Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP) leads a comprehensive community effort to end the #1 violent crime in Marin County: domestic violence. We provide transformational services and programs that protect and enhance victim safety, and ultimately engage our community in permanent change.
Who is C4DP? Center for Domestic Peace operates with three interlocking strategies: 1) Safety and Empowerment, 2) Coordinated Community Response, and 3) Social Transformation.
1. Each year, our core services promote the safety and empowerment of more than 6,000 individuals impacted by domestic violence through: an emergency shelter, 24/7 hotlines, long-term transitional housing, support groups, legal advocacy and services, and a ManKind and WomanKind program for men and women who seek to end the violence in their relationships.
2. We engage, train, and coordinate professionals from various sectors to promote a coordinated community response to domestic violence within multiple systems – including legal services, law enforcement, criminal justice, health and mental health, and education.
3. We take a leadership role in promoting social transformation through technical assistance, education, prevention (including teens and adults), and policy initiatives.
Since our founding in 1977, we have responded to the needs of more than 181,000 women and children affected by domestic violence, as well as more than 29,000 men who have been violent.
501(c)3 IRS Tax ID# 94-2415856.
Accessibility Policy: C4DP is committed to providing services that meet a variety of accessibility needs including hearing, visual, language or physical limitations. No one is turned away based on these limitations. Please inform us if you need special assistance and we will do our best to accommodate in accordance with your needs.
Center for Domestic Peace IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), marital status, sexual orientation (heterosexuality, homosexuality and bisexuality), medical condition (cancer and genetic characteristics) or disability (medical and physical, including HIV and AIDS), and denial of family medical care leave and pregnancy leave.
We are committed to equal opportunity and cultural linguistic competency as a means to: oppose employment discrimination and oppression, 2) ensure diversity in our organization, 3) eliminate barriers so we are able to provide service to all victims, 4) provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services and accessible facilities and materials for disabled participants, and 5) promote healthy and equal relating while opposing discrimination and all forms of discrimination/harassment of marginalized groups.
Immigrants in the United States have the right to live life free of domestic violence and abuse. Center for Domestic Peace rejects all discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, immigration status, socioeconomic status, and disability. We are committed to protecting the rights of every survivor, regardless of their immigration status. All our services are 100% voluntary and 100% confidential/anonymous. We will not ask you for your immigration status, or for a social security number. Rest assured that any information you wish to disclose to us will be kept in the utmost confidentiality.