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A Community For Peace HOTLINE

24 HOURS – Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault CRISIS LINE.   ALL calls are confidential.(English) 916-728-7210

LGBTQ Tapestry for P.E.A.C.E. HELP LINE

CRISIS Help Line Available 24 Hours.  ALL calls are CONFIDENTIAL.  (916) 242-0169

NATIONAL COALITION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is the voice of victims and survivors. We are the catalyst for changing society to have zero tolerance for domestic violence. We do this by affecting public policy, increasing understanding of the impact of domestic violence, and providing programs and education that drive that change.

FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER (FJC)- Sacramento

The Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center offers a safe, healing environment for victims of domestic violence, child and elder abuse, sexual assault, and human trafficking. We bring an array of needed services to victims through collaboration with existing public, private, and community-based programs. We aim to be a ‘one-stop’ facility, more effectively and efficiently delivering the critical services that our existing agencies provide.

 

LATINO HEALTH RESOURCE GUIDE

Latinos are the fastest growing ethnic group in the United States but remain largely underserved from a healthcare standpoint. Some of the socioeconomic factors that contribute to Hispanics not receiving the health care they need include; language barriers, lack of employer health insurance, acculturation, lack of transportation, and food/medical/dental desert.  In an effort to help, a guide full of state and national resources has been compiled.


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ME TOO Movement

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ARTICLES 

Employers Must Now Provide Notice to Employees Pursuant to AB 2337 / Labor Code Section 230.1 Regarding the Rights of Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault or Stalking in the Workplace  READ MORE

ACFP ARTICLES RELATED TO DV AND LEGAL ISSUES

*Domestic Violence Restraining Orders: The Pros and Cons

*Domestic Violence Restraining Orders: The PROCESS

*Domestic VIolence Restraining Orders: Completing Your DVRO Forms

*Domestic Violence Restraining Orders: Filing and Serving Your DVRO

*Domestic Violence Restraining Orders: Preparing for Your DVRO Court Hearing

*Domestic Violence Restraining Orders: Preparing for Mediation

**All of the A Community for Peace articles are for educational and empowerment pieces only. Our advocates are not lawyers. We are here to support the clients in their legal situations and do refer many of our clients to other outside legal agencies for more complex situations.