Domestic Violence
Service Directory

If you are in danger and need immediate help, call
the National Domestic Violence Hotline
at 1-800-399-6789

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As a part of Red Women Rising’s commitment to providing survivors access to healing services, we have compiled a directory of agencies and organizations across the state of California and nationwide that provide domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, policy advocacy and legal and family services.

Northern California

Rural Human Services, Harrington House
Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence.
Hotline: 707-465-3013
Del Norte
Crescent City/Elk Valley Rancheria Satellite Office
Victim Services, Family Violence and Prevention Program
Phone: (707) 465-1840
Fax: (707) 465-1570
Del Norte
North Coast Rape Crisis Team (Crescent City)
Intervention and advocacy services for adult and child survivors of sexual assault, in addition to outreach education and trainings.
Del Norte: (707) 465-2851
Humboldt: (707) 445-2881
Del Norte and Humbolt
Lassen Family Services, Inc.
Provides services and resources for healing, for victimes and survivors of domestice violence, and sexual assault.
24 Hour Crisis Line: 530-257-5004
Or: (888)-289-5004
Project Sanctuary
Agency provides services in prevention in support for survivors of domestic violence ans sexual assault. Services include: advocacy, crisis response, community collaboration, education, and shelter.
Inland Area: (707) 463-HELP
Coastal Area: (707) 964-HELP
Plumas Rural Services
Domestic Violence Services offers shelter to victims and their children escaping an abusive relationship and lifestyle. Domestic Violence Services offers counseling, legal, court, housing, and employment assistance.
Call: 530-283-5675
Crisis line: 1-877-332-2754
Or text "Here2Help" to 72727
Human Response Network
Agency provides services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include a referrals, support groups, and education resources.
Call: 530-623-2024
Or: 1-800-358-5251

Sacramento Valley

Hopland Tribal Health & Social Services Department
Open M-F, 9-5pm, serving both tribal and non-tribally affiliated Natives, Hopland Services provides various domestic violence/sexual assault services and referrals. Resources may include referrals to outside agencies, other Tribal departments, or those offered by the Program.
Office Line: (707) 472-2100 x1102
Crisis Hotline: (707) 472-2113
ITCC Redding Satellite Office
Victim Services, Family Violence and Prevention Program
Fax: (530) 246-1375
Phone: (530) 246-1805
One Safe Place
Provides services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, including legal services, crisis counseling, support groups, temporary residence, food & clothing, parenting and relationship education.
Hotline: 530-244-0117
Office: 530-244-0118
Catalyst Domestic Violence Services Program
Services for Butte, Chico, Paradise and Oroville counties. Walk-in services, counseling and support group, legal advocacy and emergency shelter. Safe house program.
Crisis: 1-800-895-8476
Business: 530-343-7711
Catalyst Women’s Advocates, Inc. (Chico)
Walk-in services, counseling and support group, legal advocacy and emergency shelter. Safe house program, and referrals.
Office: 530-343-7711
Hotline: 800-895-8476
Rape Crisis Intervention
Rape crisis intervention services.
Office: 530-891-1331
Hotline: 530-342-7273
Butte, Glenn, and Tehama
Alternatives to Violence
Provides assistance no-cost servies to victims of domestic violence and their children.
24hr Hotline: 530-528-0226

