Independence House spearheads and participates in multiple collaborative projects in order to serve the comprehensive needs of domestic and sexual violence survivors.
* All Independence House Staff are MGL Chapter 233 Section 20J and 20K qualified and are strategically located to support, engage, and assist survivors no matter where they enter a system.
Falmouth Police Department
Independence House provides onsite domestic and sexual violence advocates and counselors on-site at the Falmouth Police Department.
Duffy Health Center
Independence House domestic and sexual violence advocates and counselors are available to clients of Duffy Health Center.
Cape Cod High Schools
Cape Cod Elder Abuse Coalition
Barnstable County Sheriff's Office
Independence House facilitates on-site sexual assault services for victims of prison rape and victims of domestic and sexual violence at the Barnstable County Jail and the Barnstable County Corrections Facility.
Falmouth Human Services
Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corp.
Cape Cod Domestic Violence High Risk Task Force
Community Network of Cape Cod
Town of Yarmouth Board of Health
Gosnold's Emerson House
Independence House provides on-site domestic and sexual violence counselors for residents of Gosnold’s Emerson House who have been impacted by domestic and sexual violence.
Independence House manages, maintains, and organizes displays of the Clothesline Project which started on Cape Cod in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women, and is a vehicle for survivors affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating tee shirts.
Cape & Islands Regional Domestic violence Council
CACCI Safe Harbor
Independence House provides financial empowerment workshops; and on-site domestic and sexual violence counseling to Safe Harbor shelter residents.
Provincetown Council on Aging
In collaboration with the Provincetown Council on Aging, Independence House co-facilitates special projects and events related to domestic and sexual violence in Provincetown.
Yarmouth Age-Friendly Community
Independence House is member of the planning committee for Age Friendly Yarmouth, representing accessibility for everyone to feel safe in their homes, schools and community, and provides domestic and sexual violence outreach and advocates to victims of later-in-life abuse.
Enough Abuse Campaign
Established on Cape Cod in 2012 by Independence House in partnership with the Community Network of Cape Cod to organize, facilitate and plan the Enough Abuse Campaign in this region. Other members of the planning committee are represented by MASS Mentors, local schools, Cape Cod Children’s Place, and the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment, as well as community members. The Campaign provides adults and communities with knowledge and skills needed to help end the silent epidemic of child sexual abuse.