Center for Domestic Peace provides a safe, confidential refuge for victims of domestic violence and sex trafficking and their children when no other options exist. The facility is at an undisclosed location in Marin County. Hotline staff will help assess alternative safe housing options, perhaps with a friend or aunt, and one’s need for shelter. Once at the shelter, staff helps individuals evaluate their options and make future plans. Shelter services also includes medical assistance, food and clothing, support groups, children’s services, parenting groups, housing assistance, child care, and transportation.
With the help of these supportive services, residents determine the right next steps for themselves including how to transition to independent, violence-free lives, and obtain housing after a shelter stay. Please contact one of the hotlines for more information.
C4DP also has transitional house for surviviors and their children see below.
Ever wonder what it’s really like for the children who stay in our emergency shelter and transitional housing? Come have a first ever “look inside” our housing programs and our work with children in a short documentary film. Come find out what we are doing to offer hope and healing to so many! Watch the video by clicking here!