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What We Do

La Casa de las Madres offers a comprehensive continuum of support services, because survivors of domestic violence need more than a bed for the night, or a few weeks of respite, to transition to truly violence-free lives.  Invoking strength-based empowerment models, our programs facilitate safety and offer transformative opportunities to heal from and end domestic violence.

Each year, our expert prevention and intervention services engage 15,000 community members, touching more than 50,000 lives.  All of our services are free of charge, confidential, and available to all women, teens, and children in various languages, particularly English and Spanish.

Crisis Services

Through crisis response and intervention services, we are always alert and ready to give help when needed.

Support Services

Through a variety of support services, we work together with women, teens, and children to help them explore their own strengths, take risks, and reclaim their lives.


La Casa offers training for a variety of audiences and purposes to help ensure that survivors have access to the life-saving services and support they need.

Outreach and Education

Strengthening our provision of survivor support services, La Casa de las Madres provides community outreach and education programming and events to motivate social change through increased public awareness of domestic violence.

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Computer use can be monitored and is impossible for its memory to be completely cleared. If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, and/or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1−800−799−SAFE(7233) or TTY 1−800−787−3224.

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