One on One
If you have been a victim of sexual and/or domestic violence, recently, last year, or many years ago, as a child, teenager or adult, female or male, it is never too late to heal.
We believe that no one should have to go through the trauma of sexual or domestic violence alone. We see you, we hear you, we believe you.
The LA Rape and Battering Hotline offers victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking emotional support, information, compassion, accompaniment, referral and advocacy services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our comprehensive case management services provide survivors of sexual and domestic violence with support and advocacy, helping navigate social services, personal, legal and criminal justice systems in order for them to receive justice, protection, compassion and healing.
Contact 213.955.9090 to request a case manager.
Counselor Advocates accompany survivors to hospitals, police stations, court, and social services to provide crisis intervention, advocacy and in-person support
The Legal Advocacy Project provides legal services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The following list details our main services. However, this list is not exhaustive; if you are a survivor of domestic and/or sexual violence and you feel that your legal issues do not fit under any of these categories, feel free to contact our office and we still may be able to provide assistance or a referral to an agency who can help meet the your needs.
Types of Services
- VAWA Self-Petitions
- Protective Orders
- Legal Advocacy for Sexual Assault Survivors
- Paperwork Assistance
- Legal Advocacy/Court Accompaniment
- Attorney Consultation
- Pro Bono Representation
- Legal Clinics
For more detailed information see our legal advocacy project
Individual crisis counseling can decrease the longer term impact of trauma. In addition to ten free weeks of counseling, Counselors will provide options or referrals for long-term or additional counseling.
Contact 213.955.9090 to speak with a counselor.