You Are Not Alone: The Strength of Haven Hills

Haven Hills serves victims of domestic violence in So Cal's San Fernando ValleyDomestic violence can happen to anyone.

Married couples. People who are living together or who are dating. Teens. College students. Newlyweds. So-called “Power Couples” blessed with wealth and fame. Men and women working to raise themselves out of poverty. LGBTQ partners. People with disabilities. Seniors. Anyone.

Learn how to recognize the signs of DV happening in your own life, or in the lives of friends, family, neighbors, co-workers. Anyone you know.

Immigrants And Domestic Violence

immigrants and domestic violence
Yes, ALL immigrants in the U.S. do have the right to live life free from violence and abuse. Haven Hills has been honored to serve the community in the San Fernando Valley area of Southern California for over forty years. We have become experts on the special challenges that immigrants to the U.S. face. We want our English-speaking and Spanish-speaking communities to recognize that abusive partners have additional ways to exert power and control over their victims due to the victim’s immigration status. If you are an immigrant or refugee in an abusive relationship, you may face challenges that can make it feel difficult to reach out for help.

Why I Answer The Crisis Line: A Volunteer's Story

A Volunteer blogs about answering the 24/7 Crisis Line to help domestic violence victims at havenhills.orgMy voice is one that you may hear when you call the Haven Hills 24/7 Crisis Line. I joined up with Haven Hills back in 1981 when I was a grad student in Educational Psychology at Cal State Northridge. I volunteered to complete my field placement hours working with children at the Crisis Shelter and this turned out to be a life-changing experience for me.