Crisis and Community Support

  • 24/7 Hotline – Crisis counseling, information, and referrals.  Translation services are available to ensure we can everyone in need.
    If you are being abused, call our hotline 24/7 at 408-279-2962.

  • Walk-In Crisis Counseling – Crisis Advocates help with safety plans, risk assessments, resources, legal advocacy, referrals, and emergency services. We provide resources to community services that address hunger, homelessness, and health needs that allow survivors to rebuild their lives in a sustainable way. 

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Housing Solutions

  • The Shelter Next Door – A 24/7 emergency shelter that provides safe housing and crisis counseling for women and their children.

  • Housing First Program – is focused on the prevention of homelessness due to domestic violence and helping survivors stay housed.  

  • HomeSafe in San Jose and Santa Clara – addressing the need for long-term housing and support services for domestic violence victims and their children

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Supportive Services

  • Guidance and Workshops –
    Job Readiness, Financial Management, Education

    When victims of domestic violence stay or return to violent relationships, it is because the situation is complex. Many have been out of the workforce and are financially dependent on their abusers.

  • Weekly Self-Sufficiency Support Group – Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Topics are related to self-care and personal development.

  • Kids Club – A space for kids who have experienced or witnessed trauma to just be kids.
    For children living with their moms at our two HomeSafe sites, and to engage children for the time their parent is participating in their own support group, we provide fun and engaging educational activities. Art, reading and storytelling, homework help, health and nutrition and more are offered in a safe, inviting, and consistent environment helps promote positive play.

  • Drop-In Support Groups – We help build resilience and self-esteem while helping to minimize the damaging long-term effects that prevent survivors from living healthy, productive lives. We recognize the strengths of each participant and cultivate in them the means to recognize and develop those personal strengths.

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