Places that Help: Puerto Rico
Shelters and local programs that provide support, counseling, safety planning, and other services to victims of abuse. (Have a suggestion or correction? Contact us!)
WomensLaw thanks Coordinadora Paz para la Mujer, the Puerto Rico Domestic Violence Coalition, for their assistance with this page.
You can click the “View All” to look through the complete list of organizations. If you are looking for an attorney to represent you in court or to give you legal advice about your situation, go to our Finding a Lawyer page instead.
Woman of the City, House of Thought
Domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking education and prevention. Legal representation and consultation, and counseling support.
Social work, employment, 90 day shelter, accepts minors with children, counseling, nursing, psychology, psychiatry. Serves female survivors of domestic violence, minors, women with HIV/AIDS, female survivors of sexual assault aged 16 and older, and children of all ages.
Creating Bonds between Men and Women who are Victims of Domestic Violence
Social and psychological intervention for male and female survivors of domestic violence aged 21 and over.
Luisa Capetillo Safe House
Provides shelter services, counseling, outpatient services, court accompaniment, legal advocacy and referrals for women and men who are victims of domestic violence as well as their children and teens.
Office of Promotion and Human Development, INC. (OPDH in Spanish)
787-817-6951 / 787-817-6955
Domestic violence support group, community development, self-esteem workshop, psychological services and parenting workshop.
Ruth's Home, Inc
Shelter for female victims of domestic violence 16 years and older. Provides non-residential services, counseling, legal consultations, legal advocacy, transitional housing, social worker, psychologists and nursing care.
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