Greater Sacramento Area

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The Center for Violence Free Relationships
Domestic violence and sexual assault agency with crisis line, peer counseling, group facilitation, legal advocacy, hospital and court accompaniment, prevention education programs, and more.
Crisis Line 24hr: 530-626-1131
Business Line: 530-626-1450
Sacramento Crisis Line 24 hr: 916-939-6616
El Dorado
Live Violence Free (South Lake Tahoe)
Provides 24 Hour crisis line, advocacy & peer counseling, community outreach education, legal representation & support, parenting services, emergency food & clothing.
Hotline 530-544-4444
Office 530-544-2118
El Dorado
Counseling, Legal Services, Shelter, 24 Hour Support Line.
(916) 319-4982
BEAR Clinic (Sutter)
Clients that have been sexually assaulted can call and request VAWA exam. Typically scheduled M-F during regular business hours.
(916) 262-9108
CSUS Health Education VSAS
crisis counselor and support advocate for victims of sexual assault.
(916) 278-6461
Community Against Sexual Harm
Resources for basic needs and referrals to care services.
International Rescue Committee HOPE
Provides mental health services, crisis services, long term housing, case management, for victims of sex trafficking, as well community education and training.
(916) 482-0120
Sacramento Native American Health Center
Medical, Behavioral Health,Dental, Optometry, Community Wellness. DV Specific:Counseling Service, Emergency Response Services, Safehouse, Legal services, 24 Hour Support Line (partnership with WEAVE)
(916) 341-0575
Inter-Tribal Council of California
Victim Services, Family Violence and Prevention Program
(916) 973-9581
Courage Worldwide
Provide residential treatment program for females 11-17 years old who have a history of being sexually exploited and trafficked.
Hotline: (916) 316-6029
Phone: (916) 517-1616
Sacramento and Placerville

Bay Area

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ITCC Santa Rosa Satellite Office
Victim Services, Family Violence and Prevention Program
Phone: (707) 521- 4555
Fax: (707) 521-4560
Legal Advocates for Children & Youth (LACY), a program of the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Legal services for vicitims of sex trafficking.
Hotline: (408) 280-2416
(408) 280-2440
Silicon Valley, Santa Clara
DreamCatcher Youth Services
Provides counseling, case management, and support services for youth experiencing sex trafficking.
Hotline: (800) 379-1114
Phone: (800) 379-1114
Human Exploitation & Trafficking (H.E.A.T.) Watch Program
Five point program designed to combat human trafficking by raising community awareness, training law enforcement, prosecuting offenders, coordinating victim services, and changing legislative policy.
Hotline: (510) 208-4959
Phone: (510) 272-6301
Tri-Valley Haven
Provides support groups and resources for survivors of sexual assault.
Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR)
Provides crisis intervention services, free in-person counseling for men, women, children, and friends of survivors, free hospital, police, and court accompaniment, advocacy services, educational programs, information and referrals.
(510) 845-7273 (24 hour hotline)
Office: (510) 430-1298
Community Violence Solutions (San Pablo)
Serves San Pablo, Antioch, Concord, and San Rafael. Also serves San Quentin State Prison. Works with children, adolescent, and adult survivors of recent or past sexual assault and family violence. Works with survivors and friends and family members.
Contra Costa and Marin
Tri-Valley Haven
Provides shelter for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence. Services also include community education, counseling, case management, and restraining order clinic.
(800) 884-8119
(925) 449-5842
Safe Alternatives to Violent Environments
Emergency 30 bed shelter for women and children. Up to a 90 day stay. Services include: case management, counseling, parenting, financial literacy, job readiness workshops etc.
Hotline: 510-794-6055
Office: 510-574-2250
Ruby's Place
24 hr. pick-up emergency shelter and support services to women and their children. Services for domestic violence, and human trafficking, case management, legal services, and hygiene supplies available.
Hotline: (888) 339-7233
(510) 581-5626
Building Futures with Women & Children
Provides a 24-hour crisis line, emergency shelter, and a domestic violence outreach program providing group and individual support groups as well as housing services, and resources.
24hr Crisis Line: (866) 292-9688
A Safe Place, Inc
Provides shelter and access to resources for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence.
Crisis Line: 510-536-7233
Business Line: 510-986-8600
W.O.M.A.N., Inc.
Provides counseling, comestic violenece information & referral services, 24hr support line, and community education.
(415) 864-4722
San Francisco
Native American Health Center
DV Specific: Counseling Services
Oakland: (510) 434-5421
Richmond: (510)232-7020
San Francisco: (415) 621-4371 Ext. 562
Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco

