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Battered Women’s Shelter

HAVEN HOUSE, INC. Battered Women and Children’s Shelter Confidential Address (323) 681-2626 Service/Intake/Hotline (Voice/TDD) (Intake for Shelter)

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

HOUSE OF RUTH

P.O. Box 459 Claremont, CA 91711

The agency provides a battered women’s shelter that primarily serves women age 18 and older and their children who have been battered, including women from other states who are fleeing a batterer. The shelter also accommodates women with disabilities, including hearing impairments. Women younger than 18 who are legally emancipated and women who have not yet been physically battered, but who are at high risk, are considered for assistance. Women who have abused alcohol or drugs in the past must have been sober or drug-free for at least several months and, preferably, involved in a recovery program, to enter the shelter. Women and their children are eligible to stay 45 days.

Spanish; arrangements can be made for an American Sign Language interpreter.

Call the hotline number to apply for the shelter. If there are special circumstances or considerations involved in the referral of a battered women for the shelter, the caller may ask to speak with the residential supervisor; this may be appropriate, for example, if the women is from out of state or if there are other factors which would indicate special care.

Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

The fee for shelter residents are $1.50 per day per woman, $.50 per day per child, and a $15 cleaning deposit. If the women has no income when she enters the shelter, fees are postponed until she begins to receive AFDC or other income. There is no fee for follow-up services for residents.

(909) 988-5559 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Hotline/Talkline/Warmline

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides shelter and transitional shelter for battered women who are, primarily, in East Los Angeles County and the west end of San Bernardino County, but there are no geographic restrictions for service. Women from out of state are eligible; pregnant women will be considered. The shelter is unable to accommodate women who are severely mentally disturbed. The shelter accepts children to the age of 18. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish Call the hotline for general information and for screening for the shelter. Shelter intake hours are 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. There are no fees for services.

23L A COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE

210 W. Temple St., Ste. 18-709 Los Angeles, CA 90012

(800) 978-3600 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Hotline/Talkline/Warmline

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The division provides domestic violence services for Los Angeles County. Services include a hotline and spousal abuse prevention. There are no geographic restrictions.

The domestic violence hotline provides information about battered women’s shelters, TRO’s and gives steps women can take for immediate safety. It also informs callers about victim’s rights and makes referrals for emergency services such as food.

Hotline staff are available who speak Spanish; callers who speak other languages are referred to other agencies for assistance. Spousal abuse prevention services are provided in Japanese, Spanish, Tagalog and Vietnamese.

Call the hotline for assistance or information. Call the domestic violence division to request a speaker.

The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm.

There are no fees for services.

WINGS – YWCA SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

P.O. Box 1464 West Covina, CA 91793

(626) 858-5279 (626) 967-0658

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

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Administrative (Shelter) Service/Intake and Hotline (24 hour Helpline)

The program provides shelter for battered women and their children, including women who are undocumented, pregnant, or who have disabilities. The shelter may not be able to accommodate women who are admitted drug abusers, women exhibiting behavior that is considered dangerous to themselves or others, and those receiving immediate medical or nursing care. Services are targeted, but not restricted, to residents of the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles County Supervisorial District V. There are no geographic restrictions.

Cantonese, Hindi, Spanish, Urdu

Women may call directly to apply for shelter or may be referred by another agency. Referring agencies call the shelter to verify space availability and then conference the caller with the intake worker. The shelter arranges transportation from a designated location. No ID is required.

Intake hours are Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day. There are no fees for service.

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Domestic Violence Services

ANDERSON AND ANDERSON West Covina Office 1323 West Covina Pkwy, Ste. D West Covina, CA 91790

(310) 207-3591 Service/Intake and Administration (Main Office)

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY The program provides domestic violence s ervices for men, age 18 and older, in Los Angeles County. Services are provided from four locations and include adult diversion

batterers’ groups for court-referred men and anger management counseling. There are no geographic restrictions.

