If you or someone you love has experienced intimate partner abuse or sexual assault, our specially trained crisis counselors are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Center for Women and Families offers services to all survivors of domestic or sexual violence. Our clients include men and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in addition to women and dependent children. The Center for Women and Families imposes no income eligibility standards on individuals receiving assistance, and eligible participants receive services free of charge. Domestic Violence and Computer Safety Our website provides information about our services, resources for victims and survivors, and quizzes to help determine if your relationship is a healthy one. Please, before you begin exploring our site, learn more about domestic violence and computer safety. Did you know that computers store everything you do on the computer and every site that you visit on the Internet? Despite your best efforts, it is never possible to clear or delete all evidence of your computer history. If you think that your partner is tracking your internet activity, please consider using computers at public libraries, community colleges and coffee shops rather than at your home. Also, asking trusted family members or friends if you could use a computer at their home is a good option.