Resources – Domestic Violence/Child Abuse

Victims of Crime Resource Center


The Victims of Crime Resource Center is located on the Pacific McGeorge School of Law campus in Sacramento, California.The Center has operated the State of California’s confidential, toll-free 1-800-VICTIMS line since 1984. McGeorge students, under attorney supervision, provide information and referrals statewide to victims, their families, victim service providers, and victim advocates.   Primarily through the hotline,

Victims of Crime Resource Center2018-11-02T18:38:02-07:00

Bay Area Crisis Nursery


The Bay Area Crisis Nursery was established to help prevent child abuse and child neglect by providing supportive services to families who are in stress or crisis. Our primary service is providing a warm, loving, homelike environment for children from birth through eleven years of age by offering 24-hour residential care. Our services are free,

Bay Area Crisis Nursery2018-05-16T22:31:19-07:00

Alameda County Family Justice Center


Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC), a one-stop center, with 30 onsite and over 50 offsite agencies and programs, for individuals and families experiencing domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault and exploitation, child abuse, child abduction, elder and dependent adult abuse, and human trafficking. Provide: crisis intervention emergency shelter counseling for adults and children case management

Alameda County Family Justice Center2018-05-16T22:02:46-07:00

Love Never Fails


Love Never Fails is committed to restoration, education and protection of youth involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic sex trafficking.  This 501 (c)(3) offers housing, education, mentoring & health services, workforce development, street outreach, missing person search and community activism. Volunteers:   Join us for our monthly action network meetings on the 1st

Love Never Fails2017-08-13T22:56:41-07:00

National Human Trafficking Resource Center


Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. This crime occurs when a trafficker uses force, fraud or coercion to control another person for the purpose of engaging in commercial sex acts or soliciting labor or services against his/her will. The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, anti-trafficking hotline and resource center

National Human Trafficking Resource Center2018-11-02T18:35:07-07:00

Tri-Valley Haven Restraining Order Clinics


Tri-Valley Haven staff and volunteers will assist clients in preparing the paperwork to apply for a temporary restraining order, and explain how to file the order with the court and have the restrained person served after the order is approved by a judge. They provide information about the court process and can accompany clients to

Tri-Valley Haven Restraining Order Clinics2018-10-03T23:33:48-07:00

New Hope Counseling Services – Cornerstone Fellowship


New Hope Ministries offers Biblically-based lay counseling, encouragement and prayer. We provide lay counseling to individuals and couples. We also  offer a network of referrals and outside resources for individuals, couples, families and children to local licensed, Christian counselors and MFT Interns. Location:  Cornerstone Fellowship, 348 N. Canyons Parkway, Livermore For more information see website

New Hope Counseling Services – Cornerstone Fellowship2017-08-12T18:17:34-07:00

Alameda County Social Services Agency, Children and Family Services Department


Child welfare issues arise in families of every race, ethnicity, culture, and age group. Although our department works diligently to keep children and youth in their family's care, these issues sometimes result in the need for children to be placed in foster care when their living conditions are unsafe due to maltreatment or a lack

Alameda County Social Services Agency, Children and Family Services Department2018-05-16T21:45:26-07:00

New Day for Children


New Day for Children is a local faith-based program and facility offering hope and security for girls from the ages of 10-18 caught in the desperation of sexual exploitation for commercial purposes. By working with local partners, businesses, law enforcement, and volunteers, a program has been developed to lift the girls out of this desperation

New Day for Children2017-08-08T22:28:54-07:00