Community Domestic Violence Intervention Program for Lincoln County Nebraska

Stop the cycle of violence.
                       It begins with you.




CDVIP Programs


ONE DOOR - ONE STOP CENTER
Community Partnership Providing Help
for Hurting Families



We have a team of people who can help with many services to eliminate the need for you to travel all over town to get help. 
About Your Visit with Us 

Everyone who comes to the One Door-One Stop Center can sit down one-on-one with an advocate who will serve as your guide to getting the help that you (and your family) need from the various agencies in our community. Many of these agencies will have representatives available on-site that you can meet with one on one and confidentially. You will see that your safety is our top priority. We know often times your children have already heard more than you want them to. We want you to feel comfortable talking openly with us, so we have a fun playroom full of toys for your children to stay in, during your visit, that is under the supervision of an adult volunteer.
Fees 

There are no fees for services at the One Door -One Stop Protect. 

Eligibility 

Anyone who is experiencing or has experienced domestic abuse is eligible to receive services. Children are welcome to use the child friendly play room while the parent is 
receiving services. 

Dates & Hours 

The One Door -One Stop Center is open on the 2nd Friday of each month from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. CST.
How Do I Get There? 

The One Door One Stop Center is held at the Rape/Domestic Abuse Program, located at 414 East A in North Platte, Nebraska.  
Click here for driving directions and a location map.

Immediate Assistance 
24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Rape / Domestic Abuse Crisis Line: 308-534-3495
or for the program serving your area: 1-800-876-6238
Frequently Asked Questions


When is the Center open? 
The center is open the 2nd Friday of each month from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. 

Do I need an appointment? 
No. You can walk in for services. 

Can I bring my children with me? 
Yes. We have a playroom for the children that is supervised by an adult volunteer. 

Can I bring a friend for support? 
Yes. However. when you speak to one of the staff. your friend may be asked to wait in the reception area. 

Can I get a protection order while at the One Door-One Stop Center? 
Yes. Staff can assist you with filing a petition for a protection order. 

Can I return for additional services? 
Yes. We encourage you to take advantage of all appropriate services. 

What if the available staff can't help me with my particular problem? 
Our skilled community partners will help to ensure that you receive all of the resources and referrals that you  may need. 
Community Partners 


Rape/Domestic Abuse Program
Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center
Community Domestic Violence Intervention Program
Lincoln County Attorney's Office
Nebraska Legal Aid
District 11 Probation Office
NE Department of Health & Human Services
Migrant Farmworkers
Lincoln County Victim/Witness Unit
North Platte Police Department
Lincoln County Sheriffs Office
Nebraska State Patrol 
And more. 
Available Services 
  • Safety Planning
  • Crisis Counseling and Support
  • Legal Advocacy and Representation
  • Filing a prated ion order and/or a police report
  • Helping with relocation and or shelter / housing
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Accessing benefits
  • A probation officer to answer questions if the person 
    hurting you is currently on probation.
  • A prosecutor can answer any questions you may have 
    about the criminal justice system.
  • And more.

The One Door - One Stop Center is a project of the Lincoln County Coordination Response
to Domestic Violence Team and is made possible in part by Grant No. 10-VW-704
awarded by the Nebraska Crime Commission.
 


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Community Domestic Violence Intervention Program (CDVIP)    |    102 East Third Street, Suite 204    |    North Platte, Nebraska 69101    |    308.534.5879    |    email


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