Welcome to the

Laurel Center

Intervention for Domestic & Sexual Violence

Upcoming Events

Join us Saturday, October 7th for the 16th Annual Walk and Wag to End Domestic Violence. This event will take place at the beautiful 2-mile walk around Chet Hobert Park in Berryville, VA. This is a dog-friendly event, so bring your four-legged friend along! Even if you don’t have a pet, come out to enjoy the nice fall weather and support survivors of domestic and sexual violence in our community.

Tickets are $25 for an individual walker, $125 for a Team (up to 6 walkers), and children under 5 walk for free. There will be donuts, coffee, door prizes, & a dog costume contest!
All proceeds benefit the individuals and families who use The Laurel Center services. The Laurel Center is a dual program offering services to victims of both domestic and sexual violence in Winchester City and Clarke, Frederick, and Warren counties. The Laurel Center empowers those affected by domestic and sexual violence by providing emergency shelter, advocacy, outreach, support services, education, and awareness.

If you have any questions, please contact Cindy Marzullo at 540-667-6160, x105. Business and individual sponsorships are available! Contact Cindy for more information.


Flexible hours, training provided.  Contact Ailish at 540-667-6160, x122 or a.bova@tlc.ngo.

The Laurel Center offerings:

Emergency shelter and a 24/7 hotline.

Free therapy and psychoeducational counseling.


A children’s program for children ages 5 -17 who have witnessed domestic violence.


Sexual assault services including hospital response and crisis intervention.


Court advocacy services.


An empowerment program that provides workforce training and job placement services.


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The Laurel Center
P.O. Box 14
Winchester, VA. 22604

24-Hour Hotline: 540-667-6466
Business Line: 540-667-6160
Fax: 540-667-0138

The Laurel Center services are open to all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender and/or gender identity, ability, national origin, and other characteristics protected by federal, state or local laws.

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