The program offers ongoing batterers’ groups (52 weeks) and anger management counseling (26 weeks) that meet court requirements. It reports to the courts or Probation Department as needed.

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH Spanish-speaking staff are available at the Wes t Covina location.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call the main office for an appointment. Court papers, cash fee and picture ID must be presented at the individual intake interview which participants must attend before entering

the program. HOURS Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE Fees are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $20 to $40.

CALIFORNIA HISPANIC COMMISSION ON ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE, INC. Casa Blanca Community Alcohol Recovery Center 13020 Francisquito Ave. Baldwin Park, CA 91706

(626) 813-0288 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Administrative

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides domestic violence services for men and women who batter from two locations. Services are targeted, but not restricted, to the Spanish-speaking community. This is a court-approved, 52-week program of individual and group spousal abuse counseling and education. Men’s and women’s groups meet separately. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish Call for an appointment.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm; Tuesday, 8:30am to 8:00pm.

There is a $20 registration fee. Fees are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $0 to $50 per session; the average fee is $15. Clients must have a court waiver to receive reduced fees.

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CITRUS COUNSELING CENTER

4960 N. Grand Ave. Covina, CA 91724 (626) 967-7585

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides domestic violence services primarily for court-ordered adults who live in the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley areas. Services include adult diversion batterers’ groups for men and women, an anger management program for adolescents, parenting skills development for convicted child abusers, and spousal abuse counseling. There are no geographic restrictions.

The program provides separate groups for men and women batterers that include education about anger recognition and control, domestic violence, stress reduction, substance abuse and thought restructuring. Groups are ongoing; participants attend for 52 weekly sessions. The program provides reports to the courts and probation department.

Men’s groups are conducted in English, Mandarin, Tagalog and Spanish; women’s groups are conducted in English, Mandarin, Tagalog and Spanish.

Walk in during intake hours to apply. Applicants must present their court case number and papers, driver’s license number and social security number; proof of income is required except for applicants who have been declared indigent by the court. An intake session with a counselor is scheduled before the participant attends a group session.

Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:30pm. Service hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm and Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Group times vary and include evening hours.

Fees are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $20 to $45 per session. There are no fees for participants whom the court has declared indigent.

EASTSIDE FAMILY COUNSELING CENTER

111 S. Garfield Ave., Ste. 101 Montebello, CA 90640

(323) 890-0180 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake and Administration

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

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The program provides life problems counseling for people in Alhambra, Commerce, East Los Angeles, Montebello, Monterey Park, Pico Rivera, and Whittier. Services are targeted, but not restricted, to the Spanish-speaking community and include individual, family and group counseling for children 3 years and older and for adults. There are no geographic restrictions.

Treatment is available for behavioral problems, divorce adjustment, depression and anxiety. The program specializes in counseling for physically and sexually abused children and their families. Families receive services primarily through the Victims of Crime program. Counseling for victims of assault, rape and domestic violence are also available.

Spanish

Call or walk in to apply or for service. An appointment is preferred. ID is required for service.

Monday through Friday 9:00am to 10:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 6:00pm.

There are no fees for families who qualify for the Victims of Crime program. Private insurance and some managed care plans are accepted. There is a sliding fee scale ranging from $25 to $60 for individuals who do not qualify for the Victims of Crime program or who do not have insurance.

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FAMILY COUNSELING SERVICES OF WEST SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

314 E. Mission Rd. San Gabriel, CA 90776

(626) 285-2139 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake and Administration

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

FOOTHILL FAMILY SERVICE

118 S. Oak Knoll Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101

The agency provides life problems counseling for people of all ages who live in Los Angeles County. Services include individual, conjoint, family, and group counseling; child abuse treatment; and parenting groups. The agency primarily serves people live or work in Alhambra, Baldwin Park, El Monte, Monterey Park, Rosemead, San Gabriel, South El Monte, South San Gabriel or Temple City; however, there are no geographic restrictions.

