Free Counseling Services
Have you wondered if your relationship is affecting your children?
What have they heard ? What have they seen?
C4DP is committed to breaking the cycle of violence by engaging with children and youth who have witnessed or experienced domestic or dating violence, along with their families. We offer several free programs for children and their survivor parent in the Trauma Therapy Program under the direction of the Children, Youth, and Community Prevention Division.
Please see our current programs and support groups below.
If you are currently experiencing trauma due to domestic abuse or violence, please download this flyer with helpful tools and tips to assist you heal. Trauma and You
Download this helpful tool if you have questions: Is your relationship affecting you and your children
C4DP offers a free support group for survivors online via Zoom now.
Empowerment Support Groups: Information to help you create your own path to freedom in your relationship.
- What is Domestic Violence?
- The Impact of Domestic Violence on Health and Wellness
- The Impact of Domestic Violence on Children
- Developing Healthy Boundaries and Recognizing Change
- Safety Planning
Thursdays, 5 pm – 6:30 pm. Online now via Zoom.
Gabby Aragon, Bilingual Case Manager
email: [email protected]
In This Together – Family Therapy Program
Through our “In This Together” (ITT) program, children and their non-abusing parents participate in group therapy intended to heal the family bonds that are often broken in domestic violence situations. Families meet with clinical therapists in a group setting to explore, discover, heal, and thrive using art therapy, creative play, singing, talking, and much more.
“Thursdays are the best day of the week for me and my children. We so look forward to this special time, where we can talk and explore our feelings in a safe, and compassionate environment. Sammy is doing so much better in school too!!”
Current in-person meetings are postponed due to COVID-19.
To sign up for tele-therapy, please call 415-526-2553
Individual and Family Therapy and Mobile Clinics
This in-person program has been suspended due to COVID-19
Do you need help understanding the impact your partner is having on your well being and want someone to talk to? Or on your family if you have one? C4DP has compassionate advocates who are here to help you. We offer individual and family therapy for survivors, and survivors and their children over the phone.
Contact (Bilingual English/Spanish)
TIPS FOR PARENTS:
You as a parent may have left an abusive relationship or you may still be in one. One of the most important factors that help children do well after experiencing domestic violence is a strong relationship with a caring, nonviolent parent. Your support can make the difference between fear and security, and can provide a foundation for a healthier future.
As a caring parent, you can promote your children’s recovery by connecting to Center for Domestic Peace, (or taking similar steps to increase safety in the family) – helping your kids develop relationships with other supportive adults and encouraging them in school or other activities that make them feel happy and proud.
If you feel unsafe now and need help for yourself, your family or someone else in a domestic crisis call:
- C4DP hotline (415) 924-6616/ spanish (415) 924-3456
- The National DV Hotline (1-800-799-7233)
- Children and Family Services (415) 473-2200.