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ACTUALIZADA 17 de mayo, 2015

Programas Locales

California

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En esta lista, se incluyen refugios y programas locales que proveen apoyo, consejería, planificación de seguridad y otros servicios a víctimas de abuso.  Si no puede encontrar ayuda en la organización más cercana, puede intentar comunicarse con una en un condado cercano.  (Si encuentra información de contacto incorrecta, por favor déjenos saber a WomensLaw@nnedv.org.)  

 

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Santa Barbara Shelter Hotline
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 964-5245
Trained staff provide counseling, information, referrals, and access to immediate shelter. Staff also meet in person with potential residents to help formulate safety and shelter plans.

Santa Maria Shelter Hotline
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 925-2160
Trained staff provide counseling, information, referrals, and access to immediate shelter. Staff also meet in person with potential residents to help formulate safety and shelter plans.

Santa Ynez Valley Shelter Hotline
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 686-4390
Trained staff provide counseling, information, referrals, and access to immediate shelter. Staff also meet in person with potential residents to help formulate safety and shelter plans.

Alturas

Modoc County District Attorney Victim/Witness Program
204 S. Court Street, Suite 108
Alturas, CA 96101
Teléfono: (530) 233-3311
Fax: (530) 233-4917
Web: http://www.co.modoc.ca.us/departments/victim-services
Email: victimservices@co.modac.ca.us
Services offered to crime victims: Crisis intervention - Counseling, reassurance, and support following the crime; Emergency assistance - Meeting immediate needs of victims such as food, clothing, and lodging; Orientation to the criminal justice system - Explaining the criminal justice system, including information about individual cases; Community resource and referral counseling - Directing victims to community resources that can be of further assistance to them; Restitution information/assistance - Helping to obtain court-ordered restitution from court offenders; Assistance in filing for financial assistance/reimbursement from the State Victim of Violent Crime Fund - Assisting the victim in submitting the necessary application forms to receive compensation; Court escort/support- Accompanying victims and witnesses to court; Assistance with obtaining Restraining Orders; Case status / disposition information - Notifying witnesses as the case progresses of the status and final disposition of the case; Preparing Victim Impact Statements- Assistance in preparing a statement to be submitted to the Court at sentencing.

T.E.A.C.H./Modoc County Crisis Center
112 East Second Street
Alturas, CA 96101
Línea de Ayuda: (855) 855-6745 or (530) 233-4575
Teléfono: (530) 233-3111
Fax: (530) 233-4744
Web: http://teachinc.org/
Modoc Crisis Center provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. We offer crisis intervention, advocacy, accompaniment, and shelter. If you have an emergency or need information and help obtaining a temporary domestic violence restraining order contact us 24-hours a day, 7 days a week on our Hotline at (530) 233-4575 or 1(855)855-6745. All services are free of charge.

Antioch

Community Violence Solutions - Antioch office
301 West 10th Street, #3
Antioch, CA 94509
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 670-7273
Teléfono: (925) 706-4290
Web: http://www.cvsolutions.org
Email: admin@cvsolutions.org
Community Violence Solutions provides support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault and their families through these main programs: 24-hour crisis intervention hotline and rape crisis center, sexual assault response team, children’s interview center, prevention services, anti-human trafficking, stand in pride, differential response team.

Auburn

PEACE for Families- Auburn Service Office
11985 Heritage Oaks Place, Suite 200
Auburn, CA 95603
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 575-5352
Teléfono: (530) 885-0443
Fax: (530) 885-8497
Web: http://www.peaceforfamilies.org/
Email: help@peaceforfamilies.org
Services for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault include therapy, advocacy, support groups and supportive housing programs.

Placer County District Attorney Victim Services
175 Fulweiler Avenue
Auburn, CA 95603
Teléfono: (916) 543-2505
Web: http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/DA/DAUnits/Victim_WitnessAssistance.aspx
Victim services include: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, resource and referral assistance, counseling referrals, orientation to the criminal justice system, court escort & court support, court waiting area, case status & case disposition information, notification of family and friends, employer notification, victim of crime claims assistance, child care referrals, witness notification, crime prevention information, walk-in clinic hours (Placer County Superior Court at the Bill Santucci Justice Center) and Information for TRO. Assistance is open: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Tuesday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bakersfield

Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault
1921 19th Street
Bakersfield, CA 93301
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 327-1091 or LGBTQ hotline: (661) 332-1506
Teléfono: (661) 322-0931
Teléfono: (800) 273-7713
Fax: (661) 322-2916
Web: http://www.kernalliance.org
Todos los servicios que ofrecemos son gratis: Grupo de Apoyo Para Mujeres y Para Hombres, Víctimas de La Violencia Domestica, Mantenimiento de Casos, Asistencia con Orden de Restricción, Acompañamiento de Corte etc.

Berkeley

Narika
P.O. Box 14014
Berkeley, CA 94712
Teléfono: (800) 215-7308
Teléfono: (510) 444-6068
Fax: (510) 444-6025
Web: http://www.narika.org
Email: narika@narika.org
Provides a culturally-sensitive domestic violence helpline and advocacy, support, information, and referral services for South Asian women in the Bay Area, Northern California, and Central California.

Big Bear Lake

DOVES of Big Bear Valley
41943 Big Bear Blvd.
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 851-7601
Teléfono: (909) 866-1546
Fax: (909) 866-8580
Web: http://www.doves4help.org/
Email: bbdovette@yahoo.com
Services: completing and filing temporary restraining orders, child custody and visitation issues, short and long term shelter, private counseling, private counseling, group counseling, emergency food and clothing referrals. No appointment necessary.

Bishop

Inyo County District Attorney (Victim Witness Division)
301 W Line St.
Bishop, CA 93514
Teléfono: (760) 878-0282 (Independence)
Teléfono: (760) 873-6669 (Bishop)
Family Law Facilitator: 760-872-4444

Wild Iris Women's Services - Bishop
P.O. Box 697
150 N. Main Street
Bishop, CA 93515
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 873-7384
Teléfono: Office: (760) 873-6601
Fax: (760) 873-8104
Web: http://wild-iris.org/
All of the services offered by Wild Iris are completely confidential, and are offered with dignity, respect and compassion for our clients. Services include 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, safety planning, restraining orders, advocacy and accompaniment, crisis counseling and support groups, information and referrals, housing establishment and relocation, youth violence prevention an supervised visitation monitoring.

Burlingame

Rape Trauma Services
1860 El Camino Real, Suite 406
Burlingame, CA 94010
Línea de Ayuda: (650) 692-7273
Teléfono: (650) 652-0598
Web: http://www.rapetraumaservices.org
Services include: 24-hour crisis line, crisis intervention, counseling, prevention and educational programs, child counseling program, advocacy and accompaniment.

Calexico

Calexico Family Resource Center
604 W. Birch Street
Calexico, CA 92231
Teléfono: (760) 357-8247
Teléfono: (760) 357-8035
Web: http://madviolence.org
This organization provides some social services that may be helpful to victims of domestic violence; however, it is not an organization specifically for victims of domestic violence.

Camarillo

Interface Children Family Services
4001 Mission Oaks Blvd.
Suite #1
Camarillo, CA 93012
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 339-9597
Teléfono: (805) 485-6114
Web: http://icfs.org/
Email: estrnad@icfs.org
Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, court advocacy, case management, counseling, support services, children’s program.

Canoga Park

Haven Hills, Inc.
P.O. Box 260
Canoga Park, CA 91305
Línea de Ayuda: (818) 877-6589
Teléfono: (818) 887-7481
Fax: (818) 887-4796
Web: http://www.havenhills.org
Email: safe@havenhills.org
Provides a crisis line, shelter, transitional program, counseling, teen program, and children's programs.

Chico

Catalyst Domestic Violence Services
P.O. Box 4184
Chico, CA 95927
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 895-8476
Teléfono: (530) 343-7711
Web: http://www.catalystdvservices.org
Email: catalyst@catalystdvservices.org
Provides a 24-hour crisis/referral line, emergency shelter, counseling, support groups, children's program, temporary restraining order clinics, household establishment, legal advocacy, drop-in centers, and a program for teen domestic violence.

Rape Crisis Intervention
P.O. Box 423
Chico, CA 95927
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 342-7273 Collect Calls Welcome
Teléfono: (530) 891-1331
Teléfono: Tehama County Office: (530) 529-3980
Fax: (530) 891-3680
Web: http://www.rapecrisis.org
Email: info@rapecrisis.org
Serving Butte, Glenn, and Tehama Counties. Services include: 24-hour crisis line, support, counseling, information and referrals to other services.

Chula Vista

San Diego County District Attorney’s Victim Services Program - South Bay Office
333 H Street, Suite 4000
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Teléfono: 619-498-5650
Fax: 619-498-5640
Web: http://www.sdcda.org/helping/index.html
Our victim advocates are equipped to offer emotional support, financial links and important information about how the system works. The intent of the Victim Assistance Program is to reduce the trauma and insensitivity that victims suffer following a crime. Advocates navigate victims through the legal system, directing them to agencies and organizations that offer assistance and emergency services.

South Bay Community Services
430 F Street
Chula Vista, CA 91910
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 640-2933
Teléfono: (619) 420-3620 SBCS Main Office
Teléfono: (619) 420-5005 Chula Vista Promise Neighborhood
Fax: (619) 420-8722
Web: http://www.southbaycommunityservices.org/
Services include: emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, domestic violence response team, prevention and intervention services, support services. Spanish services available.

Claremont

House of Ruth
P.O. Box 459
Claremont, CA 91711
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 988-5559
Teléfono: (909) 623-4364 Monday - Friday 9:00 - 5:00
Fax: (909) 629-9581
Web: http://www.houseofruthinc.org/
Services: 24-hour emergency hotline, housing assistance, career counseling, legal advocacy and assistance, child-care, and support groups and counseling in Spanish and English.

Clearlake

Alternatives to Violence
Call for address
Clearlake, CA 95422
Teléfono: (707) 262-0400
Web: http://tairastjohn.com
Individual and group counseling services for victims of domestic violence

Concord

STAND! Against Domestic Violence
1410 Danzing Plaza, Suite 100
Concord, CA 94520
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 215-5555
Teléfono: (925) 676-2845
Fax: (925) 676-0532
Web: http://www.standagainstdv.org
Email: info@standffov.org
Services include: prevention, intervention, and treatment services, children’s therapy, 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing, legal support, counseling, and advocacy programs.

Crescent City

Del Norte County District Attorney’s Victim/Witness Assistance Center
450 H Street, Room 182
Crescent City, CA 95531
Teléfono: (707) 464-7273
Web: http://www.co.del-norte.ca.us/departments/district-attorney/victim-witness
The Victim/Witness Assistance Center provides supportive services to victims and witnesses of crime. Victim advocates provide court escort for victims who must testify and to victims and their families at the time of sentencing. Staff work closely with criminal justice agencies to provide victims with timely, accurate case progress information. Victims and witnesses are also eligible to receive other services that include: referral to other social service agencies, victim statement assistance, post-sentence and prison release information, as well as help determining eligibility for filing claims with the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board for payment of medical bills, counseling costs, lost wages, and funeral and burial expenses. The Victim/Witness staff's role is to assist victims and witnesses in understanding the often confusing criminal justice system and to relieve some of the trauma of victimization.

Rural Human Services
286 M Street, Suite A
Crescent City, CA 95531
Línea de Ayuda: (707) 465-3013
Teléfono: (707) 464-7441
Web: http://www.ruralhumanservices.org
Email: rhswfc@gmail.com
Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, food, clothing, information and referrals to other services, counseling, educational and advocacy programs.

Crestline

DOVES Crestline Outreach Center
29099 Hospital Road, Suite 104
Crestline, CA 92325
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 851-7601
Teléfono: (909) 337-5300
Web: http://www.doves-stop-violence.org/
Services include: 24-hour hotline, shelter, outreach centers.

Culver City

Break the Cycle
6029 Bristol Pkwy, Suite 201
Culver City, CA 90230
Línea de Ayuda: (310) 286-3366 or hotline for teens (888) 988-TEEN
Teléfono: (310) 286-3383
Fax: (310) 286-3386
Web: http://www.breakthecycle.org
Email: info@breakthecycle.org
Break the Cycle provides free and confidential legal services to young people who have been abused. Services available in English and Spanish.

Downey

Angel Step Inn
11500 Paramount Road
Downey, CA 90241
Línea de Ayuda: (323) 780-4357
Teléfono: (562) 923-4545 ext 2234
Web: http://angelstepinn.org/
Email: safe@angelstepinn.org
Provides emergency shelter for battered women with a history of using alcohol and other drugs. Also accept women without a history of drug or alcohol use. Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, education, case management and children's programs.

