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Domestic Violence Shelters In The Los Angeles Region

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SHAWL Women's House



Contact
936 S Centre St
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 521-9310


Description
SHAWL Women's House is a six-month program to help addicted women who survived domestic violence. They offer comprehensive services and treatment to help women get over their addictions. They provide more educational skills and help women stabilize their lives.

Their program includes:

Individual counseling and case management with a Certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor
Chemical Dependency Awareness Group
Relapse Prevention
Process/Feelings Group
Stress Management
“Seeking Safety” Group dealing with PTSD
Tips to Parenting
“Stop the Chaos” Group
Grief and Loss Group
Self-Esteem Building Groups
Life Skills Groups
Recovery Support Group
Health Group
Meditation and Exercise
12 Step Meetings
Celebrate Recovery
Yoga
Community Activities and Service
Outside Recreation and Fun Activities

Eligibility
For addicted and domestically abused women.

Documents Required
Call for more information.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Women With Addictions, Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
77

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Annenberg Access Center



Contact
503 Olympic Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 450-4050
Description
The Annenberg Service Center provides homeless support services for single men and women, including those who are undocumented and those who are in or have been evicted recently evicted from housing in Santa Monica. Recently evicted families are referred to city programs that can assist them.

The agency provides specialized transitional housing through its recuperative care, parolee and veterans programs and referrals are required for these programs from county hospitals, social service agencies, HIV/AIDS-related agencies, the parole board or the Veterans Administration.

A special outreach project is provided for dually diagnosed, mentally ill substance abusers that provides case management and counseling.

If you are a chronically homeless veteran with at least three co-occurring disabilities (mental illness, substance abuse, medical and/or physical disability), you're eligible for the veterans outreach program which provides case management.

There is also a Night Lite outreach program which provides youth on the streets in the West Los Angeles area with food bags and referrals to social service programs.

If you're a woman, Daybreak is a mental health drop-in center and also provides short-term transitional housing.

Safe Haven is a transitional-housing shelter for anyone who is chronically homeless or mentally ill.

Turning Point is a transitional-housing shelter and can provide for up to 55 homeless men and women. Individuals can stay for up to 18 months, must participate in case management services, and save at least 60% of his or her income.

The Swashlock program provides 75 to 100 homeless individuals with a locker, daily showers, and weekly laundry room services. The program does not discriminate those who are employed and homeless. Participants are encouraged to take part in case management services.

The People Concern relies on the generosity of volunteers to provide these services. Volunteers and donations are widely appreciated.

Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm;
Tuesday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm;
Saturday, 9:00am to 11:00am.

Eligibility
For single men and women, including those who are undocumented and those who are in or have been evicted recently evicted from housing in Santa Monica.

Documents Required
Call or walk in for service. ID is not required.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Mens Shelters, Mail Facilities, Drop In Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters, Bathing Facilities

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
235

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Good Shepherd Center



Contact
267 Belmont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(213) 250-5241


Description
The Good Shepherd Center provides a drop-in center for homeless women, where they provide bathing facilities, counseling, referrals, and other services.

They also offer crises and transitional shelter for women at Languille Shelter and the Hawkes Residence.

For women with children, their Angel Guardian Home and the Farley House provide transitional shelter and long-term shelter, education, and job services.

Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone who wants to help.

Hours
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays: 9:45 am - 2:00 pm.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Single Mothers Shelters, Drop In Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters, Bathing Facilities

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
240

User Rating
0 0

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles - Hope



Contact
12817 Victory Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91606
(818) 505-0900
(323) 681-2626


Description
The Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles provides shelter for victims of domestic abuse and their children. The children accepts children of any age and gender and single women. Substance abusers cannot be accommodated.

Length of stay is 30 days, but a 45 day extension can be arranged. Supportive services include case management; individual and group counseling for the women and for children; advocacy for government benefits; legal assistance, including TRO assistance and court accompaniment; lifeskills training and education; permanent housing assistance; and parenting education.

Volunteers are greatly appreciated.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
Victims of domestic violence and their children (all children of any age and gender). The shelter will accept single women but cannot accommodate substance abusers.

Documents Required
Call for information and to apply.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Single Mothers Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
282

User Rating
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Los Angeles Community Service Center & FamilySource Center



Contact
2116 Arlington Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(213) 222-1237
(310) 370-5902


Description
The Los Angeles Community Center offers a homeless shelter for single women, pregnant women, adults with jobs, large families, single mothers, and their children 17 or younger, and women younger than 18 can be accepted if they are legally emancipated. Disabled women are allowed if they can care for themselves and their children if they have any. They provide short or long-term shelter, from one month to two years. Services they provide are counseling, case management, life skills training, and other services. They also provide food, toiletries, hygiene supplies, and household supplies.

For the youth shelter, they offer a runaway shelter for people 10 to 17 and they accept people who have been physically or sexually abused. Permission from a parent or guardian is necessary, but if unobtainable, a social worker can give permission. Youths can stay up to two weeks, and they must follow the rules. They also provide food, toiletries, hygiene supplies, and household supplies.

There are volunteer opportunities available for those who want to help.

Hours
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment.
The hotlines operate Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
Domestic violence Victims:
Age 18 and older and their children, boys and girls ages birth through 17.
Considers accepting women younger than age 18 if they are legally emancipated.

