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Please understand that any device you use, including computers, smartphones, tablets, etc., can be monitored by an abuser. There are ways for an abuser to access your social media and email account, as well as discover what sites you’ve visited on the internet since it’s nearly impossible to remove all the data related to your internet activity across your devices.
Please take safety measures to protect yourself by using a computer at a public terminal, such as a library or community center. You may also choose to call our 24/7 Crisis Line at 818-887-6589 from a payphone or any other secure phone.
You are not alone. Trained counselors and volunteers staff our 24/7 Crisis Line. Whether you’re a survivor of domestic violence or a friend reaching out on behalf of a survivor, you’re always able to talk with a qualified member from our team who is ready to listen and can help.
Our bilingual counselors provide assistance for survivors in English and Spanish, including:
The 45-day crisis shelter provides survivors of domestic violence, as well as their children, with a safe, secure, and confidential space to find stability, break away, reassess, and begin to transform their lives. The shelter provides food, clothing, and supportive services for 45 days.
Our staff immediately addresses trauma with:
The Haven II Program provides no-cost temporary housing for survivors of domestic violence, as well as their children, to take the next steps in stabilizing their lives and planning for the future. This program provides the survivor with tools to establish credit, develop a budget, find a permanent place to live, and develop a plan for safety. It includes the following:
We offer day and evening support group times, information sessions, and more. Those who participate in support groups learn to recognize the signs of domestic violence, come to understand the barriers to leaving, and gain an education about the legal resources available to survivors of domestic violence. Our trained staff is here to help you learn and heal, no matter if you’re looking to talk with others who have been affected by unhealthy relationships or need hands-on support to create an action plan.
Counseling services are offered in both English and Spanish.
Group workshops and training sessions are available for those who want to learn how to recognize the signs of domestic violence, understand the barriers to leaving, comprehend the psychological impacts of domestic violence, and receive an education on the legal resources available to survivors of domestic violence.
Haven Hills provides resident children with group counseling and support groups that emphasize art and play. Children also receive one‑on‑one tutoring through the programs.
In collaboration with the L.A. Department of Public Social Services, Haven Hills assists survivors in the CalWORKs GAIN Program to recover from domestic violence and move toward self-sufficiency and employment.
Haven Hills housing and counseling services are available to anyone who has been impacted by an abusive relationship, regardless of gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We offer LGBTQ-specific group counseling sessions and workshops.