Downieville

Sierra County District Attorney's Victim Witness Program
100 Courthouse Square, 2nd Floor
Downieville, CA 95936
Teléfono: (530) 289-3269 D.A.'s office
Teléfono: (530) 993-4617 Victim Witness Program
Web: http://www.sierracounty.ca.gov/index.aspx?NID=222
Email: larryallen@sierracounty.ws
We offer free and confidential services to crime victims and witnesses: restraining order assistance (guidance in obtaining a restraining order), orientation to the criminal justice system (understanding how things work, case status/disposition (what is happening to the case and where it is in the justice system), court escort (emotional support in court for victims & witnesses), crisis intervention (counseling, reassurance and support helping victims cope with emotional trauma), referral counseling (directing victims to other agencies and resources for assistance), victim impact statement (help in preparation of statement for the Probation Dept which can affect sentencing), creditor intervention (explanation to creditors and employer of late payments or work missed due to reasons connected to crime), Restitution Assistance (help in obtaining court ordered restitution), Filing Victims of Crime Compensation Claims, Property Recovery (returning property held as evidence), Restraining Order Assistance (guidance in obtaining a Restraining Order), and Parole Notification (when an inmate is to be released).

El Cajon

Crisis House Family Shelter
1034 North Magnolia
El Cajon, CA 92020
Teléfono: (619) 444-1194
Fax: (619) 444-1422
Web: http://www.crisishouse.org/
Provides services for the homeless, low-income people and victims of domestic violence. Offers transitional housing for domestic violence victims and people with disabilities.

San Diego County District Attorney’s Victim Services Program - East County Office
250 E. Main Street
El Cajon, CA 92020
Teléfono: 619-441-4588
Fax: (619) 441-4095
Web: http://www.sdcda.org/helping/index.html
Our victim advocates are equipped to offer emotional support, financial links and important information about how the system works. The intent of the Victim Assistance Program is to reduce the trauma and insensitivity that victims suffer following a crime. Advocates navigate victims through the legal system, directing them to agencies and organizations that offer assistance and emergency services.

El Centro

Imperial County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program
940 W Main Street, Suite 102
El Centro, CA 92243
Teléfono: (442) 265-1221
Web: http://www.co.imperial.ca.us/districtattorney/victim-witness-program.html
The Program has trained and experienced victim advocates to work with victims, witnesses and their families throughout and beyond the criminal justice process. The advocates will provide the following services and more: Crisis Intervention, Emergency Assistance, Counseling Resource and Referral, Assistance in Filing a California Victim Compensation claim, Assistance in getting the victim’s property returned, Orientation to the Criminal Justice System, Court Escort and Support, Case Status or Disposition Information, Notification to Family and Friends, Notification to Employer, Restitution Assistance, Creditor Intervention, Child Care Assistance, Witness Notification, Funeral Arrangement Assistance, Crime Prevention Information, Witness Protection Assistance, Temporary Restraining Order Information, Transportation Assistance, Employer Intervention

Woman Haven, Inc.
727 W. Main Street
El Centro, CA 92243
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 353-8530
Teléfono: (760) 353-6922
Fax: (760) 353-8441
Web: http://womanhaven.org/index.html
Our mission is to promote and provide a comprehensive response to domestic violence, stalking and human trafficking through community outreach & education, prevention, intervention, client support services, and safety and shelter services.

El Monte

El Monte Youth Development Center/Pathwys Domestic Violence Shelter
El Monte, CA 91731
Teléfono: (626) 455-0026
Serving the communities of El Monte, Baldwin Park, and South El Monte.

Los Angeles County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program
3204 Rosemead Blvd, Suite 200
El Monte, CA 91731
Teléfono: (626) 927-2500
Teléfono: (800) 380-3811
Fax: (213) 974-1484
Web: http://da.co.la.ca.us/vwap/default.htm
Emergency assistance, victim services, resources and referrals, other services available.

Encinitas

Community Resource Center
Libre! Services for Women and Children
650 2nd St.
Encinitas, CA 92024
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 633-1112
Teléfono: (760) 753-8300
Fax: (760) 753-2404
Web: http://www.communityresourcecenter.org/
Email: info@crcncc.org
Services: emergency shelter (Carol's House), transitional housing, case management and counseling, children's counseling program, parenting and life skills classes, and free legal advocacy.

Escondido

Center for Community Solutions - Escondido Office
240 S. Hickory Street, Suite 110
Escondido, CA 92025
Línea de Ayuda: 1-888-DVLINKS (385-4657)
Teléfono: (760) 747-6282
Web: http://www.ccssd.org/
In the legal clinic, attorneys and paralegals offer assistance with getting temporary restraining orders, custody and divorce issues and victims of crime funding claims. Also provides court accompaniment and limited in-court representation, domestic violence services, rape crisis center and a counseling center. See the website for more information. Services available in English and Spanish.

Saint Claire Home, Inc.
243 S. Escondido Blvd
Escondido, CA 92025
Teléfono: (760) 741-0122
Web: http://www.womenshelters.org/det/st-clares-home-inc
St. Clare's Home confronts the interconnected challenges of homelessness, domestic violence, and substance abuse by providing emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing and supportive services to empower homeless and/or abused women and their children to become independent and self-sufficient.

Eureka

Humboldt County District Attorney's Victim Witness Program
825 5th Street, 4th Floor
Eureka, CA 95501
Teléfono: (707) 445-7417
Web: http://co.humboldt.ca.us/distatty/
Email: districtattorney@co.humboldt.ca.us
Victim witness advocates can go to court with you, explain the court process, keep you informed of court dates and outcomes and help with a “victim of crime claim assistance” case.

Humboldt Domestic Violence Services
P.O. Box 969
Eureka, CA 95502
Línea de Ayuda: 24-hour crisis/support: (707) 443-6042 or (866) 668-6543
Teléfono:
Fax: (707) 444-3190
Web: http://hdvs.org/
Email: dvservices@hdvs.org
Los principales servicios que se ofrecen son refugio de corto y largo plazo, alimentos de emergencia y ayuda con obtener ropa, acompañamiento a la corte, ayuda para conseguir una orden temporal de restricción por violencia doméstica (TRO), grupos de apoyo mientras proveen cuidado de niños, defensores ("advocates") bilingües, y referencias a otros agencias en la comunidad si un cliente necesita algo que no pueden proporcionar.

Humboldt Family Services Center
1802 California Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Teléfono: (707) 443-7358
Web: http://humboldtfamilyservice.org/contact-hfsc.html
HFSC is a non-profit community counseling agency offering individual, couple, child and family counseling. Special counseling services are provided for adolescents, and play therapy is available for the children. HFSC offers a free walk-in clinic each Monday from 1 to 4 p.m.

North Coast Rape Crisis Team
Confidential
Eureka, CA 95502
Teléfono: (707) 443-2737
Fax: (707) 443-2755
Services include: 24-hour crisis counseling, accompaniment and advocacy, short-term counseling, support group, advocacy and accompaniment through the reporting process and court proceedings, and prevention education.

Fairfield

Safequest Solano, Inc.
1745 Enterprise Drive, Suite 2D
Fairfield, CA 94533
Línea de Ayuda: (866) 487-7233
Teléfono: (707) 422-7345 Monday - Friday 9:00 - 5:00
Web: http://safequest.us/
En caso de EMERGENCIA favor de marcar inmediatamente al Condado de Solano al 911. Si usted cree que ha sido víctima de violencia en el hogar o ha sido víctima de agresión sexual, favor de llamar a la linea de asistencia las 24 horas al 1-866 -4-UR-SAFE

Solano County District Attorney Victim Services, Fairfield Office
675 Texas Street, Suite 4500
Fairfield, CA 94533
Teléfono: (707) 784-6844
Web: http://www.co.solano.ca.us/depts/da/cva.asp
Email: SolanoDA@solanocounty.com
Services include: crisis and emergency services, court support, court information, referral counseling, case status, property return, employer intervention, restitution assistance, credit intervention, and victim compensation claims.

Fort Bragg

Project Sanctuary
461 N. Franklin St.
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
Teléfono: (707) 961-1507
Fax: (707) 961-1539
Web: http://www.projectsanctuary.org/
Email: info@projectsanctuary.org
Services include: hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, accompaniment, prevention education, shelter.

Fremont

Shelter Against Violent Environments/S.A.V.E.
1900 Mowry Av.
Fremont, CA 94538
Línea de Ayuda: (510) 794-6055
Teléfono: (510) 574-2250
Fax: (510) 574-2252
Web: http://www.save-dv.org
Email: DVShelter@aol.com
Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, advocacy programs, medical outreach, counseling, support groups, children’s program, teen dating violence program, community education and workplace violence education.

French Camp

Haven of Peace Shelter for Women and Children
7070 South Harlan Rd
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 724, Stockton, CA 95201
French Camp, CA 95231
Teléfono: (209) 982-0396
Fax: (209) 234-1010
Web: http://www.havenofpeaceinc.org/
Provides an emergency homeless shelter for women and children.

Fresno

Fresno County District Attorney's Office
Fresno County Plaza
2220 Tulare Street, Suite 1000
Fresno, CA 93721
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 799-7233 Domestic Violence Hotline
Teléfono: (559) 600-5956
Web: http://www.co.fresno.ca.us/Departments.aspx?id=156
Email: damail@fresno.ca.us

Marjaree Mason Center, Inc.
1600 M St.
Fresno, CA 93721
Línea de Ayuda: (559) 233-4357
Teléfono: (559) 237-4706
Web: http://www.mmcenter.org
Provides services for victims of domestic violence in Fresno county, which includes shelter, counseling, court accompaniment, and more. Victim advocates will also make referrals to Project First Step, in which pro bono lawyers represent victims at complicated restraining order cases.

Rape Counseling Service of Fresno
259 North Blackstone Ave.
Fresno, CA 93701
Línea de Ayuda: (559) 222-7273
Teléfono: (559) 497-2900
Web: http://www.rcsfresno.com/
Services for victims and survivors of sexual assault and family violence.

Glendale

Glendale YWCA Shelter
735 East Lexington Drive
Glendale, CA 91206
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 999-7511
Teléfono: (818) 242-4155
Fax: (818) 240-6036
Web: http://www.glendaleywca.org/Act.html
Services include: Shelter and women’s services, 24-hour crisis line, counseling and referrals, 45-day emergency shelter, case management, legal assistance, support groups, education and outreach programs.

Grass Valley

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition
960 McCourtney Road, Suite E
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 484
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 272-3467
Teléfono: (530) 272-2046
Fax: (530) 273-3780
Web: http://www.dvsac.org/
Email: info@dvsac.org
Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault include: crisis counseling, shelter and safe housing, food, clothes, transportation, support groups, accompaniment and advocacy, children’s services, legal services, information and referrals.

Handford

Kings County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program
1400 W. Lacey Boulevard
Handford, CA 93230
Teléfono: (559) 582-0326
Fax: (559) 583-9650
Web: http://www.countyofkings.com/departments/public-safety/district-attorney/
The Kings County Victim-Witness Assistance Program seeks to make the criminal justice system more understandable, accessible and responsive to the concerns of victims and witnesses. Our victim advocates are available to ensure that crime victims and their family members are kept informed and supported throughout the criminal justice process. We have specially trained advocates to assist Spanish-speaking victims in our rural communities. Legal residency is not required in order to receive Victim-Witness Assistance Services. Services are available in Hanford, Corcoran and Avenal.

Hanford

Kings Community Action Organization, Inc. (Crisis Support)
1130 North 11th Street
Hanford, CA 93230
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 727-3225
Teléfono: (559) 582-4386
Fax: (599) 584-6519
Web: http://www.kcao.org/
Services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault include: 24-hour crisis line, shelter, court accompaniment, legal advocacy, rape counseling, rape prevention and sexual assault forensic exams.

Hemet

Center Against Sexual Assault of Southwest Riverside
P.O. Box 2564
Hemet, CA 92546
Línea de Ayuda: (951) 652-8300 or (866) 373-8300
Teléfono: (909) 652-8300
Fax: (951) 652-0944
Web: http://www.swcasa.org
Email: info@swcasa.org
CASA is a non-profit community based organization that provides services for sexual assault survivors such as crisis counseling, advocacy, support groups, community education, and referral services.

Hermosa Beach

1736 Family Crisis Center (24-Hr. Emergency Shelter)
1736 Monterey Avenue
Hermosa Beach, CA 90277
Línea de Ayuda: (310) 370-5902, will accept collect calls
Teléfono: (310) 543-9900, ext. 211
Fax: (310) 543-9910
Web: http://www.1736familycrisiscenter.org
Provides services for battered women and their children, including shelters, counseling, case management, free job training and job opportunities.

