Domestic Violence Organizations

Jun 26th, 2009 In: Resources By: Comments 0

The following links are just a few of the organizations that provide ways for you to give or receive help due to an abusive relationship.

  • Find an Organization in Your Area
  • The National Domestic Violence
    If you or someone you know is frightened about something in your relationship, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
  • The National Network to End Domestic Violence
    NNEDV is the leading voice for domestic violence victims and their advocates.
  • The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    The national network organizing advancing transformative work, thinking and leadership of communities and individuals working to end the violence in our lives.
  • The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence
    The Partnership is rooted in the battered women’s movement and the values that define this movement, including working towards social justice, self-determination, and ending the oppression of women.
  • Nicole Brown Charitable
    In 1994, Nicole Simpson’s sister Denise Brown established The Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation in Nicole’s memory, to assist victims of domestic violence
  • The California Women’s Law
    The California Women’s Law Center (CWLC) works to ensure, through systemic change, that life opportunities for women and girls are free from unjust social, economic, and political constraints
  • Free Battered
    Through public education, community organizing, advocacy for support groups (both peer-led and professionally facilitated), policy work, and legal action, Free Battered Women seeks to create sustainable change with and for incarcerated survivors of domestic violence
  • Family Justice
    This organization seeks to provide a long-term positive impact on the community by compassionately providing effective, coordinated services and support to those whose lives have been touched by child abuse, domestic violence, elder/dependent adult abuse, or sexual assault.
  • Human
    Human Options has served over 45,000 individuals in direct services, and over 105,000 through the community education program agency for abused women and their children in Orange County, CA.
  • Laura’s
    Laura’s House prevents and reduces the incidence of domestic and family violence through shelter and support programs, education and outreach.
    Women in Need Growing Strong is a multi-purpose Domestic Violence program that provides services to victims of domestic violence with compassion, understanding, and cultural sensitivity. It is an integral part of the YWCA-WINGS mission to educate and empower women to be self-sufficient.
  • The White Ribbon
    The White Ribbon symbolizes a man’s pledge to never commit, condone, or remain silent about violence against women.
  • 1736 Family Crisis Center
    The 1736 Family Crisis Center is dedicated to improving the safety and fostering the long-term survival and success of runaway and homeless youth, battered women and their children, and other individuals in need.
  • Crossroads
    The mission of Crossroads is to provide housing, education, support and counseling in a homelike environment for women who have been incarcerated.
  • Action Committee for Women in
    This organization is for the humane treatment and release of incarcerated women behind bars.
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