South Shore Women's Resource Center

Po Box 6237
N. Plymouth, MA 02362
Phone: (508) 746-2664 | Fax: (508) 746-4668

About this Location

South Shore Women's Resource Center (formerly South Shore Women's Center) is a program of Southeast Regional Network that provides a comprehensive domestic violence program for men, women and children. Emergency support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Specialties and Services


  • 24/7 Support
  • Bereavement and Grief Services
  • Community Education & Outreach
  • Counseling and Support
  • Crisis Intervention & Safety Planning
  • Domestic Violence Program
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Emergency Safe Home
  • Resource and Referral Services
  • SAFEPLAN/Court Advocacy
  • Support Groups (Client Only)
  • Supported Residential/Transitional Housing
  • Trauma Therapy Services

Service Settings

  • Advocacy Services
  • Emergency Shelter
  • Family Support Services
  • Home / Community-Based Services
  • Self Help, Peer Support, Community Support Groups
  • Volunteer Opportunities


  • Community Resources and Supportive Services

Evidence-Based Treatments and Special Programs

Domestic Violence Program
Counseling & Support
  • Individual counseling and support Groups
  • Older Women's Program (55 yrs+)
  • Clinical individual, group and family therapy for children and adolescents affected by domestic violence and teen dating violence including services for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) youth.


  • SAFEPLAN Court Advocacy in Plymouth District and Probate, Wareham District and Hingham District Courts
    Assistance with restraining orders and safety planning
  • Civilian Advocacy with 17 police departments in Plymouth County
    Victim contact and support, risk assessment and safety planning
  • Advocacy within Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth
    Crisis intervention and support

Community Education & Trainings

  • Trainings for law enforcement, healthcare professionals and social and human service providers
  • Workshops for community groups including civic, religious and professional organizations
  • Outreach within schools and youth organizations for students, teachers, providers and parents

SHARES (Surviving Homicide's Aftermath: Resources, Education, Support) Program

  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Advocacy, case management and support through trial process
  • Assistance accessing benefits

Drunk Driving Trust Fund (DDTF)

  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Support groups
  • Case management
  • Court advocacy
  • Resource coordination and referral service

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group

  • In collaboration with the Plymouth Council on Aging
  • For information, call 508-830-4230


  • Creole
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish


  • Assistance Locating Alternative Transportation Options
  • Limited Transportation Services
  • Offers Home/Community-Based Services

Referral and Intake Process

Referral Process

Anyone can refer for services, call 508-746-1664 or 888-746-2664 for more information.

Intake Process

The intake process may vary depending on requested service and personal situation.

Eligibility and Insurance


Eligible Gender:
Other Elgibility Criteria:

Domestic Violence Program:
Available to surviving victims of domestic violence and abuse in Plymouth County

SHARES Program:
Available to family and friends of indiviuals who have been murdered, were victims of terrorism, or are surviving victims of vehicular homicide in Plymouth and Bristol Counties

DDTF Program:
Available to families, friends, witnesses and survivors who have been directly or indirectly affected by an incident involving an impaired driver.


  • Does not apply