Please note: The resources included here are not endorsed by NAMI, and NAMI is not responsible for the content of or service provided by any of these resources.

Crisis Hotlines

1736 Family Crisis Center

24-hour crisis and suicide hotlines:

■ Phone: 213-222-1237 

■ Phone: 213-745-6434 

■ Phone: 310-370-5902 

■ Phone: 310-379-3620 

■ Phone: 562-388-7652  

1736 Family Crisis Center Westside Mental Health Services

24-hour crisis and suicide hotline services, intake and shelter screening for victims of domestic violence; Human Sex Trafficking and At-Risk Youth, ages 10-12, and LAPD DART (Domestic Abuse Response Team) program provider: on-scene immediate crisis response and emergency assistance through ride-along with LAPD. Bilingual/bicultural (Spanish) and other language interpretation available. 

1736 Everychild Foundation Emergency Shelter and Youth Program:

24-hour crisis and suicide hotline services and confidential emergency shelter for youth, ages 10-17, individual, family and group counseling and psychotherapy, case management, job development and education services. 

1736 Street Outreach and Advocacy Team: 

For ages 12-22: Responding to emergent and non-emergent calls from community partners to meet the youth on the streets and help provide referrals, resources, guidance and services to runaway, homeless and street youth, under age 22, who have been subjected to sexual abuse, prostitution, sexual exploitation and severe forms of trafficking in persons. This teamworks days/nights and one weekend day. 

■ 24/7 direct to shelter: 310-379-3620 

■ Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Angel Step Inn – Emergency Shelter

Angel Step Inn provides a 45 day shelter program of on-site domestic violence services and substance abuse treatment for battered, substance-addicted women and their children in Los Angeles County. 

■ Phone Number: 323-780-4357 

■ Website:

Casa Youth Shelter

Provide temporary shelter for runaways and youth in crisis, ages 12-18, enabling them to come through the crisis with increased personal strength and a sense of renewal while in a supportive environment, with family reunification as a primary goal. 

■ Phone Number: 800-914-2272 

■ Website: www.casayouthshelter.org

Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF)

CPAF offers emergency and transitional shelter for women and children in immediate danger from domestic violence and/or sexual assault. They are a multilingual organization offering classes in Korean and Mandarin. 

■ Phone Number: 800-339-3940 

■ Website:

Children’s Institute, Inc.

We provide healing so traumatized children can recover and lead healthy lives, while working to shape the field of children’s services through innovative research, demonstration projects, and professionally accredited training programs.

■ Phone Number: 213-385-5100 

■ Website: 

Domestic Violence Center Program of Child and Family Center

Shelter services for female victims of domestic violence, counseling for victims, 24 hr hotline, support groups, parenting classes, DV support groups for males

■ Phone Number: 661-259-4357 

■ Website:

East Los Angeles Women’s Center

Provide support for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking and HIV/AIDS. We offer crisis intervention, prevention, education, and advocacy in order to address the needs of our multicultural and multilingual community. 

■ Phone Number: 800-585-6231 

■ Website: 

Good Neighbors USA

In their shelter, victims are provided with a safe place that provides the specific support and resources necessary to achieve self-sufficiency. 

■ Phone Number: 323-763-2865 

■ Website:

Good Shepherd Shelter

The Good Shepherd Shelter provides individualized, comprehensive services and transitional housing to battered women and their children. Their primary focus is on mothers with young children. 

■ Phone Number: 323-737-6111 

■ Website:

Haven Hills, Inc.

Haven Hills offers shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and activities supporting increased economic opportunity to victims primarily in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. All services for minors require parental consent.

■ Phone Number: 818-887-6589 

■ Website:

Helpline Youth Counseling

It is a non-profit organization that serves people from the LA County. It has programs like substance abuse, homeless, CARE (counseling for families), two Domestic Violence programs, and many others. Provides services that are free or on a sliding scale. 

■ Phone Number: 562-273-0722 

■ Website:

House of Ruth

24 hr hotline, Shelter, support groups, individual counseling, counseling for children in shelter, Spanish speaking support groups, Spanish speaking individual counseling. Age limit for male children is 17. 

■ Phone Number: 909-988-5559 

■ Website:

Jenesse Center, Inc.

Jenesse Center Inc. is a nationally recognized non-profit domestic violence prevention and intervention organization. 

■ Phone Number: 800-479-7328 (24/7 Hotline for emergency shelter and services) 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 3761 Stocker St, Los Angeles, CA 90008 

Jewish Family Services (JFS) Hope

JFS Hope provides compassionate, personalized services to survivors of domestic violence through a trauma-informed lens. All our services are free of charge and offered in English and Spanish. 

