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Medical Services

  • Provide immediate and confidential hospital advocacy.
  • Work with Sexual Assault
    Nurse Examiner nurse to complete free forensic exams
  • Address immediate and follow up medical needs.
  • Coordinate referrals to ensure safety when released.

Emergency Shelter

  • Provide immediate and confidential shelter to anyone in imminent danger.
  • Emergency short term stay options
  • Longer stay options would be made available at location to be determined (shelter) for individuals needing a longer stay.

Advocacy
and
Counseling

  • Ensure that the right to safety are protected through the legal process.
  • File protection orders.
  • Accompany clients to and from civil and criminal court hearings.

24-hour Crisis Intervention

  • Provide immediate and confidential crisis intervention advocacy to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.
  • 24 hour hot-line.
  • Emergency housing.
  • On-scene response (when deemed safe by law enforcement).
  • Hospital response.

Case Management

  • Connect individuals to wrap around services provided by our partnerships with government and community based agencies.
  • Enhanced case management would provide on-going and long-term safety planning, medical, nutritional and/or other health services, public assistance services: life skill classes, financial planning/advice, resume writing and interview preparation classes.

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Many Thanks from RU2T

Back County Boutique
Cascade Medical Center
Dix Brown Trust
Donnelly Area Chamber of Commerce
H&H Towing
Iron Woman Construction
Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
Mountain Central Association of Realtors
Payette Lakes Progressive Club
RE/MAX Resort Realty
Stibnite Foundation
St Luke’s: Community Health Improvement Fund
The Friends of Kelly Whitewater Park
The Roxy Theater
Valley County for granting Opioid Funding
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

St Lukes: Community Health Improvement Fund

$10,000

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Kacie Bracht
Executive Director
Everyone Knows someone and domestic/sexual violence is not stopping so either am I. We all have stories, whether it is your story, a sister’s story, or a friend’s story. Domestic and Sexual violence will impact each one of us in our lifetime. I have had the opportunity in providing support services to survivors for the last 15 years. I started out by working to educate the public to promote a community that are free from violence, but soon after, I began working directly with victims/survivors and that is where I found my passion. It’s an honor to be serving as the Executive Director for RiseUp2Thrive while supporting individuals that are still living with abuse, have left and those that are survivors. Sometimes we get used to our comfortable standard of living and forget that there are so many others that are struggling with violence in their home. Did you know that on average, women experience 35 incidents of violence before reporting it to Law Enforcement or before seeking services? And that each day in Idaho approximately 670 survivors and their children seek safety and services from community based programs. Idaho’s response to domestic violence can be improved by investing in community-based victim service agencies, and creating practices that will directly connect individuals to local services. RiseUp2Thrive will be providing many of those critical services within beautiful Valley County, Id and its surrounding areas. Domestic violence can be one of the most difficult things to talk about, but it is up to us to start conversations around these issues, because the more we choose not to talk about it, the more power we give to the abuser. Let’s talk!
Kacie Bracht
Kacie Bracht
Executive Director
Everyone Knows someone and domestic/sexual violence is not stopping so either am I. We all have stories, whether it is your story, a sister’s story, or a friend’s story. Domestic and Sexual violence will impact each one of us in our lifetime. I have had the opportunity in providing support services to survivors for the last 15 years. I started out by working to educate the public to promote a community that are free from violence, but soon after, I began working directly with victims/survivors and that is where I found my passion. It’s an honor to be serving as the Executive Director for RiseUp2Thrive while supporting individuals that are still living with abuse, have left and those that are survivors. Sometimes we get used to our comfortable standard of living and forget that there are so many others that are struggling with violence in their home. Did you know that on average, women experience 35 incidents of violence before reporting it to Law Enforcement or before seeking services? And that each day in Idaho approximately 670 survivors and their children seek safety and services from community based programs. Idaho’s response to domestic violence can be improved by investing in community-based victim service agencies, and creating practices that will directly connect individuals to local services. RiseUp2Thrive will be providing many of those critical services within beautiful Valley County, Id and its surrounding areas. Domestic violence can be one of the most difficult things to talk about, but it is up to us to start conversations around these issues, because the more we choose not to talk about it, the more power we give to the abuser. Let’s talk!
Kacie Bracht
Kasey Bracht
Victim Advocate/Executive Director
kbracht@riseup2thrive.org
 Everyone Knows someone and domestic/sexual violence is not stopping so either am I. We all have stories, whether it is your story, a sister’s story, or a friend’s story. Domestic and Sexual violence will impact each one of us in our lifetime.
 I have had the opportunity in providing support services to survivors for the last 15 years. I started out by working to educate the public to promote a community that are free from violence, but soon after, I began working directly with victims/survivors and that is where I found my passion. It’s an honor to be serving as the Executive Director for RiseUp2Thrive while supporting individuals that are still living with abuse, have left and those that are survivors.
 Sometimes we get used to our comfortable standard of living and forget that there are so many others that are struggling with violence in their home. Did you know that on average, women experience 35 incidents of violence before reporting it to Law Enforcement or before seeking services? And that each day in Idaho approximately 670 survivors and their children seek safety and services from community based programs.
 Idaho’s response to domestic violence can be improved by investing in community-based victim service agencies, and creating practices that will directly connect individuals to local services. RiseUp2Thrive will be providing many of those critical services within beautiful Valley County, Id and its surrounding areas.
 Domestic violence can be one of the most difficult things to talk about, but it is up to us to start conversations around these issues, because the more we choose not to talk about it, the more power we give to the abuser.
Let’s talk!
Kacie Bracht
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