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Mission Statement

Leading our community to broad-based solutions to prevent domestic abuse.


For over 30 years, Chrysalis has been serving the needs of women, children and men who are trying to break the cycle of domestic violence and abuse. Chrysalis offers a 24-hour crisis shelter, transitional housing, outpatient counseling, victim advocacy, offender treatment, and community outreach and education.

Guided by Chrysalis programs and its staff, clients are equipped with the knowledge and skills to initiate positive changes in their lives and break away from verbal, physical, emotional, financial, and sexual abuse.

Chrysalis supports more than 1,400 individuals each year in its various programs. Volunteers are critical to sustaining the critical services offered at Chrysalis.



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Average Review 6 reviews

Would you recommend Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence?

by Deborah M. (April 1, 2015)
I have been involved with Chrysalis for over 25 years as a client, as a volunteer, and as a board member. This organization has both heart and soul for helping all of its clients no matter their gender or race or age or religion. I am very proud of my affiliation with Chrysalis and would encourage people who really want to help make a difference to volunteer here.
by Susan P. (April 1, 2015)
I have had the opportunity to work with the Chrysalis organization for three years. The staff is caring and compassionate, their dedication to the mission of the organization shows in everything they do. I would recommend Chrysalis to anyone who is looking to volunteer along side some amazing people!
by Tania R. (December 8, 2014)
This Place is HORRIBLE! Its Dirty and Dangerous. The Staff are Racist and Go Through and Steal your Things when you leave. When u call, they rush you off the phone or will just hang up in your face. They don't keep your wellness appts, your food is always stolen. If you dont comply with them, they will call CPS with false claims and have your children taken from you. They help all the white women with housing and clothing before they help the minorities. I had such a Sickening Experience here and hate to see any other women go through this If you really need help and Shelter I STRONGLY Suggest Any Place but this one.
by april m R. (June 4, 2014)
I was a client last year and l was treated very well by the staff love them all,god bless Chrysalis House
by tatika d. (July 8, 2013)
they staff members there very racist. they treat the white clients with all the respect and they black clients are treated like nothing.very bad place the clients eats and steal food from each other and nearly all of them are still using drugs and staff knows this and dont test them