The Greater Richmond Regional Hotline operates as a collaborative service by five local agencies: The James House, Project Hope, Safe Harbor, Hanover Safe Place and the YWCA of Richmond.
One call to the hotline and you are directly connected to a local specialist who can offer support and connect callers to resources and experts in your area. The Hotline is available 24 hours per day and open to survivors and their support networks to offer information and connectivity to agencies dedicated to empowering survivors.
We’ve created this collaborative to provide a single, centralized resource for callers in need of crisis intervention, services, and/or resources.
The hotline serves survivors and their loved ones who need support navigating domestic, intimate partner, family, and/or sexual violence in Chesterfield, Richmond, Hanover, Henrico, Tri-Cities area and New Kent, Virginia. If you believe you or a loved one has experienced domestic, intimate partner or sexual violence, please call the Greater Richmond Regional Hotline. All calls are confidential. We are here to provide options, share resources, and support your decisions.
The Greater Richmond Regional Hotline relies on the support of our trained volunteers to help survivors of violence on their journey to recovery. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact your local agency’s Volunteer Coordinator for information on how to get started.
R-HART (the Regional Hospital Accompaniment Response Team) is a collaboration between Hanover Safe Place, Safe Harbor, the YWCA of Richmond, Bon Secours Richmond Health System, and the VCU MedicalCenter/MCV. This team of volunteers responds to patients in the emergency rooms of St. Mary’s Hospital, Memorial Regional Medical Center, Richmond Community Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center, the Watkins Centre, Henrico Doctors Hospital-Forest Campus, Henrico Doctors Hospital-Parham Campus, Henrico Doctors Hospital-Retreat Campus, and the VCU Medical Center.