Joaquin Valley

Fresno EOC Central Valley Against Human Trafficking
Provides advocacy, community education and training regarding sex trafficking within the Central Valley. Also provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management, transportation, and referrals.
Phone: (559) 498-8543
24hr Hotline:(559) 263-1379
Merced, Madera, Fresno, Tulare, Kings and Kern
Center for Human Services - Hutton House
Hutton House serves youth (ages 13-17) who are in crisis and may need temporary shelter, providing individual and family services, referral to other resources, aftercare, and community education.
Phone: (209) 526-1476
Hotline: (209) 526-5544
Madera County Action Committee
Provides intervention services to victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as services and resources in child development, financial assistance, shelter, and transportation.
Office: 559-661-1000
Hotline: 800-355-8989
Marjoree Mason Center
Provides emergency housing for men, women, and children of domestic violence. Provides transitional housing, legal assistance, counseling, education, and training.
Business: (559) 237-4706
24hr Crisis: (559) 233-4357
Resource Center for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Family Violence
Works with survivors of sexual assault and family violence to provide crisis intervention, hospital accompaniment, legal advocacy, referrals, counseling, etc. Serves local prisons as well.
Office: (559) 497-2900
24hr: (559) 222-7273
Alliance for Community Transformation
Community referrals, 24 hour hotline, counseling services, support groups, legal advocacy, emergency shelter, community education, resources, and internet safety.
Phone: (209) 725-7900
Hotline:(209) 722-4357

Central Sierra

Kene Me-Wu Family Healing Center
Advocates for Native American survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Provide referrals for services. Have contracts with other groups for services in the area. Provide referrals for shelters.
Amador, Calaveras, Tuolome, Mariposa and surrounding counties
Calaveras Women Center
24 hour support line provides information and service to various resources, including crisis and counseling services.
Office: 209-754-1300
Hotline: 209-736-4011
Operation Care
Provides services for survivors of family/domestic violence and sexual assault. Provides crisis intervention, refferals, and 24hr counseling for people experiencing depression, loneliness, substance abuse, stress, parenting difficulties.
Office: (209) 223-2897
24hr Hotline (209) 223-2600
Live Violence Free
Provides 24 Hour crisis line, advocacy & peer counseling, community outreach education, legal representation & support, parenting services, emergency food & clothing.
24hr Hotline (888)750-6444
Office: (530) 694-1853

Central Coast

CIYMCA-Noah's Anchorage Youth Crisis Shelter
Youth services, emergency and long-term housing for youth aged 10-17. 24-hour counseling, individual, group and family counseling, and family reunification services available.
Phone: (805) 963-8775
Hotline: 1-866-HELPTEEN
Santa Barbara
Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County
Agency provides emergency shelter and transitional housing services for survivors of domestic violence, including support services, safety planning, and referral services.
Lompoc: (805) 736-0965
Santa Barbara: (805) 964-5245
Santa Ynez: (805) 686-4390
Santa Barbara
Agency provides a services for suvivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. Services include crisis intervention, advocacy, emergency shelter, legal support, a 24 hour support line.
Business: 805-226-5400
24hr Crisis Line: 855-886-RISE (7473)
San Luis Obispo
Agency provides a variety of services including a safehouse, legal advocacy, counseling services, a 24 hour hotline, youth education and advocacy, and racial justice speakers series.
(831) 372-6300
(831) 757-1001