Indio

Riverside County District Attorney's Division of Victim and Witness Services
82995 Highway 111, 4th Floor
Indio, CA 92201
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 374-1235
Teléfono: (760) 863-8216
Web: http://www.rivcoda.org/opencms/index.html
Email: inquiries@rivcoda.org
The Division of Victim and Witness Services has specially trained and experienced Advocates to work with victims, witnesses and their families. Advocates can assist you with the following services: information on your rights as a crime victim, guidance in dealing with the court system, assistance in completing and filing applications for crime victim compensation, providing contact information for local resources and counseling referrals, emergency assistance, and ongoing support while you learn to cope. Also located within our office is the California Victim Compensation Claims team (CalVCP) ready to process your crime related reimbursements.

Irvine

Human Options, Inc.
5540 Trabuco Road, Suite100
Irvine, CA 92620
Línea de Ayuda: (949) 854-3553 (24-hour bilingual line) or (877) 854-3594
Teléfono: (949) 737-5242
Web: http://www.humanoptions.org/programs.html
Email: info@humanoptions.org
Services: emergency shelter, counseling and programs focused on family violence including elder abuse and batterer's intervention, community education.

Jackson

Amador County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
708 Court Street
Jackson, CA 95642
Teléfono: (209) 223-6444
Fax: (209) 223-6304
Web: http://www.co.amador.ca.us/government/district-attorney
Hours: M-F 8-5, some services available online. The Victim/Witness Assistance program offers the following assistance: orientation to the criminal justice system, case status/disposition, victim impact statements, court escorts, crisis intervention, restitution assistance, victim compensation claims.

Operation Care
621 New York Ranch Rd.
Jackson, CA 95642
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 223-2600 or (800) 675-3392
Teléfono: (209) 223-2897
Web: http://www.operationcare.org
Email: dvcounselor@operationcare.org
Provides domestic violence and sexual assault support services including: 24-hour crisis line, advocacy, support groups, prevention and education, safe house, counseling, youth programs and referrals.

Joshua Tree

Morongo Basin Unity Home, Inc.
61740 Twenty-Nine Palms Hwy., Suite F
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1662
Joshua Tree, CA 92252
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 366-9663
Teléfono: (760) 366-1247
Fax: (760) 366-2643
Web: http://www.unityhome.org/Pages/default.aspx
Email: unityhome@unityhome.org
Services include: supervised visitation, assistance filing a temporary restraining order, individual counseling, parenting classes, state-mandated 40-hour domestic violence training, food basket & hygiene items, emergency shelter, transitional housing (for clients who qualify and complete the emergency shelter program), teen dating violence prevention program, legal aid (to shelter clients), childcare, and court support.

Kings Beach

Tahoe Women's Services (Crisis Intervention Center)
8520 Brook Avenue
Kings Beach, CA 96143
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 736-1060
Teléfono: (530) 587-3101
Teléfono: (530) 546-3241
Web: http://www.tahoewomenservices.org
Email: tws@tahoewomenservice.org
We believe that every person has the right to live a life free of violence and abuse. Prevention, intervention and treatment are integral components of all our programs. In addition, we support the personal growth of individuals moving through crisis to self-sufficiency by providing a "safety net" for such needs as emergency shelter, food, clothing, and transportation.

Tahoe Women's Services (Crisis Intervention Center)
8520 Brook Avenue
Kings Beach, CA 96143
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 736-1060 or (530) 546-3241
Teléfono: (530) 546-7804
Web: http://www.tahoewomenservices.org
Services include: 24-hour bilingual crisis line, emergency shelter, advocacy programs, counseling, support groups, community education, information and referrals, children’s programs.

La Mesa

Center for Community Solutions La Mesa Office
7339 El Cajon Blvd.
Suite J
La Mesa, CA 91941
Línea de Ayuda: 1-888-DVLINKS (385-4657)
Teléfono: (619) 697-7477
Web: http://ccssd.org/
In the legal clinic, CCS has attorneys and paralegals offer assistance with getting temporary restraining orders, custody and divorce issues and victims of crime funding claims. Also provides court accompaniment and limited in-court representation. CCS also provides domestic violence services, rape crisis center and a counseling center. See the website for more information. Services available in English and Spanish.

Ladera Ranch

Laura's House
999 Corporate Drive, Ste 225
Ladera Ranch, CA 92694
Línea de Ayuda: (949) 498-1511 or (866) 498-1511
Teléfono: (949) 361-3775
Fax: (949) 361-3548
Web: http://www.laurashouse.org
Email: info@laurashouse.org
Provides legal services and counseling for women and children, emergency shelter, emergency food, clothes, group/individual counseling, case management, legal services, outreach and education, and children’s programs.

Lakeport

Lake County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Division
420 Second Street
Lakeport, CA 95453
Teléfono: (707) 262-4282
Web: http://www.co.lake.ca.us/Government/Directory/District_Attorney.htm
The Victim-Witness Division provides immediate crisis response for victims of crime, free assistance in obtaining restraining orders and filling out Victims of Crime applications. Also provides an orientation to the criminal justice system and court accompaniment. The office does not provide shelter or an emergency hotline.

Lancaster

Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council
P.O. Box 4226
Lancaster, CA 93539
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 945-6736 or (800) 282-4808
Teléfono: (661) 949-6143
Web: http://www.valleyoasis.org/home.html
Provides services to all victims of domestic violence regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, socio-economic status or sexual orientation.

Livermore

Tri-Valley Haven for Women
3663 Pacific Ave.
Livermore, CA 94550
Línea de Ayuda: Hotline: (925) 449-5842 or (800) 884-8119
Teléfono: (925) 449-5845
Teléfono: (925) 449-5845 ext 2718 D.V. group
Web: http://www.trivalleyhaven.org
Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, support group, counseling and other advocacy programs.

Lodi

Women's Center Youth & Family Services - Lodi Center
29 S. Washington Street
Lodi, CA 95241
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 465-4878 (Domestic Violence Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 465-4997 (Sexual Assault Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 368-3406
Web: http://womenscenteryfs.org/
Comprehensive supportive services are available to adult and child victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault as well as their significant others (family members, partners, and friends) whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence. We offer a wide range of confidential and free services such as 24-hour Helpline, Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Court accompaniment, Individual and group counseling, Assistance with Temporary Restraining Orders, Emergency shelter, Information and referrals

Lompoc

Lompoc Shelter Hotline
P.O. Box 1366
Lompoc, CA 93438
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 736-0965
Teléfono: (805) 735-1834
Web: http://dvsolutions.org/default.aspx
Trained staff provide counseling, information, referrals, and access to immediate shelter. Staff also meet in person with potential residents to help formulate safety and shelter plans.

North County Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center
P.O. Box 148
Lompoc, CA 93438
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 736-7273
Teléfono: (805) 736-8535
Web: http://sbcountyrapecrisis.org/Home_Page.html
Services to sexual assault survivors include: support, education, prevention, 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention, accompaniment and advocacy, and counseling.

Long Beach

Interval House
6615 E. Pacific Coast Highway, #170
Long Beach, CA 90803
Línea de Ayuda: (562) 594-4555 or (714) 891-8121
Teléfono: (562) 594-9492
Fax: (562) 596-3370
Web: http://www.intervalhouse.org/
Email: admin@intervalhouse.org
Interval House runs crisis shelters and centers for victims of domestic violence. Interval House provides comprehensive domestic violence services in over 70 different languages to individuals and families in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Su Casa Family Crisis and Support Center
3840 Woodruff Avenue, Suite 203
Long Beach, CA 90808
Línea de Ayuda: (562) 402-4888
Teléfono: (562) 421-6537
Fax: (562) 421-8117
Web: http://www.sucasadv.org/
Email: info@sucasadv.org
Services include: emergency shelter, food, clothing, outreach services, on-site school for children, counseling, educational programs, advocacy services, information and referrals.

WomenShelter of Long Beach
930 Pacific Ave
Long Beach, CA 90806
Línea de Ayuda: (562) HER - HOME (437 - 4663)
Teléfono: (562)437-7233
Web: http://www.womenshelterlb.com/
Email: info@womenshelterlb.com
The following are free services offered by WomenShelter to all victims of domestic violence, including women, men, teens, children, and individuals in same-sex relationships. Services are provided in English and Spanish. Services include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, child development center for shelter residents, and a domestic violence resource center.

Los Angeles

1736 Family Crisis Center
2116 Arlington Ave. #200
Los Angeles, CA 90018
Línea de Ayuda: (310) 370-5902
Teléfono: (323) 737-3900 (Office)
Teléfono: (310) 543-9900 (Community Service Center)
Web: http://www.1736familycrisiscenter.org
Provides services for battered women and their children, including shelters, counseling, case management, free job training and job opportunities.

1736 Family Crisis Center Los Angeles
2116 Arlington Avenue, Ste 200
Los Angeles, CA 90018
Línea de Ayuda: (213) 745-6434 or (213) 222-1237
Teléfono: (310) 543-9900, ext. 310
Web: http://www.1736familycrisiscenter.org
Provides shelters, counseling, case management, free job training and job opportunities.

Center for the Pacific Asian Family, Inc.
1102 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 339-3940 Multi-Language Hotline
Teléfono: (323) 653-4045
Fax: (323) 653-7913
Web: http://www.nurturingchange.org/
Email: contact@cpaf.info
Specializing in assisting Pacific-Asian women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. Services include: 24-hour helpline, emergency shelter, transitional program, survivor advocacy, accompaniment to court and hospitals, legal assistance and counseling.

East Los Angeles Women's Center
1255 S. Atlantic Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 585-6231 Rape and Battering Hotline
Teléfono: (323) 526-5819
Web: http://www.elawc.org
Services include: 24-hour bilingual hotline, peer counseling, support services, advocacy services, community education, bilingual services.

Jenesse Center, Inc
P.O. Box 8476
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 479-7328
Teléfono: (323) 299-9496
Fax: (323) 299-0699
Web: http://www.jenesse.org
Email: kearl@jenesse.org
Provides emergency shelter, transitional shelters, job search assistance, counseling and legal assistance for women and children.

Los Angeles County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program
210 West Temple, Suite 18000
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Teléfono: (213) 974-3512
Teléfono: (800) 457-7778 TTY
Fax: (213) 974-1484
Web: http://da.co.la.ca.us/
Email: webmail@da.lacounty.gov
Representatives from the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Victim-Witness Assistance Program (VWAP) provide a variety of services to victims of crime. These include crisis intervention; emergency assistance; counseling referrals; court escort and orientation; restitution assistance; returning of property; assistance with employers; and case status notification. There are multiple locations throughout Los Angeles County. Please see the website: http://da.co.la.ca.us/vwap/locations or call the office for more information.There are multiple locations throughout Los Angeles County. Please see the website or call the office for more information

Los Angeles County Domestic Violence Hotline
Los Angeles, CA
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 978-3600
Web: http://da.co.la.ca.us/domv.htm
Helps victims find a way out of an abusive environment. It is a multi-lingual, toll-free service which directs people to shelter personnel in LA County. For Southern California only. The hotline operates 24-hours a day, seven-days a week. Callers may receive help in 13 languages (English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Tagalog, Khmer, Japanese, Thai, Armenian, Arabic and Farsi).

Los Angeles LGBT Center
1625 North Schrader Boulevard
McDonald/Wright Building
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Teléfono: (323) 993-7400
Web: http://www.lalgbtcenter.org/about
Email: domesticviolence@laglc.org
Services include: crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy with police and courts, court accompaniment, legal representation in certain cases, and help with temporary restraining orders.

Peace Over Violence
Metro Headquarters
1015 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 200
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Línea de Ayuda: (213) 626-3393
Teléfono: (213) 955-9090
Fax: (213) 955-9093
Web: http://www.peaceoverviolence.org/
Email: info@peaceoverviolence.org
24-hour hotlines (310)392-8381, (213)626-3393, (626)793-3385, and the stalking hotline (877)633-0044. POV’s innovative programs are comprehensive and include emergency, intervention, prevention, education and advocacy services.

Rosa Parks Sexual Assault Crisis Center
4182 S. Western Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90062
Línea de Ayuda: (323) 751-9245
Teléfono: (323) 290-4119
Fax: (323) 751-9384
The Rosa Parks Center is a rape crisis center in South Central Los Angeles with a special emphasis on sexual assault crisis counseling and domestic violence services for women and men. The services offered are a catalyst for the empowerment of women and men engaged in the struggle against sexual violence. These services include on-going crisis intervention counseling, accompaniment and advocacy support at hospital and courts, prevention education service and support groups. Trained, licensed counselors handle the one-on-one counseling.