■ Phone Number: 323-681-2626 

■ Website:

Korean American Family Services

We provide intervention, prevention & outreach services for Korean immigrant families affected by domestic violence & child abuse. We provide crisis intervention, counseling & support services, perpetrator accountability group, & other outreach services. 

■ Phone Number: 888-979-3800 

■ Website:

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles DV Clinic – Santa Monica

Legal services to victims of DV with five locations: Santa Monica, Long Beach, South LA, East LA, Central LA. Multi-lingual. 

■ Phone Number: 800-399-4529 

■ Website:

Little Tokyo Service Center

Agency provides transitional shelter (up to 2 years) in English, Korean, Mandarin and Japanese and batterers’ counseling services in Japanese.

■ Phone Number: 213-473-3030 

■ Website:

National Domestic Violence Hotline

A free and confidential hotline that’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Provides life saving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse. Callers can expect highly trained, experienced advocates to offer compassionate support, crisis intervention information and referral services in more than 200 languages. 

■ Phone Number: 800-799-7233 

■ Website:

Ness Counseling Center

Services: Batterers Intervention Groups for men and women; counseling and support groups. Spanish. 

■ Phone Number: 310-360-8512 

■ Website:

New Insights Programs

Approved DV batterers treatment program for both men and women (separate groups). 

■ Phone Number: 818-242-2308 

Project Sister Family Services

Counseling services to victims of sexual assault and DV. 

■ Phone Number: 626-966-4155 

■ Website:

STOP Partner Abuse/Domestic Violence Program – LA LGBT Center

Services include survivors groups, partner abuse prevention groups & workshops, referral to LGBT-sensitive shelters. Spanish-speaking staff and volunteers are available in all Legal Services programs. 

■ Phone Number: 323-993-7649 

■ Website:


The People Concern (OPCC and Lamp Community)

One of Los Angeles County’s largest social services agencies, The People Concern was formed in 2016 in a merger of two trusted social service organizations based in Los Angeles County, OPCC and Lamp Community. Informed by more than fifty years of work in the community, The People Concern is a leading provider of, and advocate for, evidence-based solutions to the multi- faceted challenges inherent in homelessness and domestic violence.

Santa Monica Services: 

The Access Center program is outreach and street medicine teams and serves as the primary entry point for homeless and no income men, women and families. The Access Center provides mental health services, medical care, case management, benefits assistance and a broad range of engagement and basic living services (including meals, clothing, mail service, showers, laundry and lockers). 

■ Access Center: 310-450-4050 

■ Main Office: 503 Olympic Blvd. SM 90404 

Interim Housing (Daybreak, Safe Haven, SAMOSHEL & Turning Point):

Safe Haven, SAMOSHEL, and Turning Point provide interim housing and supportive services for homeless men and women, and Daybreak provides services specifically for homeless, mentally ill women. Services include: outreach and engagement, interim and permanent housing services, mental healthcare, medical care, benefits assistance, substance abuse interventions, and life skills programs. 

■ Phone Number: 310-450-0650 

■ Main Office: 1751 Cloverfield Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404 

Safe Haven: 

■ Phone Number: 310-883-1222 

■ Main Office: 1751 Cloverfield Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404 


■ Phone Number: 310-450-4050 

■ Main Office: 505 Olympic Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90404 

Turning Point: 

■ Phone Number: 310-828-6717 

■ Main Office: 1447 16th St., Santa Monica, CA 90404 


Sojourn serves victims of domestic violence and offers a full range of services that are confidential and free-of-charge. A 24-hour hotline with peer counseling, crisis intervention, safety planning, education on domestic violence and resource referral support and information. 

■ Phone Number: 310-264-6646 x 228 

■ Hot Line: 310-264-6644 

■ Main Office: 1453 16th St, Santa Monica, CA 90404 

■ Phone Number: 323-334-9000 

■ Website: 

■ Main Office: 2116 Arlington Ave., Suite 100, Los Angeles 90018


United American Indian Involvement (UAII) – Seven Generations

We provide services for American Indian women and families who have been victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Our support services include: individual and group counseling, emergency transportation, and community outreach and training. 

■ Phone Number: 213-241-0979 

■ Website:

Women’s Transitional Living Center, Inc.

Emergency and transitional shelters serving victims of abuse.

■ Phone Number: 877-531-5522 

■ Website:

Valley Oasis

Valley Oasis is a community based organization dedicated to eliminating social and domestic violence and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention, safe shelter, and supportive services. **Domestic Violence services are only available to those staying in shelter but Valley Oasis can offer other services through one of their other departments for those not staying in shelter.** 

■ Phone Number: 661-945-6736 

■ Website: