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Where to Find Help

UPDATED January 24, 2008

Island-wide Domestic Violence Resources


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Alee Women's Shelter
Hotline: (671) 648-4673
Phone: (671) 648-5888
Web: http://www.catholicsocialserviceguam.org/alee-women-s-shelter.html
Email: alee@catholicsocialserviceguam.org
The Alee Women's Shelter provides emergency/protective shelter for victims of family domestic violence and sexual assault. The shelter serves women, with or without children, who are in crisis from family domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include protective shelter for up to 45 days, meals and clothing assistance, support for victims, childcare as needed to allow adult clients to access services, networks with community agencies (to obtain necessary financial assistance, medical help, food stamps, housing, and legal services), referrals, transportation, and accompaniment to appointments.

Crime Victim's Response Unit, Office of the Attorney General- Prosecution Division
Phone: (671) 475-3132
Provides direct services to victims of crime. Services may include case information, referrals, emotional support, or court accompaniment (if needed).

Crisis Intervention Hotline Service
Phone: (671) 646-4455
Catholic Social Services: Reports of alleged abuse will be investigated by a social worker and services to the elderly or abused adult will be coordinated with other agencies when necessary.

Erica's House
Phone: (671) 642-4020
A support service for parents and children in need of visitation and exchange services. Services include a safe place to pick up and drop off children for exchange between parents; on-site staff or Child Protective Service (CPS) supervised visitation for families; and parenting classes will be offered for Court and CPS referred parents.

Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence
P.O. Box 1093
Hagatna, GU 96932
Phone: (671) 479-2277
Fax: (671) 479-7233
Web: http://guamcoalition.org/
Email: infor@guamcoalition.org
The Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence (GCASAFV) is a non-profit organization whose members are other community-based providers, government allies, and individuals who address sexual assault and family violence issues in Guam. The GCASAFV provides education, outreach, and training regarding SA and FV; identifies gaps in services to victims and makes policy recommendations for changes; advocates on behalf of victims so that they can get the services they need; and helps build capacity of organizations and networks through training and education in order to meet Guam's SA and FV needs.

Guam's 24 Hour Hotline
Hotline: (671) 647-8833

Guma Sagrada I & II
Phone: (671) 649-8881
Catholic Social Services: Provides emergency shelter, protective care and services to abused individuals (60 and over) and persons with disabilities (18 and older).

Guma San Jose I & II
Phone: (671) 637-2957
Catholic Social Services: Provides shelter to families for 30 -90 days. Included in the program are meal provisions and a caseworker to assist the family in resolving their problems which prevent their independent living arrangements.

Healing Hearts Rape Crisis Center
790 Gov. Carlos G. Camacho Road
Tamuning, GU 96913
Hotline: (671) 647-8833
Phone: (671) 647-5412
Fax: (671) 647-0250
Web: http://www.gbhwc.guam.gov/
Email: care@gbhwc.guam.gov
The Healing Hearts Crisis Center provides services to victims of sexual assault. Services include a crisis hotline, advocacy, referral services, medical and legal assistance, and community outreach and public awareness.

Inafa'Maolek Conciliation
Phone: (671) 475-1977
Trained mediators assist in troubled marriages and family conflicts, small claims disputes, work-related conflicts, and victim-offender mediation involving delinquent and criminal behavior.

Pacific Region Resources.org
Web: http://www.pacificregionresources.org/
The Pacific Region Resources.org is an online directory for the Pacific Region's community. The directory is presented by the Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence. The directory has resources listed by type of service (domestic violence, sexual assault, housing, LGBT, and many more), type of organization/business (non-profit, local government, and more), and locations in the Pacific.

Phone: (671) 475-7101
Provides a 24 hour accessibility to youths between the ages of 12 to 18 years who are experiencing family problem/ conflict. This includes counseling via Sanctuary Hotline, face-to-face emergency counseling, referral services, and temporary emergency shelter.

Victim Advocates Reaching Out
P.O. Box 2045
Hagatna, GU 96932
Hotline: (671) 477-5552
Web: https://www.varoguam.org/
Email: varoguam1@yahoo.com
Victim Advocates Reaching Out (VARO) provides services to victims and families of domestic violence, sexual assault, abuse, violent crime, and traumatic events. Victim services include intervention/advocacy, emergency shelter, food, clothing, transportation, and more.

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