Union Rescue Mission
545 S. San Pedro St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Teléfono: (213) 347-6300
Web: http://www.urm.org
Email: thewayhome@urm.org
Union Rescue Mission (URM) is dedicated to serving men, women, and children experiencing homelessness. We provide comprehensive emergency and long-term services to our guests to help them escape the dangerous streets of Skid Row. Services include: emergency shelter, food, clothing, women and children's ministry programs.

Valley Oasis DV Council
P.O. Box 4226
Los Angeles, CA 93539
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 945-6736 Sexual Assault Hotline
Teléfono: (661) 942-2758
Web: http://www.valleyoasis.org/home.html
Valley Oasis is a community based organization dedicated to eliminating social and domestic violence and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention, safe shelter,and supportive services.

YWCA of Greater LA Sexual Assault Crisis Program
1020 S. Olive Street, 7th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 943-5778
Teléfono: (213) 365-2991
Web: http://www.ywcagla.org
Services include: 24-hour crisis line, sexual assault crisis services, information and referrals, community education, counseling, accompaniment, bilingual services. All services are free in English and Spanish.

Lucerne Valley

Lucerne Valley Domestic Violence Outreach, Inc.
32649 State Highway 18
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2003
Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 248-2064
Teléfono: (760) 248-2377
Web: http://www.lucernevalley.net/orgs/domestic/info.htm
Provides emergency shelter, food and clothing, counseling, assistance with legal paperwork and legal advocacy court support, information and referrals, transportation, and community outreach. Peer support groups are held Mondays from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm (schedule valid as of May 2015 – please call to confirm schedule).

Madera

Madera County District Attorney Victim Services
209 W. Yosemite Ave.
Madera, CA 93637
Teléfono: (559) 661-1000 Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00
Teléfono: (559) 675-7726
Fax: (559)673-0430
Web: http://www.madera-county.com/index.php/victims-rights
Email: dainfo@madera-county.com
If you have a question about a case in which you are a victim, please contact the Madera County District Attorney’s Office: Monday through Friday (8:00 am to 5:00 pm)at (559)675-7726 or contact: Victim’s Services Center at (559)661-1000.

The Victim Services Center at Community Action Partnership of Madera County (CAPMC)
1225 Gill Ave
Madera, CA 93637
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 355-8989 Crisis Hotline
Teléfono: (559) 673-9173 (by appointment)
Fax: (559) 673-3223
Web: https://www.maderacap.org/TextPages/victim_services.aspx
The Victim Services Center at Community Action Partnership of Madera County (CAPMC) provides compassionate and comprehensive services to victims of crime, sexual assault/rape, and domestic violence. Specially trained advocates help individuals and families survive the trauma of crime by offering the help and healing they may need. Programs include 24-hour crisis hotline, victim/witness assistance, sexual assault assistance, domestic violence assistance, emergency shelter, counseling and volunteer programs. Services also available in Spanish.

Mammoth Lake

Wild Iris Women's Services
625 Old Mammoth Road #201
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2858)
Mammoth Lake, CA 93546
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 873-7384
Teléfono: (760) 934-2491
Fax: (760) 934-1568
Web: http://wild-iris.org/
Our crisis counselors are here to discuss your situation and your options with you, and support the decisions you make for yourself and your family. All of the services offered by Wild Iris are completely confidential, and are offered with dignity, respect and compassion for our clients, Services include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, safety planning, restraining orders, advocacy and accompaniment, crisis counseling and support, information and referrals, emergency food and clothing, housing establishment and relocation, youth violence prevention programs and supervised visitation programs.

Marina

Shelter Outreach Plus
P.O. Box 1340
Marina, CA 93933
Línea de Ayuda: (831) 422-2201
Teléfono: Office: (831) 384-3388
Fax: (831) 384-1308
Web: http://shelteroutreachplus.org/index.html
Email: Email: outreachplus@redshift.com
Shelter Outreach Plus is the primary provider of supportive housing and services directed towards the homeless and victims of domestic violence within the County of Monterey. Shelter Outreach Plus operates two emergency shelters that offer women and children safety and assistance as they begin the rehabilitative process necessary to break the cycle of abuse and/or homelessness.

Mariposa

Mariposa County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
5180 Jones St.
P.O. Box 730
Mariposa, CA 95338
Teléfono: (209) 742-7441 Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00
Fax: (209) 742-5780
Web: http://www.mariposacounty.org/index.aspx?NID=74
Email: vicwit@mariposacounty.org
The Mariposa County District Attorney’s Office is committed to helping victims of crime through our Victim/Witness Assistance Program. This program informs victims of their legal rights and provides services such as: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, case status and disposition, orientation to criminal justice system, court escort and accompaniment, community resources and counseling referral, assistance filing victims of crime claim forms, and restitution information.

Mountain Crisis Services
5079 Hwy. 140
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2075)
Mariposa, CA 95338
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 966-2350 or (888) 799-7233
Teléfono: (209) 742-5865
Web: http://www.mountaincrisisservices.org/
Email: info@alliance4you.org
Provides 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, support groups, emergency shelter, assistance obtaining temporary restraining orders, court accompaniment and prevention education.

Markleeville

Alpine County District Attorney - Victim / Witness Assistance Program
17300 Hwy 89
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 248)
Markleeville, CA 96120
Teléfono: (530) 694-2971 Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00
Fax: (530) 694-2980
Web: http://www.alpinecountyca.gov/Index.aspx?NID=190
The Alpine County's Victim / Witness Assistance Program offers a wide variety of assistance to victims and witnesses of crime. Trained advocates can provide support through the court process and will keep you informed about the status of a criminal case. Advocates may also assist victims with submitting requests for restitution, filing claims for Victims of Crime compensation, and much more.

McKinleyville

Two Feathers Native American Family Services
2355 Central Ave., Suite C
McKinleyville, CA 95519
Teléfono: 1-800-341-9454
Teléfono: (707) 839-1933
Fax: (707) 839-1726
Web: http://www.twofeathers-nafs.org
Servicios para Americanos Nativos en la parte norte de California

Merced

A Woman's Place of Merced
P.O. Box 822
Merced, CA 95341
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 722-4357
Teléfono: (209) 725-7900
Fax: (209) 725-7908
Email: generalinfo@awpofmerced.org
Provides services to victims of domestic violence, including emergency shelters, individual/group counseling, walk-in crisis counseling, advocacy services, and assistance with restraining orders and court appearances.

Merced County District Attorney's Victim / Witness Assistance Program
2222 M Street
Merced, CA 95340
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 226-6452
Teléfono: (209) 385-7385
Teléfono: (209) 385-7434 D.A.'s Office
Web: http://www.co.merced.ca.us/index.aspx?NID=1026
The Victim / Witness Assistance Program provides the following services: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, orientation to criminal justice system, community resources and referral counseling, restitution information, assistance filing for State Victim of Violent Crime Fund, court escorts, case status and disposition information, assistance and services as needed.

Valley Crisis Center
1960 P Street
Merced, CA 95340
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 722-4357
Teléfono: (209) 725-7900
Web: http://www.valleycrisiscenter.org/
Email: info@alliance4you.org
The Valley Crisis Center provides Merced County with domestic violence and sexual assault prevention, intervention, and recovery services. We offer individual counseling, support groups, legal services, a 24-hour hotline, and an emergency shelter.

Modesto

Haven Women's Center of Stanislaus
618 13th Street
Modesto, CA 95354
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 577-5980 or (888) 454-2836 English and Spanish Hotlines
Teléfono: (209) 524-4331
Web: http://hwcstan.squarespace.com/
Provides: 24-hour crisis line, 24 hour-hospital escorts, shelter, counseling, case management, legal assistance, individual counseling and support groups for women, including the LGBT community.

Monterey

Monterey County Rape Crisis Center
P.O. Box 2630
Monterey, CA 93924
Línea de Ayuda: (831) 375-4357 (24-hours) (831) 424-4357
Teléfono: (831) 373-3955
Teléfono: (831) 373-7456 TTY
Fax: (831) 373-3389
Web: http://www.mtryrapecrisis.org/
Email: info@mtryrapecrisis.org
Provides a crisis line, support groups, individual counseling and advocacy and community education. Services available in English and Spanish.

Morgan Hill

Community Solutions
16264 Church Street #103
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Línea de Ayuda: (877) END-SADV (877) 363-7238
Teléfono: (408) 779-2113
Fax: (408) 842-0757
Web: http://www.communitysolutions.org
Email: cs@communitysolutions.org
Serves the communities of South Santa Clara County, South San Jose and San Benito County. Our Solutions to Violence programs provide empowerment-based services to strengthen and support survivors of intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking crimes.

Napa

Napa County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
931 Parkway Mall
Napa, CA 94559
Teléfono: (707) 299-1414
Teléfono: (707) 253-4211 (district attorney's office, main number)
Fax: (707) 299-1413
Web: http://countyofnapa.org/da/victimservices/
Email: District_Attorney_Office@co.napa.ca.us
The Napa County Victim/Witness Assistance Program works to reduce the trauma, frustration and inconvenience experienced by victims, witnesses, and family members affected by crime. We do this by providing a wide variety of services to victims of crime and their families, in addition to supporting victims and witnesses throughout the criminal justice process. Information and referrals for domestic violence victims.

Napa Emergency Women's Services
1141 Pear Tree Lane, Suite 220
Napa, CA 94558
Línea de Ayuda: (707) 255-6397 or (800) 799-7233 Outside Napa County
Teléfono: (707) 252-3687
Fax: (707) 224-1560
Web: http://www.napanews.org/
Napa Emergency Women’s Services provides a nurturing refuge for women and children suffering from domestic violence and/or sexual assault, and is a catalyst for change through prevention, intervention and advocacy. Services available in English and Spanish.

Nevada City

Nevada County Victim/Witness Assistance Center
201 Commercial Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
Teléfono: (530) 265-1301
Fax: (530) 478-1871
Web: http://www.mynevadacounty.com/nc/da/vw/Pages/Victim-Witness-Assistance-Center.aspx
Our program is part of a statewide effort to provide crime victims with information and emotional support in the aftermath of crime, guidance through the criminal justice process, assistance in applying for Victim Compensation and awareness of victims' rights. All services are confidential and free of charge. Contact us to: talk to someone about the effect of the crime, for an explanation of the court process, to know the status of your case, for a referral to a social service agency, for information about protective/restraining orders, to help prepare a victim impact statement, for questions about restitution for your losses, and for assistance in filing a victim of crime claim.

Newhall

Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley
P.O. Box 220037
Newhall, CA 91322
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 259-4357
Teléfono: (661) 259-8175
Provides emergency shelter, 24 hour hotline, support groups for women, crisis intervention, counseling for women and children, legal service referrals, court approved batterer's program, community outreach, and community service programs.

Oakland

A Safe Place
P.O. Box 23006
Oakland, CA 94623
Línea de Ayuda: (510) 536-7233
Teléfono: Office: (510) 986-8600
Teléfono: (510) 986-8606
Fax: (510) 986-8606
Web: http://www.asafeplacedvs.org/
Email: programs@asafeplacedvs.org
Provides services for victims of domestic violence, including a 24-hour crisis and referral line, an emergency shelter program (up to 8 weeks stay), an interim motel program (if the space in the shelter is full), and other supportive services.

Alameda County District Attorney's Victim–Witness Assistance Division
1225 Fallon Street, Room 900
Oakland, CA 94612
Teléfono: (510) 272-6222
Fax: (510) 271-5157
Web: http://www.alcoda.org/victim_witness/
Email: info@alcodada.org
The Victim–Witness Assistance Division of the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office provides a variety of services for crime victims, witnesses, and their families as they work through the emotional trauma of their victimization. Information is available in English, Spanish, Chinese and Farsi.

Bay Area Women Against Rape
470 27th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Línea de Ayuda: (510) 845-7273 English and Spanish 24-hour Hotline
Teléfono: (510) 430-1298
Fax: (510) 430-2579
Web: http://www.bawar.org/
Email: bawr@bawar.org
For persons in Alameda County who are dealing with the trauma of a sexual assault, we offer the services they need the most, experienced counseling and advocacy 24-hours per day. For the survivor we have a listener who will not judge, criticize, or be easily shocked. In-person counseling, accompaniment, advocacy, and support during the medical and judicial processes complete our response to the needs of the sexual assault survivor.

Oceanside

Women's Resource Center
1963 Apple Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 757-3500 24-hour hotline
Teléfono: (760) 757-3500
Web: http://www.wrcsd.org/services/
Email: wrcemail@aol.com
The Women’s Resource Center develops intervention and prevention programs designed to meet the needs of victims of sexual assault or domestic violence. A program has also been established for perpetrators. Services include: emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis intervention, adult and children's counseling, community and prevention education, domestic violence perpetrator programs, sexual assault response team and domestic violence response team.

