Freedom House Counseling Services
Freedom House Counselors provide crisis-intervention and supportive counseling for clients and their non-offending significant others. Counseling can be done on an individual, group, or family basis. The primary goal of these services is to help clients begin a journey of empowerment and return to pre-trauma functioning.
Our approach is client-centered, recognizing that each client’s needs are different, and that they will be empowered in nondirective ways to make their own choices. We also have staff who specialize in counseling children and teens.
We can’t do it without you! Your contribution helps provide emergency temporary housing to innocent victims and their dependent children. Every dollar you give will help pay for a night of shelter and services for a family in need of comfort and safety. THANK YOU for considering our request.
1 in 3 women is physically abused by an intimate partner.
1 in 4 men is physically abused by an intimate partner.
1 in 5 women is raped during her lifetime.
1 in 38 men have experienced completed or attempted raped during his lifetime.
Our secure 32-bed shelter, staffed 24/7/365, is located at 440 Elm Place in Princeton, (815) 872-0087.
Since 1983, Freedom House has provided a safe and free haven for victims of domestic and sexual violence and their children. Freedom House serves the residents of Bureau, Henry, Marshall, Putnam, and Stark Counties and is supported by government and corporate grants, and donations from our community.
544 Tenney St., Suite 1
Kewanee, IL 61443
105 S. Chicago St., Suite 2
Geneseo, IL 61254
Bilingual (Spanish) Services
- 815-872-0087 or 800-474-6031 – Spanish-speaking advocates available.
Henry County Court House
307 W Center Street
Cambridge, IL 61254
414 Fifth Street
Lacon, IL 61540