Are You Experiencing Domestic Violence? You Can Get Help!
Have you thought about asking for help for your family, but were afraid of the consequences?
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
There is a strong community that can help your family. Calling our 24 hotline can be the first step towards a peaceful life!
415-924-6616 (English / Linea de apoyo en español)
Compassionate advocates can assist you with 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. They can also help with finding support groups, counseling, and legal advocacy.
We want to speak to you in the language that you’re most comfortable with when you call or visit us. Qualified interpreter services, including sign language, are available at no cost. We do not encourage the use of family, friends or minors as interpreters. Only the services of qualified staff and interpreters are used to provide language assistance. These may include bilingual staff, or Language Line interpreters. In-person, telephone, and alternative modes of communication are available.
If you are a person with a disability and require an accommodation to participate in a C4DP program, requests may be made by calling 415-457-2464 (Voice), 415-457-2421 (TDD/TTY), or by emailing [email protected].
Below is a list of resources to protect yourself and your family.
8 Types of Abuse: The PEEVSSSS.pdf
Am I Abused……Warning Signs of Unhealthy & Unequal Relationships.pdf
Power & Control Wheel.pdf
Have You Thought about Calling the Police but….pdf
Is Your Life In Danger. Lethality Assessment
*For teen and young adult victims, please visit our For Teens section of the webpage.
Click here if you are looking for support groups and counseling services!
Click here for other organizations in Marin that can help!
For legal assistance and referrals call C4DP’s hotline @ 415.924.6616
Also, LawHelpCA.org serves California with self-help information on legal problems and referrals to local legal aid providers and pro bono assistance.