Orange

Women's Transitional Living Center, Inc.
P.O. Box 6103
Orange, CA 92863
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 531-5522 Bilingual Line
Teléfono: (714) 992-1939 ext. 101
Fax: (714) 992-0525
Web: http://www.wtlc.org
Email: gtsontos@wtlc.org
Services include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing, community outreach, legal advocacy, immigration services, children’s program.

Oroville

Butte County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Center (VWAC)
25 County Center Drive
Oroville, CA 95965-3385
Teléfono: (530) 538-7340
Teléfono: (530) 538-7411 D.A.'s Office
Fax: (530) 538-7071
Web: http://www.buttecounty.net/da/victim.htm
Email: victimassistance@buttecounty.net
The District Attorney’s Office is committed to helping victims of crime and vigorously protecting their rights. VWAC’s mandate is to alleviate the trauma and the frequently devastating effects of crimes of violence on the lives of victims, witnesses and their families. Visit the website for a list of resources.

Oxnard

The Coalition for Family Harmony
1030 N. Ventura Road
Oxnard, CA 93030
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 656-1111 or (800) 300-2181 (Bilingual Hotline)
Teléfono: (805) 983-6014
Teléfono: 805-656-4439 (TTY)
Web: http://www.thecoalition.org
Email: help@thecoalition.org
The Coalition offers a variety of services to assist survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, as well as family and friends of those suffering from abuse, and all of our services are offered in English and Spanish. Services include: emergency shelter, batterers' intervention, counseling, legal services, community education and outreach.

Palm Desert

Coachella Valley Sexual Assault Services
74333 Hwy 111, Suite 103
Palm Desert, CA 92260
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 656-4673; 1-800-656-4673 (toll-free)
Teléfono: (760) 568-9071
Fax: (760) 568-0124
Web: http://www.sbsas.org/Home%20Page
Part of San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services; serves Riverside county and the Coachella Valley area. Provides a rape crisis hotline, counseling and advocacy to rape victims and family members. The center also provides emergency food, clothing, and housing to victims who are without necessities because of the violent crime. All services are free and confidential.

Shelter From The Storm
73-555 Alessandro Dr., Suite D
Palm Desert, CA 92255
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 775-6055
Teléfono: (760) 328-7233
Teléfono: (760) 674-0400
Web: http://shelterfromthestorm.com/
Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, legal services, outreach and crisis intervention, community education.

Pasadena

Grace Center
1495 North Lake Av.
Pasadena, CA 91104
Teléfono: (626) 355-4545
Web: http://www.grace-center.org
Email: info@grace-center.org
Services are available to domestic violence survivors – both male and female, English and Spanish. Services also available for children.

Haven House
P.O. Box 50007
Pasadena, CA 91115
Línea de Ayuda: (323) 681-2626
Teléfono: (626) 564-8880
Fax: (626) 564-9348
Services: emergency shelter, bilingual counseling services, housing and employment assistance, legal advocacy and assistance, outreach, and medical services.

Peace Over Violence
West San Gabriel Valley Center
892 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Suite D
Pasadena, CA 91103
Línea de Ayuda: Rape and DV hotline: (213) 626-3393 (310) 392-8381, (626) 793-3385, and the stalking hotline (877) 633-0044
Teléfono: (626) 584-6191
Teléfono: (213) 626-3393
Fax: (626-584-6193
Web: http://www.peaceoverviolence.org/
Email: info@peaceoverviolence.org
Peace Over Violence, (formerly LACAAW), is a sexual and domestic violence, stalking, child abuse and youth violence prevention center headquartered in Los Angeles and dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence. POV’s innovative programs are comprehensive and include emergency, intervention, prevention, education and advocacy services.

Paso Robles

North County Women's Shelter and Resource Center
1030 Vine Street
P.O. Box 630
Paso Robles, CA 93447
Línea de Ayuda: 1-855-886-7473
Web: http://northcountywomensshelter.org/
Email: contact@riseslo.org
Services include: emergency shelter, community outreach, temporary restraining order program, case management, counseling.

Placerville

El Dorado County District Attorney's Victim / Witness Assistance Program
Placerville Office
515 Main Street
Placerville, CA 95667
Teléfono: (530) 642-4760 Victim Witness Unit
Teléfono: (530) 621-4472 D.A. Office
Fax: (530) 544-6413
Web: http://www.edcgov.us/Government/ELDODA/Victim/Witness_Unit.aspx
Email: sue.meyer@edcgov.us
From South Lake Tahoe: (530) 573-7955 Ext 6472; From El Dorado Hills (916) 358-3553 Ext. 6472. The Victim / Witness Assistance Program provides basic services that include the following: counseling, referral services, orientation to criminal justice system, property recovery, court escorts and victim compensation claims.

El Centro para las Relaciones Libres de Violencia
344 Placerville Drive, Suite 11
Placerville, CA 95667
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 626-1131 / (916) 939-6616
Teléfono: (530) 626-1450 / (916) 939-4464
Web: http://www.thecenternow.org
Anteriormente El Dorado Centro de la Mujer

Porterville

Central California Family Crisis Center
770 North Main Street
Porterville, CA 93258
Línea de Ayuda: (559) 784-0192, (559) 784-0194, (559) 781-7468
Teléfono: (559) 781-7462
Teléfono: 559-784-0192
Web: http://www.ccfamilycrisis.org/
Email: edccfcc@ocsnet.net
Provides emergency and transitional shelters to victims of domestic violence, case management, food, clothing, employment counseling, parenting classess, advocacy and health services.

Tulare County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Division (Porterville office)
643 N. Westwood
Porterville, CA 93257
Teléfono: (559) 782-9600
Web: http://www.da-tulareco.org/victim_witness.htm
If you or someone you know has been a victim of crime, the Victim/Witness Assistance Division can help you by providing one or more of the services listed below: crisis intervention, orientation to the criminal justice system, court support, case status information, property return information, community resource and referral counseling, assistance in filing for financial reimbursement for losses incurred.

Quincy

Plumas County Victim/Witness Program
520 Main Street, Room 404
Quincy, CA 95971
Teléfono: (530) 283-6285
Web: http://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/counties/plumas.aspx
Email: victimwitness@countyofplumas.com
Assists victims and witnesses of crime to cope with trauma and the court process.

Plumas Crisis Intervention Resource Center
591 West Main Street
Quincy, CA 95971
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 283-4333 or (877) 332-2754
Teléfono: Rape Crisis Line: (877)215-7273
Teléfono: (530) 283-5515
Fax: (530) 283-3539
Web: http://www.pcirc.info/
Email: pcirc@pcirc.com
Services: 24-hour crisis line; providing information and referral services; giving direct services or assisting individuals and/or families in attaining services; providing educational opportunities in the community and respond to emerging needs in the community.

Rancho Cucamonga

San Bernardino District Attorney Bureau of Victim Services
830 Haven Avenue, 4thFloor
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Teléfono: (909) 945-4241
Web: http://www.sbcountyda.org/ServicesInformation/ServingVictims.aspx
Services include: crisis intervention, orientation to the criminal justice system, notification, referral to counseling and community resources, sexual assault and domestic violence services and state victim compensation.

Red Bluff

Alternatives to Violence
1805 Walnut St
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Teléfono: (530) 528-0300
Teléfono: (800) 324-6473
Fax: (530) 528-9339
Web: http://atvrb.org/
Email: info@atvrb.org
Alternatives to Violence can help whether you are currently in an abusive relationship or recovering from domestic violence. We have trained staff available 24/7 to answer your questions, help you through a crisis or provide you with local resources. There are many locations throughout California, please call the office for a group close to you. Services include shelters, counseling, workshops, and 24-hour hotline.

Redding

Shasta County District Attorney's Crime Victims Assistance Center
1525 Court St., 3rd Floor
Redding, CA 96001
Teléfono: (530) 225-5220
Fax: (530) 245-6334
Web: http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/index/da_index/vwp_index.aspx
Email: afitzgerald@co.shasta.ca.us
The Crime Victims Assistance Center provides a range of services for individuals who are a victim of a crime in California and/or witness to a crime who suffers either financial loss or emotional problems from the experience. Included in the services which may be available to victims and witnesses are the following: Counseling; Emergency Assistance (temporary shelter, food, transportation, and medical care); Claims/Eligibility Assistance (with Victim Compensation and other programs); Justice System Information Assistance (such as assistance and support during court appearances and assistance in retrieving property held in evidence); and Notification Assistance (Assistance in the notifications of friends, relatives, and employer).

Shasta County Women's Refuge
2280 Benton Drive, Building A
Redding, CA 96003
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 244-0117 or (866) 329-7297, collect calls accepted
Teléfono: (530) 244-0118
Fax: (530) 244-2653
Services include: shelter assistance, crisis intervention, advocacy services, support services, counseling, education, information and referrals, emergency cell phones.

Redwood City

San Mateo County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program - South County Office
Hall of Justice
400 County Center, 3rd Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063
Teléfono: (650) 599-7479
Web: http://da.smcgov.org/victim-services
The Victim Witness Assistance Program can provide the following services: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, resource & referral assistance, funeral/ burial assistance, court escort/accompaniment, and assistance with the victim impact statement.

Ridgecrest

Women's Center High Desert
134 S. China Lake Blvd.
Ridgecrest, CA 93555
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 375-7525 Domestic Violence / (760) 375-0745 Sexual Assault
Teléfono: (760) 371-1969
Web: http://womenscenterhighdesert.org/
Provides a network of services relating to domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse for Eastern Kern county and surrounding counties. Services include: shelter, sexual assault response team, child abuse prevention helpline, court advocacy, temporary restraining orders and legal assistance.

Riverside

Alternatives to Domestic Violence
P.O. Box 910
Call for physical address
Riverside, CA 92502
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 339-7273 or (951) 683-0829
Teléfono: (909) 320-1370
Teléfono: (800) 399-7233 (outside 951 area code)
Fax: (951) 320-1387
Web: http://www.alternativestodv.org/
Email: info@adv-besafe.org
Services include: 24-hour hotline, information and referrals, crisis intervention, teen/children programs, outreach program, advocacy program and counseling.

Riverside County District Attorney Victim Services Western Division
3960 Orange Street
Riverside, CA 92501
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 599-9973
Teléfono: (951) 955-5450
Teléfono: (951) 955-5400
Web: http://www.rivcoda.org/opencms/index.html
Email: inquiris@rivcoda.org
The Division of Victim and Witness Services has specially trained and experienced Advocates to work with victims, witnesses and their families throughout and beyond the criminal justice process. Advocates can assist you with the following services: information on your rights as a crime victim, guidance in dealing with the court system, assistance in completing and filing applications for crime victim compensation, providing contact information for local resources and counseling referrals, emergency assistance, and ongoing support while you learn to cope.

Roseville

PEACE for Families - Roseville Service Office
700 Sunrise Ave., Suite N
Roseville, CA 95661
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 575-5352
Teléfono: (916) 773-7273
Fax: (916) 773-3990
Web: http://www.standupplacer.org/
Services for victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, therapy, crisis intervention, counseling, information and referral, emergency food, clothing and transportation.

Sacramento

Community Against Sexual Assault (CASH)
P.O. Box 160022
Sacramento, CA 95816
Teléfono: 916-856-2900
Web: http://cashsac.org/home
Email: info@cashsac.org
Provides peer counseling, support/education groups, direct and community outreach, drop-in center, community presentations and much more to help individuals who escape prostitution and victims of commercial sexual exploitation.

Sacramento County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
901 G. Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Teléfono: (916) 874-5701
Teléfono: (916) 874-6218 D.A. Office
Fax: (916) 321-2201
Web: http://www.sacda.org/helpingvictims/victim-witness/
Email: daoffice@sacda.org
Services include: crisis counseling, orientation to the criminal justice system, filing for victim compensation, support groups and other services. Assistance is available in many languages.

St. John's Shelter for Women and Children
1321 N. C St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
Teléfono: (916) 453-1482
Web: http://www.stjohnsshelter.org
(Anteriormente localizado en el Condado Madera)

W.E.A.V.E. Women Escaping A Violent Environment
1900 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Línea de Ayuda: (916) 920-2952 or (866) 920-2952
Teléfono: (916) 448-2321
Teléfono: 916-443-3715 (TDD)
Web: http://www.weaveinc.org
WEAVE is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County. Through its involvement in the Rescue & Restore Coalition, WEAVE also provides outreach and services for international and domestic victims of human trafficking. Services include: 24-hour hotline, counseling, prevention and education, emergency response, legal advocacy, safe house program.