Southern California

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Journey Out
Provides mental health counseling, support groups, case management, GED tutoring and mentoring, referral to medical and vocational services for victims and survivors of sex trafficking. Partners with police department to provide victims of trafficking and sexual exploitation alternatives to prison.
Hotline: (818) 988-4970
Los Angeles
International Santuary
Provides mental health, medical, education and job opportunities for victims of sex trafficking.
(949) 752-7788
Orange County
International Institute of Los Angeles
Provides case managment, emergency shelter, transitional housing and other resources for victims of sex trafficking.
Hotline:(818) 244-2550
Los Angeles
Community Service Programs, Inc.
Provides shelter and counseling, and other support services for victims of sex trafficking.
(714) 765-7959
Orange County
Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST)
Policy and advocacy, training, and community education.
Hotline: (888) 539-2373
Phone: (213) 365-1906
Los Angeles
Center Against Sexual Assault of Southwest Riverside County
Providing skills-based prevention, intervention and advocacy services.
Hotline: (866) 373-8300
Phone: (951) 652-8300
DOVES of Big Bear Valley
Provides individual and group counseling, legal advocacy and emergency shelter and services for survivors of domestic violence.
Crisis Hotline: 1-800-851-7601
San Bernardino
A Better Way Domestic Violence Shelter and Outreach
Agency provides services for survivors of domestic violence. Services include emergency shelter, family skills education, counseling, anger management, and health education classes.
(760) 955-8010
San Bernardino
Family Assistance Program
Agency provides services for survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, in addition to youth and homeless families. Services include emergency shelter, individual and group counseling, legal advocacy and support, and case management.
Family Center Phone: (760) 843-0701
Toll Free: 1-866-770-7867
Trafficking 24 Hour Hotline: (909) 333-7476
San Bernardino
Option House
Provides shelther for survivors of domestic violence, as well as referral services.
(909) 381-3471
San Bernardino
Coalition for Family Harmony
Provides emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence, in addition to assistance and advocacy in emotional, medical, legal, economic and housing issues.
24hr: 805.983.6014
Alternatives to Domestic Violence
Agency provides counseling services, educational support groups, court advocacy services, anger management, 24 hour crisis line, community outreach and education programs.
Crisis Line: (951) 683-0829
Main Office: (951) 320-1370
Laura's House
Agency provides legal advocacy, therapeutic services, children's programs, shelter, and outreach education.
Crisis: (866) 498-1511
(714) 450-6131
Orange County
Interface Children & Family Services
Provides a number of services including a 24 hour response team, emergency shelter, transistional shelther, a women's support group, in addition to prevention education and an accountability program.
Office: (805) 485-6114
Crisis: 1-(800)-636-6738
AV Saving Grace
Chrisitan faith based resource, offers women a 16 weeks domestic violence education class. In addition, services include saftey planning, referral to resources, and faith based services.
Office: (661) 200-4362
Los Angeles (Lancaster)
Human Options, Inc.
Provides services for transitional housing, emergency shelter, options for seniors and military families. Services under the agencys Center for Children and Families include counseling for individuals, families, seniors, and children, legal advocacy, parenting classes.
Office: (949) 737-5242
Crisis (bilingual): (877) 854-3594
Orange County (Irvine)
House of Ruth, Inc.
Services include emergency shelter and transitional housing, child abuse treatment program, and domestic violence counseling.
Crisis: (877) 988-5559
(909) 623-4364
Los Angeles (Claremont)
Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley
Services include individual counseling, support groups, peer counseling, court advocacy, case management, emergency shelter, and 24 hour hotline.
24hr: (661) 259-HELP
Los Angeles (New Hall)
Haven Hills
Agency provides a crisis shelter, 18-month transitional housing, support groups, individual and family counseling, services for children, CalWorks assistance, and information and resources for LGBTQ survivors.
24hr Crisis: (818) 887-6589
Office: (818) 887-7481
Los Angeles (Canoga Park)
Rainbow Service, Ltd.
Agency provides emergency and crisis assistance, transitional and community housing, support services (includes counseling, case management, legal services and children's services), advocacy and education.
(310) 548-5450
Los Angeles (San Pedro)
Interval House
