Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault

Sacramento State Student Health Services (SHS)

SHS provides cost-effective care that fosters the health and wellness of the campus community and supports student’s academic and personal success. SHS provides health and wellness services, immunizations, laboratory services, medical services, optometry, pharmacy, counseling and psychological services, STI/STD testing, alcohol assessment services, nutrition services, general health information, literature, events, presentations, outreach, referal services, women's health servies, X-rays, and violence and sexual assault services.

Phone: 916-278-6461
Fax: 916-278-7359

If you need assistance after hours, call campus police at 916-278-6851.

http://www.csus.edu/hlth

C A L C A S A (The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault)

"The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault provides leadership, vision and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals and other entities committed to ending sexual violence."

The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) provides the unifying vision and voice to all Californians speaking out against sexual violence. Founded in 1980, CALCASA is the only statewide organization in California whose sole purpose is to promote public policy, advocacy, training and technical assistance on the issue of sexual assault.

1215 K ST, SUITE 1100
ESQUIRE PLAZA
SACRAMENTO, CA 95814

916-446-2520 (TEL)
916-446-8166 (FAX)
916-446-8802 (TTY/TDD)

info@calcasa.org

http://calcasa.org

My Sister's House

My Sister’s House serves Asian and Pacific Islander women and children effected by domestic violence. The program aims to end domestic violence in the Asian and Pacific Islander community through promoting family education and self-determination of Asian and Pacific Islander women with culturally specific services.

Mailing Address:
3053 Freeport #120,
Sacramento, CA 95818

Phone: (916) 930-0626
Fax: (916) 930-0086

info@my-sisters-house.org

http://www.my-sisters-house.org

WEAVE

WEAVE provides crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County through prevention and education in the community. WEAVE’s mission is to bring an end to domestic violence and sexual assault by educating and working with the community to stop the continuation of violence.

WEAVE - Midtown
1900 K Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Phone: 916.448.2321


WEAVE - South
7600 Hospital Drive
Sacramento, CA 95823

Support & Information Line: 916.920.2952;
866.920.2952 (Toll Free), 916.443.3715 (TDD)
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.7233

www.weaveinc.org

PEACE for Families

PEACE for Families is a private, non-profit community-based organization providing comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Placer County. Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, 24-hour shelter, transitional housing, assistance in obtaining emergency food, clothing and transportation, 24-hour crisis response to hospitals, hospital accompaniment for rape victims, In-person crisis intervention for victims and their families, legal and social services, advocacy and accompaniment, including assistance with temporary restraining orders and custody orders, support groups, peer and professional counseling, individual and group counseling, counseling for significant others of individuals who have been sexually assaulted, educational classes, and information and referrals.

Auburn location

11960 Heritage Oaks, Suite 15

Auburn, CA 95603

Phone: 530.885.0443 | Fax: 530.889.8497

Roseville location

700 Sunrise Ave Suite N

Roseville, CA 95661

Phone: 916.773.7273 | Fax: 916.773.3990

24-HOURCRISIS LINE: 800-575-5352

www.peaceforfamilies.org

El Dorado Women's Center

The Center for Violence-free Relationships is dedicated to building healthy relationships, families, and communities free from sexual assault and domestic violence through education, advocacy, and services in western El Dorado County. Current services include a 24-hour crisis line, individual counseling, drop-in counseling, and group support for victims, emergency food, clothing and transportation, legal assistance and accompaniment, a safe house, hospital and court accompaniment and advocacy, information and referrals, group counseling for those who have battered their partners, community education, school prevention programs, and training for volunteers.

344 Placerville Dr., Suite 11
Placerville CA 95667
(Pioneer Plaza across from Regal Theatre)

24/7 Crisis Help Line: 530-626-1131 or 916-939-6616
Office Phone: 530-626-1450 or 916-939-4464
Fax: 530-626-6895

http://www.thecenternow.org

Domestic Violence Intervention Center

The goals of Domestic Violence Intervention Center are to help victims of domestic violence and their children become survivor; educate the community about domestic violence; help stop the cycle of domestic violence.
FREE Services for Victims of Domestic Violence include 24-hour crisis line (916) 728-7210; in person crisis intervention; short term peer counseling; safe house referrals; support groups; assistance in obtaining emergency food, clothing, and transportation; court accompaniment and advocacy; hospital accompaniment and advocacy; weekly family law legal clinic; assistance to victims who are filing their own restraining orders; information and referral; and community education and outreach.
No services that Domestic Violence Intervention Center staff provides
shall be interpreted as treatment.

6060 Sunrise Vista Drive
Suite 2340
Citrus Heights, CA, 95610-3850

Office: (916) 728-5613
Crisis Line: (916) 728-7210

info@dviccares.org

www.dvicares.org

VIVA Counseling Services

VIVA (Volunteers In Victim Assistance) is a full service center for victims, witnesses, friends and family members who have experienced a violent crime or trauma. VIVA serves Sacramento, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer and Yolo counties with a statewide crisis response team. Victim advocates and counselors provide crisis intervention, and follow-up victim services. Volunteers in Victim Assistance provides adult counseling by MFT interns.

2020 Hurley Way, Suite 205
Sacramento, CA 95825 (Main Office)

(916)570-1690

viva@victimassistance.us
volunteer@victimassistance.us
donations@victimassistance.us

www.victimassistance.us/home


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