Salinas

Monterey County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
230 Church Street, Modular #3
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1131)
Salinas, CA 93902
Teléfono: (831) 755-5072
Fax: (831) 755-5003
Web: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/da/victimwit.htm
The mission of the Victim/Witness Assistance Program is to provide services to victims/witnesses of all types of crime; reduce the trauma and insensitive treatment that victims/witnesses may experience in the wake of crime; improve the criminal justice system’s understanding of the needs of victims and witnesses and empower victims to participate in the administration of justice; educate law enforcement officials and all other criminal justice personnel, to the needs of victims; assure that victims as witnesses are informed of the progress of the case in which they are involved; empower victims to recover from the effects of crimes through crisis intervention and related support services; provide assistance to victims of crime in applying for state compensation and in seeking restitution.

YWCA de Monterey
236 Monterey Street
Salinas, CA 93901
Línea de Ayuda: (831) 372-6300 or (831) 583-1025
Teléfono: (831) 422-8602
Fax: (831) 422-8608
Web: http://www.ywca.org/site/pp.asp?c=anJHKMNrFqG&b=483007
Email: mail@ywcamc.org
Shelter and counseling services for domestic violence victims and their families. The YWCA addresses complex issues facing families in domestic crisis and transition: our approach to domestic violence is four-fold: 1) to dispense critical immediate support services; 2) to provide strategies for healing once immediate crises pass; 3) to provide education and counseling to break the cycle of violence in the lives of individuals and families; 4) to advocate for public policies focusing on ending family violence.

San Andreas

Calaveras County District Attorney's Victim Witness Program
891 Mt. Ranch Road
San Andreas, CA 95249
Teléfono: (209) 754-6565
Web: http://da.calaverasgov.us/DistrictAttorney/VictimWitness.aspx
We provide: Information about your case; court accompaniment; an explanation of court proceedings; assistance in getting property returned; assistance in obtaining restitution; referrals to local medical providers; help in obtaining compensation from the state for crime related medical bills; help in preparing a victim impact statement.

Calaveras Crisis Center
Drop-in Center, 1404 Gold Hunter Road
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 623)
San Andreas, CA 95249
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 736-4011
Teléfono: (209) 754-1300
Web: http://trcac.org/
Provides counseling, shelter, assistance getting temporary restraining orders, referrals, courtroom and hospital accompaniment and support groups.

The Resource Connection
593 W. St. Charles St., Suite B
San Andreas, CA 95249
Teléfono: (209) 754-3114
Teléfono: (209) 754-2000
Fax: (209) 754-4014
Web: http://trcac.org/
Email: info@trcac.org
The Resource Connec­tion offers crisis services in the form of the Calaveras Crisis Center. Advocates and Volunteers are certified to provide services for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault victims/survivors. There are a number of services available including support groups, peer counseling, and various informational resources. All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL to men, women, and children. The Resource Center’s other programs and ser­vices are related to chil­dren and fam­i­l­ies, nutri­tion, and pre­ven­tion and inter­ven­tion are offered to res­i­dents through­out Amador and Calav­eras counties. Open Monday - Friday 8:00-4:30.

San Bernardino

Family Service Agency of San Bernardino
1669 North "E" St.
San Bernardino, CA 92405
Teléfono: (909) 886-6737
Teléfono: (800) 832-9119
Web: http://fsaofsb.org/
The Agency's purpose is to promote and strengthen individual and family life through a variety of crisis intervention, counseling, education and community service programs. Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Option House, Inc.
813 North D Street #A
P.O. Box 970
San Bernardino, CA 92401
Teléfono: (909) 383-1602
Fax: (909) 889-7312
Web: http://www.optionhouseinc.org/
Email: info@optionhouseinc.org
Services include: counseling, education, intervention, advocacy, food, clothing, and support services. The agency also provides outreach services, legal services and information, education and awareness.

San Bernardino District Attorney Bureau of Victim Services
316 North Mt. View Avenue
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Teléfono: (909) 387-6540
Web: http://www.sbcountyda.org/ServicesInformation/ServingVictims.aspx
Services include: crisis intervention, orientation to the criminal justice system, notification, referral to counseling and community resources, sexual assault and domestic violence services and state victim compensation.

San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services
444 North Arrowhead Ave., Ste 101-104
San Bernardino, CA 92401-1221
Línea de Ayuda: 24HR Crisis Hotline 1-800-656-4673 (toll-free) or 1-909-885-8884
Web: http://sbsas.org/
Programs and Services: 24-Hour crisis intervention hotline, individual and group counseling, hospital & court advocacy and accompaniment, community referrals, community education & prevention programs, community fairs/tabling events, volunteer training program, bilingual services. All services free of charge.

San Diego

Center for Community Solutions - San Diego Office
4508 Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 385-4657
Teléfono: (858) 272-5777
Web: http://www.ccssd.org
Domestic Violence Services: Hotline, Legal Services , Domestic Violence Victim Advocacy, Counseling Services, Shelter and Transitional Services; Sexual Assault Services: Hotline, Legal Services , Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy, Counseling Services. In the legal clinic, CCS has attorneys and paralegals offer assistance with getting temporary restraining orders, custody and divorce issues and victims of crime funding claims. Also provides court accompaniment and limited in-court representation. Services available in English and Spanish.

San Diego County District Attorney's Victim Services Program (Main Office)
330 W. Broadway
San Diego, CA 92101
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 385-4657 Domestic Violence Hotline
Teléfono: (619) 531-4040
Fax: 619-237-1351
Web: http://www.sdcda.org/helping/victims/victim-services.html
Services include: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, resource and referral assistance, direct follow-up counseling, property return assistance, orientation to the criminal justice system, court escort & court support, case status & case disposition information, notification of family and friends, employer notification, and victim of crime claims assistance and more (see website for more information).

YWCA of San Diego
1012 C Street
San Diego, CA 92101
Línea de Ayuda: (619) 234-3164
Teléfono: (619) 239-0355
Fax: (619) 233-8545
Web: http://www.ywcasandiego.org
Email: ywca@ywcasandiego.org
Services include: 24-hour hotline, crisis intervention and counseling, emergency shelter, transitional housing, support groups, legal assistance, and case management. Services available in Spanish.

San Francisco

Asian Women's Shelter
3543 18th Street #19
San Francisco, CA 94110
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 751-0880 (24-hour crisis hotline)
Teléfono: (415) 751-7110
Fax: (415) 751-0806
Web: http://www.sfaws.org
Email: info@sfaws.org
Services provided include a 24-hour crisis hotline, shelter, counseling, and case management. Also has a program, called Queer Asian Women's Services (QAWS), helping lesbian, bisexual, queer women and transgender victims of relationship violence. Services available in multiple languages.

Community United Against Violence
170A Capp Street (bet. 16th and 17th Streets)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 333-4357
Teléfono: (415) 777-5500
Fax: (415) 777-5565
Web: http://www.cuav.org
Email: info@cuav.org - general information
Programs and services to help LGBTQQ survivors of violence.

Donaldina Cameron House
920 Sacramento St.
San Francisco, CA 94108
Teléfono: (415) 781-0401
Fax: (415) 781-0605
Web: http://www.cameronhouse.org/
Email: cameronhouse@cameronhouse.org
A multi-service agency in Chinatown serving the Asian communities in the San Francisco Bay area. Services include: counseling, support groups, education and more. Languages spoken: Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese.

Hamilton Family Center
1631 Hayes St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 665-2354
Teléfono: (415) 409-2100
Fax: (415) 345-0470
Web: http://www.hamiltonfamilycenter.org
Programs: family emergency center, housing, and children and youth services.

La Casa de las Madres
1663 Mission St. Suite 225 (bet. Division and South Van Ness)
San Francisco, CA 94103
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 503-1850
Teléfono: Teen Crisis Line: (877) 923-0700
Teléfono: (415) 503-0500
Web: http://www.lacasa.org/
La Casa offers comprehensive and empowering services to women, teens, and children exposed to and at risk of abuse. Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, counseling, teen program, case management, community education, outreach program. We have a Drop-in Center Drop (9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday) which offers: Crisis response and intervention; Safety planning and risk assessment; Counseling; Support groups; Intakes to our Emergency Shelter Program; Assistance with housing stability; Economic empowerment; Safe visitation advocacy; Restraining order assistance; Advocacy, information, and referrals for a wide range of legal, medical, housing, therapeutic, and childcare issues.

San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center
1757 Waller Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Teléfono: (415) 668-0494
Web: http://www.sfcapc.org
Email: info@sfcapc.org
The mission of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center is to prevent child abuse and reduce its devastating impact. Our programs empower children to speak up, enable parents to be better caregivers, and create a strong community to protect all kids. Services: 24-hour crisis and counseling line for parents under stress, parent drop-in center (provides counseling, referrals and parenting skills group), children's playroom, parent/child counseling, substance abuse services, child care and employment assistance.

San Francisco County District Attorney Victim Services Division
850 Bryant Street, Rm 320
San Francisco, CA 94103
Teléfono: (415) 553-9044
Web: http://sfdistrictattorney.org/index.aspx?page=4
Victim advocates can provide the following services: information on your rights as a crime victim, guidance on dealing with the court system, contact information for local resources and counseling referrals, assistance in filling out applications for the California Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) to reimburse you for out-of-pocket expenses related to your victimization, ongoing support while you learn to cope. Languages spoken: Spanish, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

San Francisco Women Against Rape
3543 18th St., # 7
San Francisco, CA 94110
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 647-7273
Teléfono: (415) 861-2024
Fax: (415) 861-2092
Web: http://www.sfwar.org
Email: info@sfwar.org
San Francisco Women Against Rape provides resources, support, advocacy and education to strengthen the work of all individuals, and communities in San Francisco that are responding to, healing from, and struggling to end sexual violence. It is women of color led and services include: 24-hour hotline, peer counseling, support groups, referrals, outreach programs, community education, and medical/legal advocacy

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco’s Riley Center
1237 Van Ness Avenue, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94109
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 255-0165
Teléfono: (415) 977-1270
Web: http://svdp-sf.org/what-we-do/riley-center/
Email: info@svdp-sf.org
Offers safe and confidential comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence, along with their children, from the point of crisis to a woman’s achievement of self-sufficiency. 

Our services include a Community Office that offers drop-in services, support groups, community education and follow-up support to former residents of our residential programs. Additional services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, food, counseling, case management, parenting groups, employment referrals, children’s program.

W.O.M.A.N., Inc. (Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent)
333 Valencia Street, Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94103
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 864-4722 or (877) 384-3578
Teléfono: (415) 864-4777
Fax: (415) 864-1082
Web: http://www.womaninc.org
A community-based, multi-service agency, serving survivors of domestic violence in San Francisco and the larger Bay Area. Services include: 24-hour hotline, support groups, counseling, community education, emergency referrals, Latino program.

San Jose

Asian Americans for Community Involvement
2400 Moorpark Ave. Suite 300
San Jose, CA 95128
Línea de Ayuda: (408) 975-2739
Teléfono: (408) 975-2730
Fax: (408) 975-2745
Web: http://www.aaci.org
The AACI's Domestic Violence Program provides a 24-hour hotline, 24-hour emergency shelter for women and children (men and FTMs will be referred to other housing agencies), counseling, and assistance obtaining a restraining order, employment, and housing. Serves Santa Clara County and the entire Bay Area.

Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence
234 E. Gish Road, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95112
Línea de Ayuda: (408) 279-2962
Teléfono: (408) 501-7550
Fax: (480) 441-7562
Web: http://www.nextdoor.org
Email: cpedroza@nextdoor.org
Provides a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, counseling, advocacy, youth and children's services, teen services and transitional housing.

Santa Clara County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program
70 West Hedding St, West Wing
San Jose, CA 95110
Teléfono: (408) 295-2656
Web: http://www.sccgov.org/sites/da/VictimServices/victimwitnessassistance/Pages/default.aspx
Services available for victims of crime include: Crisis counseling, Emergency assistance, Resource & referral to other agencies, Follow-up counseling, Assistance with return of property taken as evidence, Court assistance, accompaniment and support, Victim compensation applications, Information/ orientation to criminal justice system.

YWCA Rape Crisis Center Santa Clara
375 South 3rd Street
San Jose, CA 95112
Línea de Ayuda: Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 1 (800) 572-2782 24-hour Rape Crisis Hotline at (408) 287-3000 or (650) 493-7273
Teléfono: (408) 295-4011 ext. 200
Web: http://www.ywca-sv.org/programs/rape_crisis_center.php
The YWCA Rape Crisis Department helps residents of Silicon Valley to minimize the traumatic aftermath of sexual assault and to promote safety, mobility, and freedom from abuse for all people. We provide a 24-hour, seven days-a-week crisis hotline, immediate crisis counseling and assistance, information and referrals, and accompaniment services to medical, police, and court facilities. Our services are provided at no cost for all survivors of sexual assault or abuse, as well as their loved ones.

