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Community Spotlight: CPEDV Conference

20 La Casa de las Madres staff members were excited and honored to attend this year’s Statewide Domestic Violence Conference, hosted by The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (CPEDV website).  The conference, titled “Shifting the Lens,” focused on ways that the anti-domestic violence movement has evolved over the past 40 years, and how we…

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Service Spotlight: Supporting the LGBTQ Community

Despite common misconceptions, domestic violence is as prevalent within same sex relationships as it is within heterosexual relationships.  All year long, La Casa’s continuum of services provides safety, support, and healing to survivors of all backgrounds and identities, including those who identify as LGBTQ.  Our staff and volunteers are trained to provide support around some…

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Community Spotlight: Celebrating Mothers

Your generous contributions to honor the individuals in your lives enables La Casa to provide comprehensive and empowering services to women, teens, and children exposed to and at risk of abuse.  We provide access, tools and support—clinical and peer-based—that strengthen their ability to affect change and break the cycle of violence.  Your support allowed La…

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Service Spotlight: Drop In Center

Our community hub and public address, La Casa’s Drop In Center, serves as an access point for victims and survivors of domestic violence through every step of their journey. Our Drop In Center offers a safe place to receive preventive and ongoing supportive services in addition to crisis intervention.  It also embodies our commitment to…

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Community Spotlight: Volunteer Impact

Volunteers who give their time, energy, and skills in wide-ranging ways are truly at the heart of La Casa’s work, helping to ensure and sustain our free, confidential services 24/7/365.  In FY 2014-2015, volunteers gave more than 2376 hours and countless intangible gifts helping in varied aspects of our work and all in support of…

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Service Spotlight: Sexual Assault Awareness and Response

  April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), and here at La Casa we are amping up our year-round efforts to propel our community’s awareness of sexual assault and its manifestations as a form of power and control within abusive relationships. Throughout our continuum of support services and community education efforts, La Casa works to support…

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Service Spotlight: Multi-Pronged Access to Legal Assistance

Whether accessed within a broader continuum of support received at La Casa, or as a standalone service for a survivor seeking legal help, La Casa’s legal services provide skilled assistance in multiple settings so that survivors can more readily navigate a complex and sometimes daunting system.  Our support helps to shed light on legal processes and protections,…

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Community Spotlight: Newly Trained Volunteers Provide Client Support

Volunteers who generously give their time, energy, and skills in wide-ranging ways are truly at the heart of La Casa’s work, helping to ensure and sustain our free, confidential services 24/7/365.  La Casa welcomes the 18 newest volunteer graduates of our Domestic Violence Counselor Training, who finished the month-long program on February 25th and are…

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The San Francisco 49ers

With Super Bowl 50 buzz and activities wrapping up here in the Bay Area, La Casa de las Madres would like to take a moment to recognize our growing partnership with the San Francisco 49ers and our joint efforts to transform public perceptions about domestic violence. During the 2015/16 season, La Casa was selected to…

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Stopping Teen Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM).  Every February La Casa de las Madres’ Teen Program ramps up its year-round efforts and implements special programming to educate Bay Area youth about dating violence and the services available to those affected by it.  For the 1 in 10 San Francisco High School students who experience…

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