The following organizations are a few of many dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence every day:
Rape Treatment Center in Santa Monica
24-Hour Rape Hotline: 424-259-6000
Peace Over Violence
24-Hour Rape & Battering Hotline: 301-392-8381
The National Sexual Assault Online Hotline (RAINN)
24-Hour Hotline: 800-656-4673
Center for Pacific Asian Family Hotline Website
National Domestic Violence Hotline
National Human Trafficking Hotline
888-373-7888 (TTY: 711) or text them at 233-733
Suicide Prevention Hotline
If you overhear what might be a domestic violence incident, call 911. You could save a life.
Did You Know?
Statistically, you know several victims of domestic violence. It affects 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men.
Over 3 million children every year are exposed to domestic violence.
Children who are exposed to domestic violence are more likely to suffer long-term health problems.
Domestic violence costs over $5.8 billion each year.
Domestic violence knows no boundaries.
Women ages 20–24 are at greater risk of becoming domestic violence victims.
Jackson Katz: Violence Against Women. It's a Men's Issue.
- Domestic Violence Hotline
- 24-hour hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
- 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month
- Partners for Peace
- 24-hour helpline: 1-800-863-9909
- 1-800-437-1220 (TTY)
- Community Resources Center
- 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-877-633-1112
- Center for the Pacific Asian Family
- Santa Monica UCLA Rape Treatment Center
- Peace Over Violence
- LA LGBT Center
- No More Campaigns. Standing up to say NO MORE to domestic violence
- National Network to End Domestic Violence
- CA Victim Compensation Board Victim Resources
- 1 in 4 women experience domestic violence. You probably know someone who could use help.
- Over 60% of domestic violence crimes occur in the family home, but the effects don't stay at home
- Love is Respect: Is it abuse? Find domestic violence warning signs & call or text @loveisrespect for support at any time!
Our effort to eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence, has its roots in the justice and liberation movements of the mid-20th Century. Fundamentally, this kind of activism is about asserting the dignity of all people. The movements to address sexual violence such as the #Me Too movement, embodies the same spirit that lives in the fights for women’s rights, LGBTQ+ equity, racial justice, and so many more.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and rape and sexual violence crisis centers and sexual assault and sexual violence programs adjust to new ways of meeting survivors’ needs, it has never been more important to evaluate work to end sexual violence, and recognize the connections to broader justice movements such as LGBTQ+ equity, racial equity, economic justice, health equity, immigrant justice that seek to create a society where the dignity of every person is valued and respected.
These resources and tool kit created by ValorUS (formally California Coalition Against Sexual Assault - CALCASA) reflect the connections across movements.
You can explore each of these areas below at your own pace: