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BOM is here to help you get your relationship solid. If it is deeper than drama or if you or someone you know feels unsafe and needs help out of the situation please call 1-866-331-9474 or dial 911, if this is an emergency. The resources below are also available if you are in crisis. Click here for:

Bay Area Resources

LA Area Resources

California State Resources

Bay Area

Alameda County

Crisis Support Services of Alameda County
24-hour Crisis Line: 1.800.309.2131
Crisis support, counseling, suicide intervention and teen specific grief counseling for Alameda County residents.

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

Oakland

A Safe Place
510.986.8600
A Safe Place is Oakland's only comprehensive domestic violence program for battered women and children, providing both shelter and professional supportive services to victims of domestic violence.

Men Creating Peace
415.613.4499
Anger management & batterers intervention program for young men age 16 and up.
devongaster@yahoo.com

Contra Costa County

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

Concord

STAND! Against Domestic Violence
Crisis Line: 1.888.215.5555
Programs include a shelter, crisis line, support services, and outreach to schools and the community.

Marin County

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

Napa County

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

San Francisco County

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

San Francisco

LYRIC LGBTQQ Youth Hotline
1.800.246.7743
LYRIC's mission is to build community and inspire positive social change through education enhancement, career trainings, health promotion, and leadership development with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth, their families, and allies of all races, classes, genders, and abilities.

CUAV-Communities United Against Violence
24-hour Crisis Line: 415.333.HELP
CUAV is working for the empowerment and safety of the QQLGBT community in addition to offering practical and moral support for people who have witnessed or experienced abuse, trauma, threats, violence, harassment.

HIFY-Health Initiatives For Youth
415.274.1970
HIFY creates publications and resource materials and facilitates workshops and trainings for youth and the providers that work with them on a variety of youth and health topics, such as body image, sexuality, STDs and HIV, substance use, self-esteem and mental health, relationships, and violence.

Riley Center Emergency Shelter
415.552.2943
24 hour crisis line and shelter for abused women and their children.

WOMAN, Inc.
415.864.4777
Women Organized to Make Abuse Nonexistent, Inc. provides a 24 hour crisis line, in addition to culturally sensitive support for women in domestic violence situations.

Homeless Children's Network
(415) 437-3990
The Homeless Children's Network (HCN) provides comprehensive mental health services, case management, and family support services for homeless children, youth, and their families throughout San Francisco. HCN also provides a forum for networking, education, support and shared resources for the city-wide community of homeless family and children's service providers

San Mateo County

CORA (Communities Overcoming Relationship Abuse)
1.800.300.1080
CORA services include free and confidential emergency counseling, shelter/housing, legal services as well as outreach and education in Spanish, English, and Tagalog. Through their Teen Outreach Program, CORA staff and teen volunteers provide education on healthy relationships and teen dating abuse through workshops, violence-prevention groups, community projects, and media campaigns. Teen volunteers, interns and promoters complete a 40-hour training and commit to a minimum of 2 hours a week to CORA.

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

Santa Clara County

Bay Area Legal Aid
510.663.4744
BayLegal is committed to providing meaningful access to the civil justice system through quality legal assistance regardless of a client's location, language or disability.

Next Door
24 Hour Hotline: 408.279.2962

 

LA Area

Day One Inc.
626.229.9750 (Pasadena Headquarters)
Day One convenes, coordinates, and provides prevention services working to help the cities of Altadena, Pasadena, Sierra Madre and the Greater San Gabriel Valley reduce the problems associated with alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use.

North Hollywood

Valley Teen Clinic
1.888.763.4070
A safe, comfortable health clinic for teens 12-19, designed by teens for teens, and run by a trained and certified staff of peers and licensed medical professionals.

San Pedro

RAINBOW Services
310.548.5450 (24 Hour English/Spanish Hotline)
Providing support and assistance for women and children dealing with family violence.

Pomona

Project Sister
626.966.4155
Sexual assault crisis and prevention services including, sexual assault crisis intervention, outreach and prevention, professional counseling and harassment awareness training.

Los Angeles

Break The Cycle
310.286.3366
Providing preventive education, encouraging youth activism and fostering systemic change around the Teen Dating Violence epidemic.

Aztecs Rising
323.441.0187 (Lincoln Heights Central Office)
323.644.6255 (Hollywood @ Hollywood Youth Family Center)
323.226.1682 (Cypress Park/Highland Park @ Cypress Park Youth Family Center)
323.526.3673 (Boyle Heights @ Lucille Beserra Roybal Youth and Family Center)
5213 Pico Boulevard LA, CA 90019 (West LA/Wilshire @ Tom Bradley Youth & Family Center)
Promoting peace, self-sufficiency and quality of life for youth, adults and families through gang intervention, violence prevention, case management and job readiness services.

Asian Pacific Health Care Venture, Inc.
323.644.3888
Community Health Center working to advocate for and provide quality health care services to all persons in a culturally competent manner. Services are offered with a particular focus on low-income families and underserved Asians and Pacific Islanders. We also offer health education and community economic development.

1736 Family Crisis Center
310.379.3620
213.745.6434
213.222.1237
310.370.5902
310.379.3620
562.388.7652
Works to protect and empower our community's most distressed individuals and families; teens on the run from problems at home, domestic violence victims and their children and others who need help overcoming depression, anxiety, family troubles, and other traumas. Help is only a phone call away through our 24-hour crisis hotlines. Our shelters can offer immediate refuge, and other critical aid is available at our community service centers. We provide services in English, Spanish, and other languages.

Peace Over Violence
213.626.3393 (Downtown Los Angeles Metro Headquarters & 24 Hour Hotline)
626.793.3385 (West San Gabriel Valley Center & 24 Hour Hotline)
310.392.8381 (24 Hour Hotline)
877.633.0044 (24 Hour Stalking Hotline)
Non-profit, feminist; multicultural, volunteer organization dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence, through education, advocacy, intervention, outreach and crisis support services.

Children's Defense Fund
CDF is the foremost national proponent of policies and programs that provide children with the resources they need to succeed. CDF champions policies that will lift children out of poverty; protect them from abuse and neglect; and ensure their access to health care, quality education, and a moral and spiritual foundation.

United American Indian Involvement, Inc.
213.241.0979 (Downtown Headquarters)
Providing quality services and advocacy for the American Indian community within the county of Los Angeles, State of California and United States in a respectful manner with high regard for cultural values, tribal affiliation, spiritual and personal values.

West Adams/Mid-City

Street Poets
323.737.8545

Downtown Los Angeles

Homeboy Industries
323.526.1254
Assisting at-risk and formerly gang-involved youth to become positive and contributing members of society through job placement, training and education. Free support services focus on case management, education (including Opportunities for Learning Charter High School), job training and placement, legal services, mental health counseling, twelve step meetings, pre-release and transition counseling, and tattoo removal.

Mother's Day Radio
310.251.8123
A community driven initiative designed to take direct action in challenging and expanding current media portrayals of womanhood. Our vision is to secure a space in society in which the most prominent media representations of womanhood reflect the inherent value, worth and honor of women everywhere.

 

All of California

Covenant House
Teen Crisis Line: 1.800.999.9999
Information, support and counseling for teens in need.

RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network) 24 Hour Hotline
1.800.656.HOPE (4673)

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1.800.799.SAFE (7233)
1.800.787.3224 TDD

Children's Defense Fund
510.663.3224 (Oakland, CA)
213.355.8791 (Los Angeles)
619.578.2429 (San Diego)
CDF is the foremost national proponent of policies and programs that provide children with the resources they need to succeed. CDF champions policies that will lift children out of poverty; protect them from abuse and neglect; and ensure their access to health care, quality education, and a moral and spiritual foundation.

Childrens Institute International
1.877.70-CHILD 1.877.702.4453) (National Child Abuse Hotline)
323.465.4016 (Los Angeles/Hollywood Childhelp Western Regional Office )
951.845.3155 (Beaumont Childhelp Merv Griffin Village Residential Treatment Facility)
909.335.1164 (Redlands Childhelp Foster Family Agency of California)
Offering help to abused children and their families across the U.S., its territories and Canada through the National Child Abuse Hotline, state-of-the-art treatment programs including residential treatment facilities, therapeutic group and foster homes and child advocacy centers, as well as implementing child abuse prevention, education and training programs in schools across the country.

MALDEF
213.629.2512
The nation's leading non-profit Latino legal organization promoting equality and justice through litigation, advocacy, public policy, and community education in the areas of employment, immigrants' rights, voting rights, education, and language rights.