San Leandro

Building Futures with Women and Children
1395 Bancroft Ave.
San Leandro, CA 94577
Línea de Ayuda: (866) A-WAY-OUT (292-9688)
Teléfono: (510) 357-0205
Fax: (510) 357-0688
Web: http://www.bfwc.org
Email: admin@bfwc.org
Services include emergency shelters, case management, assistance with housing and employment and follow-up care.

San Luis Obispo

RISE - Respect, Inspire, Support, Empower
51 Zaca Lane, Suite 140
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 656-4673 or (805) 545-8888
Teléfono: (805) 545-8888
Fax: (805) 545-5841
Web: http://riseslo.org/
Email: contact@riseslo.org
Services include: 24-hour hotline, counseling, support group, bilingual services, education.

San Luis Obispo County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
Court House Annex #384
San Luis Obispo, CA 93408
Línea de Ayuda: (866) 781-5821
Teléfono: (805) 781-8521
Fax: (805) 781-5828
Web: http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/DA/Victim_Witness.htm
Email: victimwitness@co.slo.ca.us
The San Luis Obispo County Victim/Witness Assistance Program works to reduce the trauma, frustration and inconvenience experienced by victims, witnesses, and family members affected by crime. We do this by providing a wide variety of services to victims of crime and their families, in addition to supporting victims and witnesses throughout the criminal justice process. As part of our mission, we inform victims of their constitutional and statutory rights under California law, and how to exercise those rights.

Women's Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County
P.O. Box 125
San Luis Obispo, CA 93406
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 781-6400
Teléfono: (805) 781-6401
Fax: (805) 781-6410
Web: http://www.womensshelterslo.org
Email: wsp@callamerica.net
The Women's Shelter Program of SLO County offers counseling to ALL who are affected by intimate partner violence and childhood trauma. Services include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, information and referrals, counseling, support groups, case management, advocacy emergency food and clothing.

San Marcos

Casa de Amparo
325 Buena Creek Rd
San Marcos, CA 92069
Teléfono: (760) 754-5500
Fax: (760) 566-3569
Web: http://www.casadeamparo.org/
Email: info@casadeamparo.org
In an effort to prevent and treat child abuse, provides counseling, support, and other services to children and their families in San Diego County. (Note: This organization doesn’t specifically focus on domestic violence although WomensLaw.org lists it since child abuse is often a part of the cycle of domestic violence.)

North County Violence Prevention Center
330 Rancheros Dr., Ste 116
San Marcos, CA 92069
Línea de Ayuda: (866) 821-1901
Teléfono: (760) 747-6282
Fax: (760) 798-4096
Web: http://www.familyviolencepreventioncenter.org/index.html
Email: advocate@familyviolencepreventioncenter.org
Services include: court accompaniment, assistance with getting restraining orders, safety planning tips, shelter referrals, and counseling. Services available in English and Spanish.

San Mateo

CORA - Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse
2211 Palm Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
Línea de Ayuda: (650) 312-8515 or (800) 300-1080
Teléfono: (650) 652-0800
Fax: (650 652-0808
Web: http://www.corasupport.org/
Provides services to victims of domestic violence including intervention and prevention services, emergency shelter, and transitional housing. Languages: English, Spanish, and Tagalog.

San Pablo

Community Violence Solutions - San Pablo
2101 Van Ness Street
San Pablo, CA 94806
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 670-7273
Teléfono: (510) 237-0113
Web: http://www.cvsolutions.org
Email: admin@cvsolutions.org
Community Violence Solutions provides support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault and their families through these main programs: 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and Rape Crisis Center, Sexual Assault Response Team, Children’s Interview Center, Prevention Services, Anti-Human Trafficking, Stand In Pride, Differential Response Team.

San Pedro

Rainbow Services
453 W. 7th St.
San Pedro, CA 90731
Línea de Ayuda: (310) 547-9343 English/Spanish Hotline
Teléfono: (310) 548-5450
Fax: (310) 548-0611
Web: http://www.rainbowservicesdv.org
Provides support and assistance for women and children dealing with family violence. Services: 24-hour English/Spanish crisis hotline, Rainbow House, a 30-day emergency shelter, Villa Paloma, a transitional shelter, case management, counseling, parenting classes, life-skills classes, and programs for children.

San Rafael

Community Violence Solutions - San Rafael
30 N. San Pedro #170
San Rafael, CA 94903
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 670-7273
Teléfono: (415) 259-2850
Web: http://www.cvsolutions.org
Email: admin@cvsolutions.org
Community Violence Solutions provides support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault and their families through these main programs: 24-Hour Crisis Intervention Hotline and Rape Crisis Center, Sexual Assault Response Team, Children’s Interview Center, Prevention Services, Anti-Human Trafficking, Stand In Pride, Differential Response Team.

Marin Abused Women's Services (MAWS)
734 A Street
San Rafael, CA 94901
Línea de Ayuda: (415) 924-6616 English / (415) 924-3456 Linea de apoyo en español
Teléfono: (415) 457-2464
Teléfono: (415) 457-2421
Fax: (415) 457-6457
Web: http://www.maws.org
Email: contact@maws.org
Women's Spanish Hotline: (415) 924-3456, Men's Hotline: (415) 924-1070. Services include: 24-hour hotlines, emergency shelter, transitional housing, men’s program, bilingual services, medical/legal assistance, information and referrals, advocacy services.

Santa Ana

Community Service Programs, Inc.
1221 E. Dyer Road, Suite 120
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Línea de Ayuda: (714) 842-6600
Teléfono: (949) 250-0488
Fax: (714) 540-1908
Web: http://www.cspinc.org
Email: generalinfo@CSPinc.org
CSP offers free services to women veterans, victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, and elderly abuse. CSP Victim Assistance Programs provide comprehensive services for individuals who are victims of crime, with specialized services for those who are impacted by violent crime. The primary goals of the program are to advocate for victims’ rights, provide emergency assistance in the immediate aftermath of crime, provide on-going support to alleviate the trauma associated with crime, and ease the process of participation in the criminal justice system.

Santa Barbara

Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
2950 State Street, Suite B
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1536)
Santa Barbara, CA 93102
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 964-5245
Teléfono: (805) 963-4458
Fax: (805) 963-1169
Web: http://www.dvsolutions.org
24-Hour Crisis Lines: Lompoc (805) 736-0965; Santa Maria (805) 925-2160; Santa Ynez (805)686-4390. Services include: 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, emergency response, support groups, transitional housing, community education, counseling, intervention and treatment.

Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program
1112 Santa Barbara Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Línea de Ayuda: (855) 840-3232
Teléfono: (805) 568-2400 Victim Witness Assistance
Teléfono: (805) 568-2300 D.A. Main Number
Web: http://www.countyofsb.org/da/victim_witness.html
Email: sbcountyda@co.santa-barbara.ca.us
El Programa de Asistencia a Víctimas-Testigos brinda a las víctimas de crímenes orientación sobre el sistema de justicia criminal. Se provee recursos y referencias para casos de crisis o emergencia. Se anima a las víctimas de violencia domestica a contactarnos.

El Centro Contra Violacion Sexual
433 E. Cañon Perdido Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Línea de Ayuda: (805) 564-3696
Teléfono: (805) 963-6832
Fax: (805) 965-3271
Web: http://www.sbrapecrisiscenter.org
Email: sbrcc@sbrcc.nt
Services include: counseling, crisis intervention, support services. Also offer education and prevention, self-defense, training and in-services. All services available in Spanish and English.

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Program
County Government Center
701 Ocean Street, Rm 200
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Teléfono: (831) 454-2010
Teléfono: (831) 454-2400
Web: http://datinternet.co.santa-cruz.ca.us/index.php/victim-services
Email: dao@co.santa-cruz.ca.us
Services are offered to the victims of violent crimes and other eligible family members. The services provided include: coordination with criminal justice agencies, crisis intervention, assistance with claims reimbursement, counseling, court escort, explanation of court procedures and case status information, liaison and referral to community resources, information regarding restraining orders, follow-up support to victims and their families, employer notification and creditor intervention, bereavement and injury notification, restitution information, victims' rights. Available in English and Spanish.

Santa Monica

Ocean Park Community Center (OPCC) Sojourn Services for Battered Women and their Children
14502 20th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Línea de Ayuda: (310) 264-6644
Teléfono: (310) 264-6646
Web: http://www.opcc.net/?nd=violence
Email: customerservices@opcc.net
Services: 24-hour hotline, counseling, emergency shelter, education, children’s program, court advocacy, legal clinic, information and referrals.

Santa Rosa

Sonoma County District Attorney Victim Services
600 Admin Drive, Room 212J
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Teléfono: (707) 565-2311
Web: http://da.sonoma-county.org/content.aspx?sid=1023&id=1718
Services: crisis intervention; emergency assistance; resource and referral assistance; direct follow-up counseling; property return assistance; orientation to the criminal justice system; court escort & court support; case status & case disposition information; notification of family and friends; employer notification; victim of crime claims assistance.

Verity
835 Piner Rd., Suite D
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Línea de Ayuda: (707) 545-7273
Teléfono: (707) 545-7270
Fax: (707) 545-8136
Web: http://ourverity.org/
Email: info@ourverity.org
Services include: a sexual assault crisis line available 24 hour a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year; Walk-in crisis counseling available weekdays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at our office – Crisis intervention including accompaniment to sexual assault forensic exams, law enforcement interviews, and court; Individual therapy and support groups, including specialized programs for military personnel and veterans.

Women’s Justice Center
P.O. Box 7510
Santa Rosa, CA 95407
Teléfono: 707-575-3150
Web: http://www.justicewomen.com/
Email: rdjustice@monitor.net
Provides advocacy, free of charge, for victims of rape, domestic violence, and child abuse, particularly in the Latina and other under-served communities of Sonoma County. Also provides advocacy training and community education.

YWCA Sonoma County
P.O. Box 3506
Santa Rosa, CA 95402
Línea de Ayuda: (707) 546-1234
Teléfono: (707) 546-9922
Fax: (707) 546-9928
Web: http://www.kintera.org/site/c.7pLNLVPpEbLWH/b.7965763/k.BE50/Home.htm
The YWCA Sonoma County supports women and children in abusive environments by providing safe shelter, therapy and on-going support for up to two years.

Seal Beach

Interval House Crisis Shelter
P.O. Box 3356
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Línea de Ayuda: (714) 891-8121, (562) 594-4555
Teléfono: (562) 594-9492
Fax: (562) 596-3370
Web: http://www.intervalhouse.org/
Email: admin@intervalhouse.org
Interval House provides comprehensive domestic violence services in over 70 different languages to individuals and families in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Sonora

Mountain Women's Resource Center
19043-B Standard Rd
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1154)
Sonora, CA 95370
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 533-3401, (800) 454-4766
Teléfono: (209) 588-9305
Fax: (209) 588-9272
Web: http://www.mountainwomen.org
Email: info@nonviolentcommunity.org
Provides 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence or sexual assault, peer counseling, emergency shelter, legal assistance, and court and hospital accompaniment. Bilingual services. Open Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00.

Tuolumne County District Attorney Victim Witness Assistance Center
423 North Washington St.
Sonora, CA 95370
Teléfono: (209) 588-5440
Fax: (209) 588-5445
Web: http://www.co.tuolumne.ca.us/index.aspx?NID=167
Email: da@tuolumnecounty.ca.gov
Provides services to victims and witnesses of all types of crimes and not restrict services to victims / witnesses where there is an identified suspect. Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM -12:00PM and 1:00PM -4:00PM.

South Lake Tahoe

Live Violence Free
2941 Lake Tahoe Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 544-4444
Teléfono: (530) 544-2118
Web: http://www.liveviolencefree.org/index.html
Live Violence Free is committed to promoting a violence-free community through education and advocacy to address domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse. Provides 24-hour crisis hotline, peer counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy and accompaniment to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, among other services.

South San Francisco

San Mateo County District Attorney's Victim-Witness Assistance Program - North County Office
Municipal Court Building
1050 Mission Rd
South San Francisco, CA 94080
Teléfono: (650) 599-7479
Web: http://da.smcgov.org/victim-services
The Victim-Witness Assistance Program can provide the following services: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, resource & referral assistance, funeral/burial assistance, court escort/accompaniment, assistance with the victim impact statement.

Stockton

Women's Center Youth & Family Services - Stockton office
620 North San Joaquin Street
Stockton, CA 95202
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 465-4878 (Domestic Violence Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 465-4997 (Sexual Assault Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 941-2611
Web: http://womenscenteryfs.org/
Comprehensive supportive services are available to adult and child victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault as well as their significant others (family members, partners, and friends) whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence. We offer a wide range of confidential and free services such as 24-hour Helpline, Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Court accompaniment, Individual and group counseling, Assistance with Temporary Restraining Orders, Emergency shelter, Information and referrals.