Youth:
Ages 10 through 17
Runaway and homeless youth and youth who have been physically or sexually abused.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Single Mothers Shelters, Runaway And Youth Shelters, Maternity Shelters, Family Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
312

User Rating
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Torrance Community Service Center



Contact
21707 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90503
(310) 543-9900
(213) 222-1237


Description
The Torrance Community Service Center provides shelter for single women, pregnant women, single mothers with children of either gender birth to 17, adults with jobs, families, and adults with or without children. They can accommodate people with disabilities as long as they care for themselves and their children if they have any. Shelter can be provided for one month to two years. Services offered are counseling, case management, life skills training, and other services. Other necessities they provide are food, toiletries, hygiene supplies, and household supplies.

For the youth shelter, they offer shelter for people 10 to 17 who have been physically or sexually abused. Permission from a parent or a guardian is necessary, but if unobtainable, permission from a social worker will be fine. Guests must follow the rules, and they can stay up to two weeks. Services they offer are counseling, education, vocational life skills, and other services. Other necessities like food, toiletries, hygiene supplies, and household supplies are provided for free.

Volunteer opportunities are available for those who want to help.

Hours
Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm. Evenings and Saturdays by appointment.
The hotlines operate Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
Domestic violence Victims:
Age 18 and older and their children, boys and girls ages birth through 17.
Considers accepting women younger than age 18 if they are legally emancipated.

Youth:
Ages 10 through 17
Runaway and homeless youth and youth who have been physically or sexually abused.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Single Mothers Shelters, Runaway And Youth Shelters, Maternity Shelters, Family Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
313

User Rating
0 0

Little Tokyo Service Center



Contact
231 E 3rd St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(800) 645-5341
(213) 481-0227


Description
The Little Tokyo Service Center provides shelter for domestic violence victims. They offer job assistance, domestic violence counseling, personal counseling, financial counseling, and employment counseling.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For victims and families of domestic violence. Services are targeted but not limited to the Asian community in Los Angeles County. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
Call for information.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
491

User Rating
0 0

Womenshelter Of Long Beach



Contact
17098 PO Box
Long Beach, CA 90807
(562) 437-7233
(562) 437-4663


Description
The Womenshelter of Long Beach provides shelter for domestic violence victims of both genders and ages. Male children 17 and younger and female children of any age are allowed. Women are asked to take a leave of absence from their jobs while at the shelter. People can stay 30-45 days. Three meals and bedding are given. Guests have to participate in a case management program, observe the 5:30 pm curfew, and follow shelter rules. Other services they offer include parenting education, counseling, and different services.

Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone who wants to help.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For men, women and their children. Victims must be in an intimate relationship with their abuser and have a recent DV incident in order to quality for our DV emergency shelter. The shelter cannot accept women who abuse alcohol or drugs, or who have a severe mental or emotional disturbance. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
ID is not required.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
492

User Rating
0 0

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Niswa Association, Inc.



Contact
1403 PO Box
Lomita, CA 90717
(310) 534-0022
(310) 748-9086


Description
The Niswa Association, INC. provides shelter for women and women with children who have been abused. Women with male and female children are accepted if the children are under 18. Services are targeted (but not restricted) to the Muslim, South Asian, Afghan, and Middle Eastern communities.

The maximum length of stay is 30 days. The shelter can accommodate up to two women with three to four children. Meals are included. Support services include case management; individual counseling; marriage counseling; advocacy for needed services; TRO assistance and court accompaniment; life skills; referrals to legal services, immigration services, and family law services; and referrals to other community services.

If you want to help, volunteer opportunities are available.

Hours
Services are provided Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For battered women and women with children who live in Los Angeles and Orange Counties and the Inland Empire. Services are targeted, but not restricted to low income Muslim community of South Asian, Afghan and Middle Eastern immigrant women. The shelter accepts women with female and male children up to age 18. Services include domestic violence shelters. There are no geographic restrictions. An appointment is required.

Documents Required
ID Required
Proof of Citizenship/Immigration Status
Proof of Income
Proof of Residence

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
493

User Rating
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Sojourn



Contact
7081 PO Box
Santa Monica, CA 90406
(310) 264-6644
(310) 264-6646


Description
Sojourn provides a domestic violence shelter for victims with or without children. The shelter accepts victims with dependent children, up to age 18; pregnant victims in any stage of pregnancy; victims involved in prostitution; victims who identify as LGBT; victims with HIV/AIDS; victims with mental disabilities, victims with disabilities; victims with caregivers; victims with service animals; and victims with mental health or substance.

Mentally-ill applicants are required to have a therapist.

Participants with substance-abuse issues must remain sober.

Applicants cannot work at their present job.

The length of stay is four to six week. There is also a second-stage shelter where the length of stay is 3 to 6 months.

If you want to help, volunteers opportunities are available.

Hours
Hotline: Monday through Sunday 24 hours per day.

Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; emergency intake may be provided on an individual basis.

Eligibility
For victims with or without children. The shelter accepts victims with dependent children, up to age 18. There are no geographic restrictions however, for safety reasons, the shelter usually does not accept victims who are Santa Monica residents, however this is decided on a case by case basis.

Documents Required
All shelter intake is done through the hotline. ID is not required.

Area Served
Los Angeles County

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Validated
2019-10-22

SID
494

User Rating
0 0

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