La Casa de las Madres
Address Drop-in Center: 1663 Mission St. Ste 225, 94103

Shelter Address Confidential

Phone 415-503-0500 (Business) 415-503-0301 (FAX)
Hours M-F: 9am-5pm
Language(s) English, Spanish
Summary See article

Drop-in Center: 1663 Mission St. Ste 225, 94103

Shelter Address Confidential

415-503-0500 (Business)

415-503-0301 (FAX)

M-F: 9am-5pm

All services are offered in English and Spanish and are free of charge.

24-Hour Crisis Phone LinesEdit

1-877-503-1850 (24-hour Adult Crisis Line)

1-877-923-0700 (24-hour Teen Crisis Line)

Trained staff and volunteers provide callers with support, crisis counseling and information about community resources and services.

For women with or without children who have been battered or threatened. Call for emergency shelter, counseling, education, legal help, health care, child care and parenting classes available. A woman is eligible for services under the following: teenager, facing physical, emotional or sexual abuse in an intimate relationship; has a sibling or parent who is or has been battered; concerned about how she is being treated or how she was treated in a past relationship.

Individual and family counseling, crisis intervention, educational groups, and support groups are provided. The Educational and support groups give women & teens a safe environment in which to talk about dating violence and help them receive information and referrals. All services are free and confidential. Languages spoken: English/ Spanish.

Emergency ShelterEdit

24-hour shelter intake services by calling: 1-877-503-1850

Has the capacity to shelter and provide comprehensive advocacy and supportive services throughout the development of a Care Plan to 35 women and children per night. Emphasized individual counseling, support groups and vocational/educational referrals to reverse isolation caused by domestic violence.

Drop-In Counseling CenterEdit

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm

For appointment or to attend support groups call: 415-503-0500

Individual counseling and facilitated support groups for women who have left the shelter but wish to continue their counseling sessions and women who are not seeking emergency shelter but who wish to address the impact of domestic violence on their lives.

Community Education and Outreach ProgramEdit

Provides outreach to the media, schools, corporations, and community groups. This outreach provides education about domestic violence prevention and social change. This component also recruits and organizes 40 hour volunteer training several times per year. La Casa maintains a core of on-call volunteers who assist in all organizational program areas. To obtain more information, materials or to schedule a presentation call 415-503-0500.

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