Susanville

Lassen County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Program
220 South Lassen St., Suite 8
Susanville, CA 96130
Teléfono: (530) 251-8283
Fax: (530) 251-2692
Web: http://www.co.lassen.ca.us/govt/dept/victim_witness/default.asp
The Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides crisis intervention and resource and referral, criminal justice system orientation, court escort and support, advisory to victims to provide on-going case status information.

Lassen Family Services, Inc.
1306 Riverside Drive
P.O. Box 701
Susanville, CA 96130
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 257-5004 or (888) 289-5004
Teléfono: (530) 257-4599
Web: http://lassenfamilyservices.org/
Provides services for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child and elder abuse.

Taft

Taft Alpha House
P.O. Box 712
Taft, CA 93268
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 763-4357 (24-hours)
Teléfono: (661) 763-4357
Web: http://www.alphahouse.us
Email: aalphahouse@bak.rr.com
A safe haven for women and children in western Kern County. Services include: 24-hour hotline, case management and mentoring programs, emergency shelter, community education.

Tracy

Women's Center Youth & Family Services - Tracy Office
35 East 10th Street, Suite A
Tracy, CA 95376
Línea de Ayuda: (209) 465-4878 (Domestic Violence Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 465-4997 (Sexual Assault Hotline)
Teléfono: (209) 833-0300
Web: http://womenscenteryfs.org/
Comprehensive supportive services are available to adult and child victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault as well as their significant others (family members, partners, and friends) whose lives have been impacted by domestic violence. We offer a wide range of confidential and free services such as 24-hour Helpline, Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Court accompaniment, Individual and group counseling, Assistance with Temporary Restraining Orders, Emergency shelter, Information and referrals.

Ukiah

Mendocino County District Attorney's Victims/Witness Program
100 N. State Street, Room 501
P.O. Box 144
Ukiah, CA 95482
Teléfono: (707) 463-4218
Teléfono: (707) 463-4211
Fax: (707) 463-3371
Web: http://www.co.mendocino.ca.us/da/vicwit.htm
Email: VictimWitness@co.mendocino.ca.us
The Victims/Witness Program provides assistance to crime victims and witnesses involved in the criminal justice system. Support encompasses crisis intervention, emergency assistance, and resource/referral.

Project Sanctuary, Inc.
564 Dora St., Suite A-1
P.O. Box 450
Ukiah, CA 95482
Línea de Ayuda: (800) 575-4357
Teléfono: (707) 462-9196
Fax: (707) 462-5869
Web: http://www.projectsanctuary.org/
Email: projsanc@projectsanctuary.org
Services: 24-hour crisis line, legal assistance, shelter, counseling, self-defense, prevention education, support groups and information on other local resources. Hotline: (707) 463-HELP Inland Area, (707) 964-HELP Coast Area.

Van Nuys

Strength United
14651 Oxnard Street
Van Nuys, CA 91411
Línea de Ayuda: (661) 253-0258, (818) 886-0453
Teléfono: (818) 787-9700
Fax: (661) 702-1343
Web: http://www.csun.edu/eisner-education/strength-united
Strength United provides a unique interdisciplinary approach to ending abuse and violence through the collaboration of mental health professionals, educators, researchers, students and volunteers. This collaboration enhances the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities through our 24-hour response team, advocacy, intervention, education, prevention and work for social change. Services include: 24-hour hotline, 24-hour sexual assault response team, counseling, education, case management, bilingual services, services for deaf, LGBT, elderly, disabled, and recent immigrants.

Ventura

Ventura County District Attorney Crime Victims’ Assistance Unit
800 S. Victoria Avenue
Ventura, CA 93009
Teléfono: (805) 654-3622 Crime Victim Assistance
Teléfono: (805) 654-3006 Witness Coordination
Web: http://www.vcdistrictattorney.com/victims/
Advocates accompany victims to court, provide a supportive ear, and display a calm strength to help victims get through court proceedings that can be frightening and highly emotional. With the help of Victim Advocates, victims can obtain protective court orders. Advocates also assist in processing, filing, and verifying of restitution claims filed with the California Victims of Crime Compensation Program. Skilled in crisis intervention, victim advocates offer an array of referrals to service providers who respond to the individual needs of victims.

Victorville

"A Better Way" Domestic Violence Shelter and Outreach
P.O. Box 2825
Victorville, CA 92392
Línea de Ayuda: (866) 228-2059
Teléfono: (760) 955-8010
Web: http://www.abetterwaydomesticviolence.org
Email: vvdv@verizon.net
Assists victims of domestic violence and their children by providing shelter, programs, opportunity and education. Services include: shelter, parent education, anger management, basic budgeting, health and nutrition, support groups.

High Desert Domestic Violence Program
15075 7th Street
Victorville, CA 92395
Línea de Ayuda: (760) 949-4357 (HELP) or (866) 770-7867
Teléfono: (760) 843-0701
Teléfono: (866) 843-9551 (toll-free)
Fax: (760) 843-9551
Web: http://www.hddvp.org/
Email: elsa@hddvp.org
Provides 30-day emergency shelter, transitional housing, support groups, legal assistance getting restraining orders, legal referrals, supervised visitation program, and group and peer counseling. Services available in English and Spanish.

Visalia

Family Services of Tulare County
815 West Oak Street
Visalia, CA 93291
Línea de Ayuda: (559) 732-5941 Domestic Violence; (559) 732-7371 Sexual Assault
Teléfono: (559) 741-7310
Fax: (559) 732-6404
Web: http://www.fstc.net/
Email: info@fstc.net
Our mission is to help children, adults, and families throughout Tulare County heal from violence and thrive in healthy relationships. Services for sexual assault and domestic violence survivors include: 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, community crisis response, support groups, individual counseling, legal assistance and community education.

Tulare County District Attorney's Victim/Witness Assistance Division (Visalia Office)
11200 Avenue 368, Room 101
Visalia, CA 93291
Teléfono: (559) 735-1470
Web: http://www.da-tulareco.org
If you or someone you know has been a victim of crime, the Victim/Witness Assistance Division can help you by providing one or more of the services listed below: crisis intervention, orientation to the criminal justice system, court support, case status information, property return information, community resource and referral counseling, assistance in filing for financial reimbursement for losses incurred.

Vista

San Diego County District Attorney’s Victim Services Program - North County Office
325 S. Melrose Drive, Ste 5000
Vista, CA 92081
Teléfono: (760) 806-4004
Fax: (760) 806-4162
Web: http://www.sdcda.org/helping/index.html
Our victim advocates are equipped to offer emotional support, financial links and important information about how the system works. The intent of the Victim Assistance Program is to reduce the trauma and insensitivity that victims suffer following a crime. Advocates navigate victims through the legal system, directing them to agencies and organizations that offer assistance and emergency services.

Watsonville

Women's Crisis Support - Santa Cruz
233 East Lake Avenue
Watsonville, CA 95076
Línea de Ayuda: (831) 685-3737
Teléfono: (831) 722-4532
Teléfono: (831) 425-4030
Web: http://www.wcs-ddm.org
Email: postmaster@wcs-ddm.org
Services include: emergency shelter, crisis assistance, legal assistance, community education and outreach.

Women's Crisis Support - Watsonville
406 Main Street, Suite 326
Watsonville, CA 95076
Línea de Ayuda: (888) 900-4232
Teléfono: (831) 722-4532
Web: http://www.wcs-ddm.org
Email: postmaster@wcs-ddm.org
Services include: crisis intervention, emergency shelter, children and youth programs and community education.

Weaverville

Human Response Network
111 Mountainview St.
P.O. Box 2370
Weaverville, CA 96093
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 6233-HELP
Teléfono: (530) 623-2024
Teléfono: (800) 358-5251
Fax: (530) 623-6343
Web: http://www.humanresponsenetwork.org/index.asp
Email: hrn@tcoek12.org
Services include: safety planning, 24-hour crisis hotline staffed by trained volunteers, women's support group, trained advocates to help domestic violence victims through the legal, medical or social services systems, accompaniment to court hearings and appointments related to the domestic violence incident, emergency shelter for women & their children in immediate danger, help with provisions for new living arrangements, emergency transportation for victims who need shelter, and peer counseling.

Trinity County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program
11 Court Street
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 310)
Weaverville, CA 96093
Teléfono: (530) 623-1304 D.A. Office
Teléfono: (530) 623-8357 Victim Witness Services
Web: http://www.trinitycounty.org/index.aspx?page=120
The mission of the Trinity County Victim Witness Assistance Program is to help make the criminal justice system more understandable, accessible and responsive to the concerns of victims and witnesses. Our Victim Witness Advocate is available to ensure that crime victims and their family members are kept informed and supported throughout the criminal justice process and are treated with dignity, compassion and respect.

West Covina

YWCA - San Gabriel Valley
943 N. Grand Ave
West Covina, CA 91724
Línea de Ayuda: (626) 967-0658
Teléfono: (626) 960-2995
Fax: (626) 814-0447
Web: http://www.ywcasgv.org/wings.html
Email: info@ywcasgv.org
YWCA provides safe, emergency and transitional shelter, support groups, individual assistance and provide or help families access longer term transitional housing. We also help victims access financial support, medical and legal assistance, job development skills for stable employment, transportation and child care.

Woodland

Empower Yolo
175 Walnut Street
Woodland, CA 95695
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 662-1133, (916) 371-1907
Teléfono: (916) 371-1907 (bilingual)
Teléfono: (530) 661-6336
Fax: (530) 661-3021
Web: http://empoweryolo.org/
Email: info@empoweryolo.org
Formerly known as Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crisis Center. Empower Yolo offers free and confidential support to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking and child abuse. Services include: Crisis intervention, emotional support, advocacy, information and referrals. (Walk-in Crisis Support | 8:30am – 5:00pm M – Th & 8:00am – 4:00pm on Fridays), emergency shelter 24-hour hotline, legal advocacy programs, community education and outreach, counseling services, and more.

Yolo County District Attorney Victim Services Assistance
301 2nd Street
Woodland, CA 95776
Teléfono: (530) 666-8180
Fax: (530) 666-8185
Web: http://www.yoloda.org
Email: District.Attorney@yolocounty.org
Services: resource counseling and the referral to appropriate agencies, acting as a liaison between victims and the criminal justice system, attending court hearings with victims or informing victims about court proceedings, including information about restitution and court protective orders, assisting victims in preparing and delivering Victim Impact Statements in court at sentencing hearings, referring victims to 24-hour crisis intervention programs, assisting qualified victims with applications to the State's Victims of Crime Program through the Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.

Yreka

Siskiyou County District Attorney Victim Services Program
311 Fourth Street, Rm 210
Yreka, CA 96097
Teléfono: (530) 842-8229
Teléfono: 1-888-854-2000 ext. 8229
Web: http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/content/district-attorneys-office-victim-services
Email: da@co.siskiyou.ca.us
Program Services: crisis intervention, emergency assistance, resource and referral, orientation to the criminal justice system, case status and disposition, court support and escort, property return, victim impact statements, restitution assistance, victim of crime compensation program assistance.

Siskiyou Domestic Violence & Crisis Center
118 Ranch Lane
(Mailing Address: P.O. Box 688)
Yreka, CA 96097
Línea de Ayuda: (877) 842-4068 or (530) 842-4068
Teléfono: (530) 842-6629
Web: http://www.sdvcc.org/
Email: sdvcc@snowcrest.net
Committed to helping the survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include: 24-hour hotline, 24-hour crisis response, emergency shelter, legal advocacy, individual/group counseling, information and referrals, sexual assault advocacy.

Yuba City

Casa de Esperanza, Inc.
P.O. Box 56
Yuba City, CA 95992-0056
Línea de Ayuda: (530) 674-2040
Teléfono: (530) 674-5400
Services: counseling, shelter, advocacy, assistance with restraining orders, community education for sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse.

Sutter County District Attorney Victim Witness Assistance
446 2nd Street
Yuba City, CA 95991
Teléfono: (530) 822-7345
Web: http://www.co.sutter.ca.us/doc/government/depts/da/vw/da_vw
The Sutter County Victim Witness office provides advocacy to victims of crime as they go through the criminal justice system. The office assists victims and families apply for reimbursement for medical, counseling, and funeral/burial bills; provides appropriate referrals; and assists with emergency needs of victims. Each year the office assists hundreds of crime victims and processes thousands of dollars in compensation claims.

Yucca Valley

Morongo Basin/Yucca Valley Sexual Assault Services
57382 Twenty-Nine Palms Highway
Yucca Valley, CA 92284
Teléfono: (760) 369-3353
Web: http://sbsas.org/
Services include: 24-hour hotline, counseling, advocacy and accompaniment. All services are free and confidential.

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