Interval House offers services for survivors of domestic violence in 70 languages, including counseling, teen services, economic empowerment program, emergency shelter, legal services, transitional and permanent housing.
24hr Hotline: 562-594-4555
Hotline: 714-891-8121
Los Angeles and Orange County (Seal Beach)
YWCA San Gabriel Valley
Agency provides emergency and transitional shelter, support groups and housing assistance. Also helps victims access financial support, medical and legal assistance, job skills development, transportation and child care.
24hr Crisis: (626) 967-0658
Office: (626) 960-2995
Los Angeles (Covina)
Women's Transitional Living Center
Programs and services include shelter, therapeutic children's program, counseling, advocacy, LGBTQ service, 24 hour hotline, and community education.
24hr: (877) 531-5522
Los Angeles (Fullerton)
LGBTQ Center of Long Beach
Provides services for LGBTQ survivors of domestice violence. Services include counseling, referrals for shelter, case management, group counseling, legal advocacy, referral resources, and community education.
(562) 434-0257
Los Angeles (Long Beach)
Women's Shelter of Long Beach
Provides emergency shelter, domestic violence resource center (includes case management, referrals, and counseling), a 24 hour hotline, LGBTQ group, male survivor group, as well as special services for youth, children, and families.
24hr: (562) 437-4663
Los Angeles (Long Beach)
Su Casa Ending Domestic Violence
Provides a 24-hour crisis line; emergency shelter, transitional shelter, a walk-in center for survivors,and a domestic violence outreach program providing community with education.
24hr: (562) 402-4888
Los Angeles (Long Beach)
Free From
Organization is dedicated to help survivors and families affected by domestic violence to attain sustainable housing and financial empowerment. Organization has a compensation, credit, and entrepenuership program.
Los Angeles (Venice)
A Window Between Worlds
Art informed intervention based agency, serving adults and children impacted by violence and trauma.
(310) 396-0317
Los Angeles (Venice)
Sojourn Services for Battered Women and their Children
24 hour crisis line, emergency shelter services for survivors of domestic violence and their children, including support groups, children's counseling, legal assistance and education and outreach program.
(310) 264-6644
Los Angeles (Santa Monica)
Women's & Children's Crisis Shelter
24 hour crisis line and emergency shelter services for survivors experiencing domestic violence.
24hr: (562) 945-3939
Los Angeles (Whittier)
Angel Step Inn
Provides a confidential short term residence for survivors of initimate partner violence, in addition to services and treatment for individuals also experience challenges with substance abuse.
24hr: (323) 780-4357
Los Angeles
YWCA of Glendale
Domestic violence program provides emergency shelter, case management, legal assistance, counseling, resources, referrals and childcare to survivors and their children.
Crisis: 888-999-7511
(818) 242-4155
Los Angeles (Glendale)
Jenesse Center, Inc.
Provides shelter for survivors and families impacted by domestic violence, in addition to offering mental health counseling, independent life skills classes, and direct legal services.
Hotline: 1-800-479-7328
(323) 299-9496
Los Angeles
East Los Angeles Women's Center
Provides services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, through individual and group therapy, crisis intervention, advocacy, healing groups,and educational resources.
(323) 526-5819
Rape and Battering Hotline: 800-585-6231
Los Angeles
1736 Family Crisis Center
Provides emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence, homeless youth and families, and runaways. Other services include 24 hour hotline, counseling, and legal services.
Los Angeles
Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice
Provides legal services for survivors and families impacted by domestic violence.
(323) 980-3500
Los Angeles
Provides services for woman and children impacted by substance abuse, mental illness, and domestic violence. Services include residential and outpatient addiction treatment, detoxification, mental health services, prevention and education, vocational training.
Los Angeles
Peace Over Violence
Provides for survivors, services include counseling, legal services, case management, 24 hour hotline, emergency response, intervention, prevention, education and advocacy.
Los Angeles
End Abuse Long Beach
Organization provides a year-round schedule of trainings, programs, and presentations focused on domestic violence and sexual assault, including treatment for survivors, and education on prevention.
(760) 955-8010
Los Angeles
United American Indian Involvement
Individual and group Counseling, emergency transportation, and community outreach and trainings.
(213) 241-0979
(213) 241-0925
Los Angeles

