Cornerstone’s continuum of service helps to create communities where individuals and families are safe and children thrive. We advocate, educate and lead the way to social change.
Cornerstone’s ultimate goal is to reduce the prevalence of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and general crime. Safe and stable futures are possible when we coordinate an effective crisis response, implement trauma-informed support services, mitigate the impact of violence on children and youth, and confront the roots of violence.
We are committed to a society in which violence in families and relationships no longer exists. Domestic violence, sexual violence, dating violence and human trafficking are crimes. They are a violation of human rights. The use of violence is a choice and can be prevented. All community members have a responsibility to confront the roots of violence and eliminate oppression.
Cornerstone is defined by its core values:
Participants of Cornerstone have certain rights and responsibilities. Read the Cornerstone Participant Rights and Responsibilities by clicking here.
It is the policy of Cornerstone Advocacy Services to ensure that people served by our program have the right to respectful and responsive services. We are committed to providing a simple grievance process for the people served in our programs and their authorized or legal representatives to bring grievances forward and have them resolved in a timely manner. “Grievance” means a concern about any matter including, but not limited to, the quality of care, services provided, program policies, program procedures, staff, or the facilities. Read the Cornerstone Participant Grievance Policy by clicking here.