508-693-1212
Fax: 508-693-7671
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Regional Dispatch Center that handles all 911 emergency calls for Police, Fire and EMS. Also handles non-emergency calls for various Island agencies, for example, Animal Control... See More

Edgartown Police Department
Officer William Bishop
Phone: 508-627-4343
Fax: 508-627-4577
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It is the mission of the Edgartown Police Department to provide our community with the finest police service possible... See More

Martha's Vineyard Community Services
Phone: 508-693-7900
Fax: 508-693-7192
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Martha’s Vineyard Community Services (MVCS) is a health, education and human services agency serving Islanders of every economic circumstance and offering services that would otherwise be unaffordable or completely unavailable... See More

Martha's Vineyard Times Support Group Listings
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Weekly listings and contact information for support groups on Martha’s Vineyard. See More

Massachusetts State Police
Phone: 508-693-0545
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The Massachusetts State Police Division of Field Services Mission is to provide Uniformed Policing and Patrol Services throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in order to: Facilitate Motor Vehicle Crash and Fatality Reduction utilizing Proactive Enforcement and Education to ensure the Safe, Efficient, and Expeditious Flow of Traffic... See More

Oak Bluffs Council on Aging
Rose Cogliano
Phone: 508-693-4509 x3
Fax: 508-693-7655
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The Oak Bluffs Council on Aging’s primary mission is to promote and provide programs and services that foster dignity, independence, and life long learning for elderly citizens... See More

Oak Bluffs Police Department
Phone: 508-693-0750
Fax: 508-693-7657
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The Oak Bluffs Police Department is currently comprised of 15 full time sworn officers, 5 year round special officers and 2 civilian employees... See More

St Andrew's Episcopal Church
Chip Seadale
Phone: 508-627-5330
Fax: 508-627-4318
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A delightful, spirited community of faith that offers love and caring to all, and a connection with Jesus Christ, whom we follow, and God, whom we worship and praise... See More

Tisbury Police Department
Phone: 508-696-4240
Fax: 508-693-5543
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The primary mission of the Tisbury Police Department is to serve the people of Tisbury by ensuring the community’s safety, security, and quality of life through a partnership with the community... See More

West Tisbury Police Department
Phone: 508-693-0020
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Town of West Tisbury Police Department. See More

Off Island

Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs
Phone: 800-AGE-INFO (800-243-4636)
Fax: 617-727-9368
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Elder Affairs connects seniors and families with a whole range of services in communities throughout Massachusetts – everything from senior centers to councils on aging, nutrition programs such as Meals on Wheels, exercise, health coaching, and much more... See More

Providence VA Medical Center
Phone: 401-457-3336 (M-F 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
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The Providence VA Medical Center is dedicated to providing high quality comprehensive outpatient and inpatient health care to Veterans residing in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts... See More

US DOJ Elder Justice Initiative
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A resource website from the United States Department of Justices for: victims of elder abuse and financial exploitation and their families; practitioners who serve them; law enforcement agencies and prosecutors; and researchers seeking to understand and address this silent epidemic plaguing our nation’s elders... See More