Safety and Empowerment Program Overview
Each year, Center for Domestic Peace helps more than 4,500 individuals affected by domestic violence.
Detailed list of our programs and contact information can be found by using this link: Center for Domestic Peace Programs
Our services include:
24/7 Emergency Hotlines
Hotlines in English and Spanish provide immediate support and safety planning for those in danger or at risk, as well as information and referrals. The Spanish and English hotlines are two of the few in the Bay Area that provide 24-hour intake to help those in danger access emergency shelter.
Spanish: Linea de apoyo en español: 415.924.3456
ManKind Program: 415.924.1070
Marin Youth Services text or call: 415.526.2557 Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm
A person who is experiencing domestic violence or sex trafficking is often in serious danger. The shelter is a safe, confidential refuge for victims and their children, where they can access counseling, medical assistance, food, clothing, support groups, housing assistance, and transportation. Please call our Hotline for information. 415.924.6616
Second Step provides long-term transitional housing, support services, and economic development tools for women and their children who have been victims of domestic violence. In this supportive environment, women can seek job training, employment, and permanent housing to develop the necessary skills to start new lives that are free of violence. Please call 415.457.2464 for information.
Classes for Stopping Violent Behavior
Our classes teach participants how to stop their violence through peer education. ManKind is for and by men, and WomanKind (Mujer Gentil) is for and by women. ManKind includes a 24-hour hotline 415.924.1070 managed by trained male volunteers who help deter men from engaging in violence. The hotline provides consultation and makes referrals to classes that offer men concrete ways to end their violence. To contact them, please call the hotline or email [email protected] For Womankind (Mujer Gentil is for Spanish speakers) class information, please call 415.526.2552 or email [email protected]
Using a peer support model, support groups provide domestic violence education, emotional support, and referrals on a drop-in basis. Several groups meet in confidential locations each week and are led by trained facilitators. They are open to women in any stage of an abusive relationship. Please call our Hotline for details. 415.924.6616
Legal Systems Advocacy
Our services include crisis intervention counseling, civil and criminal court accompaniment, assistance with obtaining legal services, restraining orders, and support services. Please call our Hotline for information. 415.924.6616
C4DP’s Trauma Therapy Program offers clinical therapy and support for survivors and survivors with children through individual, group, mobile and multi-family therapy. Please call Angela Weikel to learn more. 415-526-2553
*Immigrants in the United States have the right to live life free of domestic violence and abuse*
In these uncertain times for immigrant families, Center for Domestic Peace (C4DP) wants you to know that we will adhere to our core organizational values. We are committed to providing emergency shelter, support groups, hotline access and all of our services for domestic violence survivors and their children, regardless of immigration status. All of 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.
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.
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.