Resources for Domestic Abuse

About Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse can occur in heterosexual and same sex relationships, involve former partners, friends, families, or roommates. It may involve emotional, physical, sexual, reproductive, or economic abuse. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic abuse please break the cycle safely and contact a resource below.

Buffalo City Mission/Cornerstone Manor

Shelter with security 24 hours per day open to women and children. Additional services include case management, health care, child care, and connections with outpatient community agencies.

None.

8-4 M-F; Shelter 24 hours

Family Justice Center

Free services offered to domestic violence victims and their children. Services include emergency counseling, ability to file criminal charges, safety plan creation, orders of protection, treatment for injuries, and more all available in a secure location.

None.

8:30-5 M-F; no appt necessary

Haven House/Child & Family Services

Domestic violence shelter open to men, women, and children. Services include fully-inclusive emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, advocacy program, and 24 hour hotline.  

Hotline: 716-884-6000

Non-emergency: 716-884-6002

Contact for Fees/Finance.

M-F 9-5; Hotline available 24 hours a day

Emergency Housing Shelter

Temporary housing and shelter available for domestic violence victims, homelessness, eviction, fire, and hospital discharge. Housing is available for individuals and families.

None.

24 hours daily, 7 days a week

Elmwood Counseling Center

Provides counseling to adolescents and adults for domestic abuse and mental health conditions. Vocational education and women’s groups are also available.

Contact for Fees/Finance.

8:30-4:30 M-F; 8:30-7 Tu/Th