GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WZZM) -- Here in West Michigan, there are services to help victims of domestic violence.
The YWCA provides support, as well as prevention programs.
The services include emergency shelter and counseling.
If you need help, it's available 24 hours.
"They don't have to put up with this any longer," said the YWCA's Rebecca Diffin. "There are individuals here at the YWCA who are here to help. Thats's our job: it's to be here to help emotionally, financially. We have counseling, housing. All the services that we have here are there to help individuals in that situation."
The YWCA also helps women find work.
If you're in a domestic violence situation, call the 24-hour crisis hotline at 616-451-2744.