People may apply who are dealing with a wide variety of problems and concerns which may include a court order, premarital issues, marital problems, parent-child conflict, family communication, and adjustments of childhood or adolescence. The agency also provides welfare-to-work support services for battered women and substance abusers who are recipients of, or eligible to receive, CalWORKs and live in Los Angeles County. Services include spousal abuse counseling for battered women, alcoholism and drug abuse counseling and specialized information and referral. There are no geographic restrictions.

The Asian Helpline provides general community information as well as referrals to people who speak only Cantonese, Mandarin or Taiwanese. The helpline is accessible through the regular service phone number.

Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, Taiwanese

People may call or walk in to apply for counseling services. Emergency intake may be arranged by telephone if a clinician is available. Applicants are asked to bring proof of income.

Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 9:00pm; Saturday, 10:00am to 12:00 noon. Fees are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $15 to $110; private insurance is accepted.

The program provides domestic violence services for people who live in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas. Services include spousal abuse counseling for male and female batterers, spousal abuse prevention programs, groups for women and children who live in violent families and public awareness/education. Some services are targeted, but not restricted, to TANF recipients. Services are provided at four locations. There are no geographic restrictions.

Domestic violence treatment includes group therapy for male and female batterers, a support group for women living in violent relationships, and groups for children living in violent families. An anger management education program focuses on stopping violence, controlling behavior, managing anger, communicating, and building relationships. The program meets court requirements.

The program also provides special domestic violence services for CalWORKs participants. People who are TANF recipients or TANF-eligible are eligible for this service. Services provided include case management and individual and group spousal abuse counseling. Referrals for legal advocacy and employment services are available as needed.

Armenian, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish Call to apply; an appointment is required for most services.

Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 9:00pm; Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm. An answering service is available for after-hours messages.

Counseling fees are on a sliding scale from $25 to $85 per session. Low-income families pay no fee or pay on a sliding scale from $0 to $80. There are no fees for speakers; donations are accepted. Private insurance is accepted. Victims of domestic violence and children and teens exposed to domestic violence may pay no fees.

(626) 795-6907 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

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FOOTHILL FAMILY SERVICE EAST PASADENA OFFICE

2500 E. Foothill Blvd., Ste. 300 Pasadena, CA 91107

(626) 564-1613 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides domestic violence services for people who live in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas. Services include spousal abuse counseling for male and female batterers, spousal abuse prevention programs, and groups for women and children who live in violent families and public awareness/education. Some services are targeted, but not restricted, to TANF recipients. There are no geographic restrictions.

Domestic violence treatment includes group therapy for male and female batterers, a support group for women living in violent relationships, and groups for children living in violent families. An anger management education program focuses on stopping violence, controlling behavior, managing anger, communicating, and building relationships. The program meets court requirements.

The program also provides special domestic violence services for CalWORKs participants. People who are TANF recipients or TANF-eligible are eligible for this service. Services provided include case management and individual and group spousal abuse counseling. Referrals for legal advocacy and employment services are available as needed.

Armenian, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish Call to apply; an appointment is required for most services.

Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 9:00pm; Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm. An answering service is available for after-hours messages.

Counseling fees are on a sliding scale from $25 to $85 per session. Low-income families pay no fee or pay on a sliding scale from $0 to $80. There are no fees for speakers; donations are accepted. Private insurance is accepted. Victims of domestic violence and children and teens exposed to domestic violence may pay no fees.

FOOTHILL FAMILY SERVICE WEST COVINA OFFICE

1720 W. Cameron, #100 West Covina, CA 91790

(626) 338-9200 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides domestic violence services for people who live in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas. Services include spousal abuse counseling for male and female batterers, spousal abuse prevention programs, groups for women and children who live in violent families and public awareness/education. Some services are targeted, but not restricted, to TANF recipients. Services are provided at four locations. There are no geographic restrictions.

Domestic violence treatment includes group therapy for male and female batterers, a support group for women living in violent relationships, and groups for children living in violent families. An anger management education program focuses on stopping violence, controlling behavior, managing anger, communicating, and building relationships. The program meets court requirements.

The program also provides special domestic violence services for CalWORKs participants. People who are TANF recipients or TANF-eligible are eligible for this service. Services provided include case management and individual and group spousal abuse counseling. Referrals for legal advocacy and employment services are available as needed.

Armenian, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish Call to apply; an appointment is required for most services.

Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 9:00pm; Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm. An answering service is available for after-hours messages.

Counseling fees are on a sliding scale from $25 to $85 per session. Low-income families pay no fee or pay on a sliding scale from $0 to $80. There are no fees for speakers; donations are accepted. Private insurance is accepted. Victims of domestic violence and children and teens exposed to domestic violence may pay no fees.

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GRACE CENTER

P.O. Box 70826 Pasadena, CA 91117

(626) 355-4545 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake and Administration

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE

HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

HAVEN HOUSE, INC.

P.O. Box 50007 Pasadena, CA 91115

The agency provides domestic violence services for people in Los Angeles County. Services include a battering hotline, clinical evaluation, crisis intervention, domestic violence support groups, individual advocacy for battered women, specialized information and referral for battered women, and spousal abuse counseling for battered men and for battered women. There are no geographic restrictions.

The center provides 24 hour emergency response to battering hotline calls. Staff provide immediate crisis intervention services and can make referrals for shelter, safe house services, emergency food, clothes, and medical, legal and social service resources. Continuing services include individual counseling, evaluation of the effect of the violence on other non-perpetrating family members, and advocacy and coordination with social services, law enforcement and judicial agencies. Support groups are conducted in English or in Spanish and are led by professional facilitators.

Spanish

Call for service or to schedule an appointment. Appointments are preferred. Emergency services respond to pager messages. Pager number is on phone message.

Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; Friday, 9:30am to 1:30pm. Saturdays and Sundays by appointment if emergency.

There are no fees for service.

(626) 564-8880 (323) 681-2626

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

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Administrative Hotline (Voice and TDD) (24 hour Spanish/English)

The agency provides domestic violence services for people in Los Angeles County. Its programs are oriented around the connection between domestic violence and alcohol abuse. Services include counseling, a domestic violence hotline. Services are provided at two locations. There are no geographic restrictions.

The program provides spousal abuse counseling for women who have been battered by a partner who is a substance abuser. A woman can participate in up to 10 individual counseling sessions and can be involved in group counseling on an ongoing basis with otherwomenwhoarestrugglingwithsimilarissues. Acommitmenttoattendatleastfour group meetings is requested. Women who attend the group are primarily those who have separated from their batterer. It also provides space for three separate Alanon groups which meet regularly; the meetings are open to anyone who is involved with or concerned about someone who abuses alcohol.

The domestic violence hotline offers support and crisis counseling for battered women and also provides intake for the shelter and other agency services. The hotline gives callers information about domestic violence, substance abuse, and the effects of both on families, and resources that can help the people involved. Staff provide referrals to a variety of services including medical and legal aid, law enforcement, counseling, advocacy, self-help groups, and support services available for battered women, their children, and families of alcoholics.

Spanish Call for information or service.

The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:30pm. Hours vary for other services.

Fees for counseling is based on a sliding fee from $10 per session. No one is turned away due to inability to contribute. There are no fees for other services.

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HOUSE OF RUTH – OUTREACH SERVICES ONTARIO

P.O. Box 457 Claremont, CA 91711

(909) 984-8282 (909) 623-4364

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

Service/Intake Service/Intake and Administration

The program provides domestic violence services for battered women who are, primarily, in East Los Angeles County and West San Bernardino County through seven locations. Services include counseling, domestic violence prevention, domestic violence hotline, and TRO assistance. There are no geographic restrictions.

The program provides individual and group counseling for battered women and their children. Additional services include follow-up with former shelter residents.

The hotline offers crisis intervention for battered women, intake for the agency’s shelter and specialized information and referral, including information about how to obtain a TRO. The program also assists women in obtaining TRO’s by helping them complete and file paperwork.

The agency also provides welfare-to-work support services for battered women who receive, or are eligible to receive, CalWORKs and live in Los Angeles County. Services include accompaniment services, case management, individual advocacy, mutual support groups, parenting skills development, spousal abuse counseling, TRO assistance and welfare rights assistance. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish Call to apply for services. Call the Pomona outreach office to request a speaker.

The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day. Outreach offices in Ontario and Pomona office are open Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

There are no fees for services.

HOUSE OF RUTH – COMMUNITY SERVICES POMONA

599 N. Main St. Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-4364

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

Service/Intake and Administration

The program provides domestic violence services for battered women who are, primarily, in East Los Angeles County and West San Bernardino County through seven locations. Services include counseling, domestic violence prevention, domestic violence hotline, and TRO assistance. Some services are targeted to adolescents. There are no geographic restrictions.

The program provides individual and group counseling for battered women and their children. The hotline offers crisis intervention for battered women, intake for the agency’s shelter and specialized information and referral, including information about how to obtain a TRO. The program also assists women in obtaining TRO’s by helping them complete and file paperwork.

The agency also provides welfare-to-work support services for battered women who receive, or are eligible to receive, CalWORKs and live in Los Angeles County. Services include accompaniment services, case management, individual advocacy, mutual support groups, parenting skills development, spousal abuse counseling, TRO assistance and welfare rights assistance

Spanish Call to apply for services.

The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day. Outreach offices in Ontario and Pomona office are open Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

There are no fees for services.

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NATIONAL COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG DEPENDENCE OF EAST SAN GABRIEL VALLEY 4626 N. Grand Ave. Covina, CA 91724

(626) 331-5316 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The program provides domestic violence services for court-referred batterers (both male and female) in L A County. Services include anger management and spousal abuse counseling for men and women. Groups are held in both English and Spanish. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish Call to schedule an appointment. Most clients are court-referred, but people may self-refer. Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm; session times vary. Fees are set on a sliding scale.

POMONA COMMUNITY CRISIS CENTER

221 N. Palomares St. Pomona, CA 91767 (909) 623-1588 Service/Intake and Administration

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POMONA OPEN DOOR

10665 S. Mills Ave. Montclair, CA 91763 (909) 621-7742 Service/Intake

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

The program provides domestic violence services for adults age 18 older. It provides a court-approved adult diversion program for court-referred male batterers, and for Spanish- speaking males, anger management, and spousal abuse counseling for men. The diversion program consists of 32 to 52 weeks of counseling and education. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish services are available for the male diversion program. Call for information or to make an appointment.

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 8:00am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 8:00pm; Thursday, 8:00am to 11:30am and 1:00pm to 5:00pm; Saturday, 8:00am to 12:00 noon.

Fees are $40 for intake and $15 per session.

The program provides domestic violence services for adults, age 18 and older, who are in the Pomona Valley. Services include adult diversion programs for batterers and services for victims of domestic violence. There are no geographic restrictions.

Adult diversion for both male and female batterers is a court-approved, 52-week program for court-referred individuals. Staff provide reports to the court as needed. The program also provides group counseling for men and women who have been battered.

Spanish Call for an intake appointment.

Intake hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 9:00pm; Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm. Groups meet evenings and on Saturday.

Adult diversion fees are $20 per session. There are no fees for battered women or men.

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SAFETY EDUCATION CENTER

1400 West Covina Pkwy, 3rd Floor West Covina, CA 91790 (626) 960-3977 Service/Intake

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LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

SANTA ANITA FAMILY SERVICE

The agency provides domestic violence services for adults age 18 and older in Los Angeles County. It offers a court-approved adult diversion program for male and female batterers, child abuse counseling and parenting classes. Self-referred individuals are accepted. The program includes individual and group counseling. There are no geographic restrictions.

Spanish

Call for an appointment.

Hours vary for each site.

Fees are based on a sliding scale from $0 to $25 per week. Fees for parenting classes are on a sliding scale that starts at $3 to $15 per session.

605 S. Myrtle Ave. Monrovia, CA 91016 (866) 934-3571 Hotline/Talkline/Warmline (24hr Domestic Violence Hotline) (626) 359-9358 Service/Intake

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The agency provides domestic violence services primarily for adults age 18 and older who live in Arcadia, Covina, Duarte, and Monrovia. Services include an adult diversion program for male batterers; a battering hotline; motel vouchers for battered women who are TANF recipients; and spousal abuse counseling for batterers and for battered women. There are no geographic restrictions.

Adult diversion is a court-approved program for court-referred male batterers which consists of education classes, group discussions and counseling. Spousal abuse counseling is provided for male batterers and for battered women. Counseling may be individual, or group therapy.

The battering hotline provides assistance for victims of domestic violence. Services are targeted, but not restricted to TANF recipients, through the CalWORKs program. The program can connect a woman with a battered woman’s shelter and help arrange for same day or next day intake; or in case of immediate danger, the hotline staff can connect the caller with 911 Police assistance. If the caller needs to leave her home and cannot get to a shelter, the program can provide a motel voucher for battered women who are in the San Gabriel Valley. Callers from other areas are referred to programs closer to their location.

Spanish

Call for service or an appointment. Call the helpline for service.

Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Service hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 9:00pm. The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Adult fees are based on income; they are $20, $30 or $40 per session. Counseling fees include a $25 intake fee and are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $15 to $100 per session; lower fees may be negotiated for women who have children or are very low- income. There are no fees for crisis intervention. Private insurance is accepted. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

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SANTA ANITA FAMILY SERVICE – COVINA

716 N. Citrus Ave. Covina, CA 91723 (866) 934-3571 (626) 966-1755

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

Hotline/Talkline/Warmline (24hr Domestic Violence Hotline) Service/Intake

The agency provides domestic violence services primarily for adults age 18 and older who live in Arcadia, Covina, Duarte, and Monrovia. Services include an adult diversion program for male batterers; a battering hotline; motel vouchers for battered women who are TANF recipients; and spousal abuse counseling for batterers and for battered women. There are no geographic restrictions.

Adult diversion is a court-approved program for court-referred male batterers which consists of education classes, group discussions and counseling. Spousal abuse counseling is provided for male batterers and for battered women. Counseling may be individual, or group therapy.

Spanish

Call for service or an appointment. Call the helpline for service.

Intake hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm. Service hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 9:00pm. The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Adult fees are based on income; they are $20, $30 or $40 per session. Counseling fees include a $25 intake fee and are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $15 to $100 per session; lower fees may be negotiated for women who have children or are very low- income. There are no fees for crisis intervention. Private insurance is accepted. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.

SANTA ANITA FAMILY SERVICE – SAN GABRIEL

324 S. Mission Dr. San Gabriel, CA 91776

(866) 934-3571 (626) 308-2822

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

Hotline/Talkline/Warmline (24 hr Domestic Violence Hotline) Service/Intake

The agency provides domestic violence services primarily for adults age 18 and older who live in Arcadia, Covina, Duarte, and Monrovia. Services include an adult diversion program for male batterers; a battering hotline; motel vouchers for battered women who are TANF recipients; and spousal abuse counseling for batterers and for battered women. There are no geographic restrictions.

Adult diversion is a court-approved program for court-referred male batterers which consists of education classes, group discussions and counseling. Spousal abuse counseling is provided for male batterers and for battered women. Counseling may be individual, or group therapy.

Spanish Call for service or an appointment. Call the helpline for service.

Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. The hotline operates Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Adult fees are based on income; they are $20, $30 or $40 per session. Counseling fees include a $25 intake fee and are set on a sliding scale that ranges from $15 to $100 per session; lower fees may be negotiated for women who have children or are very low- income. There are no fees for crisis intervention. Private insurance is accepted. No one is turned away due to an inability to pay.

