Emergency and Transitional Housing for Victimes of Domestic Violence and their Children

Shelter details

  • Added Oct 9, 2020 | Last Update Sep 21, 2023
  • 3761 Stocker St
       Los Angeles, CA 90008
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  • 800-479-7328


They aim to provide victims of domestic violence and their children with a comprehensive centralized base of support that is culturally responsive, and ensures their transition from immediate crisis to stability and self-sufficiency.

They offer youth programming, education, public awareness and outreach initiatives, public policy and advocacy strategies and collaboration with key partners.

Their program philosophy is based on the following principles:

    Domestic Violence is a societal issue that affects the lives of all people in society    Women and children are their priority    Children are equal victims of domestic violence    Clients should receive culturally sensitive and culturally competent services    Shelter is only the beginning of intervention    Clients must receive more than shelter - they must receive life skills    Services must transform victims into survivors    Men have to be a part of the conversation    Services must be provided to populations that are generally turned away elsewhere    Public opinion and public policy must be impacted to combat domestic violence

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