Southern Border

Strong Hearted Native Women's Coalition
Advocating for Native women and their families by promoting safety and a traditional non-violent lifestyle. Working towards empowering women with the tools for independence, courage, and a strong direction to make healthy life choices for herself, her children, and family.
San Diego
Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition
International advocacy and policy work to end human trafficking, also provides online resources.
San Diego, National
La Maestra Community Health Centers
Provides mental health, medical care, crisis support, and case management services for victims of sex trafficking.
(619) 564-7010
San Diego
Desert Sanctuary, Inc./Haley House
Agency provides a variety of services for individuals and families, surviving domestic violence.
(760) 256-3733
San Diego
Community Resource Center
Services for survivors of domestic violence include: emergency shelter, transitional housing, case management, legal advocacy, therapeutic children's center, and education and outreach.
(760) 942-5485
San Diego


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National Network to End Domestic Violence
Membership and policy advocacy organization of state domestic violence coalitions, allied organizations and individuals. Works to understand the ongoing and emerging needs of domestic violence victims and advocacy programs.
Main Line: 202.543.5566
Strong Hearts Native Helpline
The StrongHearts Native Helpline is a safe, anonymous and confidential service for Native Americans affected by domestic violence and dating violence. Advocates are available at no cost Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CST.
Department of Defense Safe Helpline for Military Sexual Assault
The DoD Safe Helpline is a crisis support service for members of the DoD community affected by sexual assault. The Safe Helpline provides live one-on-one support, and information to the DoD community.
(877) 955-5247
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Support line, and information of regional services for survivors and victims of domestic violence.
Hotline: 1-800-799-7233
National Domestic Violence TDD Line 1-800-787-3224
National Center on Domestic Violence
Provides trainings and resources within professional settings to address issues of domestic violence.
National Domestic Violence Shelters
Information on nation wide shelters for victims of domestic violence.
National Human Trafficking Hotline
24 hour support line, and also provides support services and information on regional resources for victims of human trafficking across the nation.
Tribal Court Clearinghouse
Provides resources specific to the Native community regarding personnel handling domestic violence cases and issues.
National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health
Provides training, support, and consultation to advocates, support providers, legal professionals and policy makers.
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Advocates and provides training and support for legal agencies working with juvenile and family violence.
National Clearinghouse for the Defense of Battered Women
Working for justice for domestic violence victims charged with crimes related to their abuse
800-903-0111 EXT. 3
Battered Women’s Justice Project
Criminal and Civil Justice Center, offers training, technical assistance, policy analysis and consultation.
800-903-0111 EXT. 1
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Provides resources and technical assistance to organizations and providers to help victims of domestic violence.
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
Provides victims of sexual assault with free, confidential services, 24/7.
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Advocates available 24/7 to speak with anyone experiencing domestic violence or seeking resources.
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
1-800-787-3224 TTY For the Deaf
Mending the Sacred Hoop
Provides trainings and resources to address violence against Native women and children.
(218) 623-HOOP
National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center
Advocacy, 24 Hour Helpline, Referrals, Resource Information.
Social justice efforts to create awareness and support movements towards ending violence towards women and girls.
The North West Network
Policy, advocacy, and education to provide support to end violence towards Two Spirit/LGBT survivors of domestic violence.
No More
Provides support and resources to organization to create strategies in ending and addressing domestic violence and sexual assault.
National Network to End Domestic Violence
Policy and advocacy.
National network of social justice advocates and organizations focused on ending violence towards women, gender non-conforming, and trans women of color.
Equality Now
Social justice, policy, and advocacy for women's rights, focus on various issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, and trafficking.
Futures Without Violence
Policy and Advocacy


California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
Innovative policy advocacy organization diversifying approaches to preventing domestic violence and serving survivors.
(916) 444-7163
Inter-Tribal Council of California
Victim Services, Family Violence and Prevention Program
(916) 973-9581
Family Violence Appellate Project
Legal Services for families experience domestic violence.
(510) 858-7358
Safety Exit