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SPIRITT FAMILY SERVICES Family Alcohol Recovery Service – El Monte 11046 Valley Mall El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 442-4788

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The center provides domestic violence services for San Gabriel Valley residents. Services are targeted, but not restricted to the Spanish-speaking community. Services include adult diversion, anger management, counseling, prevention, and support groups.

The center provides group counseling for batterers, including a 32 and 52 week program for court ordered men and women. Services include anger management classes. Classes run anywhere from 10 to 52 weeks. The center also offers support groups for battered women and provides speakers to community groups about domestic violence prevention.

Spanish Call to apply for service. Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm.

Fees for the batterers group are $20 per session, plus a $25 intake fee. Fees for group sessions are $25 but may be on a sliding scale, depending on income. Battered victim support groups are free. The fee for speakers is $100 per hour; the center will negotiate honorariums.

TWIN PALMS RECOVERY CENTER

3574 Lexington Ave. El Monte, CA 91731 (626) 443-4008

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

The agency provides domestic violence services to adults who live in the San Gabriel Valley. Services include anger management, a court-approved adult diversion program for male and female batterers and spousal abuse counseling for male/females. The program also offers parenting classes, women’s support groups, and individual counseling. Geographic restrictions apply.

The anger management program is 12 weeks. The batterers program is 52 weeks. Male and female classes are separate. Daytime and evening classes are available.

Spanish Referral required from the courts. Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 7:30pm. Fees are set on a sliding scale which range from $5 to $25 per session for all services.

Service/Intake

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WEST COVINA POLICE DEPARTMENT

1444 W. Garvey Ave West Covina, CA 91790

(626) 939-8574 PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

Service/Intake (Domestic Violence Victim Assistance)

The victim assistance program provides domestic violence services for battered women in the San Gabriel Valley area. Services include accompaniment services, individual advocacy, mutual support groups, personal financial management counseling, specialized information and referral for domestic violence services such as shelter, and spousal abuse counseling for battered women. Service is restricted to West Covina and surrounding communities.

A Certified Domestic Violence Counselor provides services. A woman may call for assistance or be referred by the police department. The counselor meets with the battered woman to outline a program based on her individual needs. If the woman needs someone to go to court with her, the counselor will provide accompaniment, and will assist in filling out forms and statements. Referrals can be made to shelter, lawyers, ongoing support groups and other community services.

None Call the designated number to make an appointment. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 8:00am to 9:30pm. There are no fees.

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

WINGS – YWCA SAN GABRIEL VALLEY

P.O. Box 1464 West Covina, CA 91793

(626) 915-5191 (626) 967-0658

PROGRAM/ELIGIBILITY

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH APPLICATION PROCEDURE HOURS

FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE

Service/Intake and Administration Service/Intake and Hotline (24 hour Hotline)

The program provides domestic violence services for people who live in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas. Services spousal abuse counseling for male and female batterers, spousal abuse prevention programs, and groups for women and children who live in violent families. Some services are targeted, but not restricted, to TANF recipients. There are no geographic restrictions.

Domestic violence treatment includes group therapy for male and female batterers, a support group for women living in violent relationships, and groups for children living in violent families. An anger management education program focuses on stopping violence, controlling behavior, managing anger, communicating, and building relationships. The program meets court requirements.

The program also provides special domestic violence services for CalWORKs participants. People who are TANF recipients or TANF-eligible are eligible for this service. Services provided include case management and individual and group spousal abuse counseling. Referrals for legal advocacy and employment services are available as needed.

Armenian, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish Call to apply; an appointment is required for most services.

Monday through Thursday from 8:30am to 9:00pm; Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm; Saturday, 9:00am to 2:00pm. An answering service is available for after-hours messages.

Counseling fees are on a sliding scale from $25 to $85 per session. Low-income families pay no fee or pay on a sliding scale from $0 to $80. There are no fees for speakers; donations are accepted. Private insurance is accepted. Victims of domestic violence and children and teens exposed to domestic violence may pay no fees.

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http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/mch/cpsp/CPSP%20Direct/SPA%203/SPA3_DomesticViolence.PDF

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