The Elizabeth Freeman Center is OPEN at this time. We are closely following DPH and CDC recommended precautions and guidelines for emergency preparedness as cases of the COVID-19 virus continue to be confirmed throughout Berkshire County.

The immediate safety of our clients is of utmost priority. We realize that this illness will cause many families to isolate; this is of particular concern for families experiencing domestic violence. Please call our 24/7 free and confidential hotline if you need help or to talk.

No one deserves to be abused, raped or assaulted.

Every hour of every day, Elizabeth Freeman Center provides lifesaving, life renewing help to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and to their families.

We offer free and confidential counseling, shelter, legal advocacy, safety planning, teen dating violence prevention education, a 24/7 hotline, and much more. Each year we reach over 5,000 people from almost every city, town and hamlet in Berkshire County and we know we are only scratching the surface.

We have offices in Pittsfield, North Adams, and Great Barrington, and our staff can meet people in safe locations almost anywhere in Berkshire County.

Call us for help – we will be here for you.

Join us to help – we cannot do this work without you.

We all deserve to be safe, wherever we go, however we look, whoever we are.