Ocean Park Community Center (OPCC)

Provides services in the following areas:
Housing
Medical Care
Mental Health Care
Domestic Violence Services
Substance Addiction Treatment
Income Services
Life Skills
Services to Veterans

For general inquiries, please email customerservice@opcc.net.
For: Homeless Services call (310) 450-4050.
Victims of Domestic violence call their 24-Hour Hotline: (310) 264-6644.

Address:
1453 16th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
opcc

Southern California Counseling Center

Southern California Counseling Center
5615 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90019
323.937.1344
www.sccc-la.org
-Court Mandated DV groups offered

-Can provide court-mandated counseling and submit needed reports to social worker/probation officer; Written evaluation, psychological assessment, or psychiatric diagnosis is not provided however.

-Limited psychiatric services only for clients in ongoing therapy and without insurance

Southern California Counseling Center (SCCC) was founded in 1966. They have over 180 volunteer counselors, supervisors and board members and a small paid staff. SCCC offers a variety of affordable individual and group counseling to a diverse clientele.

Because SCCC accepts no government funding or insurance payments, anyone can qualify for SCCC services, and there is no restriction on how long clients can participate. SCCC is not required to give clients a diagnosis in order to work with them, and they are able to work from a collaborative, strength-based model that acknowledges the broader context of the challenges a client may be facing. In the absence of government and insurance funding, SCCC relies on client fees, counselor fees, private grants and donations.

Services Offered:
Individual
Couple
Family
Child and Group Counseling
School-Based Counseling Services
The Abuse Prevention Program
Best Practice Parenting
Children Affected by Domestic Violence
Rage Resolution Group
Teen Violence Prevention Group
Project Fatherhood

5615 W Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90019
(323) 937-1344
www.sccc-la.org

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

LAFLA has six offices in the L.A. area and three Domestic Violence Clinics located at the Superior Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Courthouse and the Long Beach Courthouse. LAFLA offers a variety of legal services and information in nine languages.

General LAFLA information:
Tel: (800) 399-4529
TTY/TDD Hearing Impaired: (310) 393-7734
http://www.lafla.org/

LAFLA Central Office:
1550 West Eighth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 640-3881

If you are being evicted and have received a summons and complaint with a court case number or if you have any other type of housing problem, including questions about Section 8, please call (800) 399-4529.

Break the Cycle

Teen dating violence is an urgent, silent epidemic. One-out-of-three teens will experience abuse in a dating relationship and more than two-thirds of them will never report it to anyone.

Break the Cycle is a national nonprofit organization that works to end teen dating violence. They work towards engaging, educating and empowering youth to build lives and communities free from domestic violence.

Los Angeles Office
5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 1150
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Ph: 310.286.3383
Fax: 310.286.3386
http://www.breakthecycle.org

info@breakthecycle.org

https://www.facebook.com/Breakthecycle

The Ness Counseling Center

Ness Counseling Center, Inc.

8512 Whitworth Dr.

Los Angeles, CA 90035

Service/Intake and Administration: 310-360-8512

Thenesscenter.org

 

Sexual offender counseling is an ongoing program for all types of offenders from pre-adolescents to adults. Shoplifter diversion is supported by the courts and can be mandated as part of probation.

The agency provides drug counseling in the Special Adolescent sex offender counseling program.

Staff facilitate court-ordered monitored visits and neutral exchanges between non-custodial parents and/or other family members and children. Visits take place on site, in a safe and controlled environment. A maximum of six months of services, two hours per week is provided by the S.A.F.E. program. Parents who do not qualify for this program may participate in the agency’s other parenting programs.

Prop 36/PC 1000 Drug/Alcohol Counseling

 

Parenting skills development is divided into specific classes for court ordered individuals, parents of adolescents, parents of children with disabilities and/or special needs, parents of elementary school-aged children, and parents of toddlers. Class materials and lesson plans focus on issues related to these target groups. Separate programs are provided for parents of infants and preschoolers through the expectant/new parents assistance program. The Roosevelt-Bilingual Community Adult School does not have parenting classes for court order individuals but does have general parenting skills development classes available.

 

Parent Education prepares parents to apply proven methods in assuring their children’s academic and personal development. Parents are provided with a variety of learning opportunities within a supportive educational environment that may include the children’s participation. Over 50 developmentally-structured, topic-focused Parent Education courses are offered.

Jenesse Center

Jenesse Center

https://jenesse.org

info@jenesse.org

For shelter and other assistance, call the
Jenesse Hotline | 1-800-479-7328
Available 24 Hours A Day | 7 Days A Week

Jenesse Center, Inc. is the oldest domestic violence intervention program in South Los Angeles. The Center was founded in 1980 by five African American women who were survivors of domestic violence. Our mission is to provide victims of domestic violence with a comprehensive, centralized base of support to assist them in addressing their immediate crisis and changing the patterns of their lives.

Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline

* Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
* Coordination of emergency transportation
* Initial intake
* Paraprofessional counseling

Case Management

* Assists clients in assessing their needs and goals
* Coordinates the receipt of all services and participation in programmatic classes
* Advocates for housing solutions and financial resources
* Facilitates “Client Domestic Violence Certification” program
* Assists client in developing a self-determined plan for self-sufficiency

Vocational Education Program

* Professional Education: computer skills, resume writing, career counseling, job search
* Financial Freedom Program: budgeting, banking, saving
* G.E.D., Community College and Online degree program enrollment

Mental Health Program

* Individual, group, peer and family counseling by registered MFT counselors and interns
* Domestic Violence Education classes
* Empowerment and Enrichment classes
* Anger Management classes
* Substance Abuse groups
* Sexual Assault groups

Legal Services

* Legal education including legal rights and safe environment training
* Procure restraining orders
* Emergency protective orders
* VAWA immigration
* Landlord tenant disputes
* Section 8 housing
* Civil law
* Family law
* Court accompaniment

Jenesse Legal Clinic

https://jenesse.org/contact/
For Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Located in the Inglewood Superior Courthouse
Don Stephenson: (310) 419-6788

Children and Adolescent’s Enrichment Program

* Parenting classes
* Children’s case management
* Individual and family counseling
* Tutoring and educational activities
* JMAC: After-school parent-child relationship building program
* Holiday programs and activities
* Camp Jenesse – Summer Enrichment Program

Health

* Assessments by registered nurse
* Health care referrals and follow-up services
* Health education classes: nutrition, fitness and healthy living, stress relief

Transportation

* Available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
* Collaboration with law enforcement to ensure safe transportation when necessary
* Client transportation available for: housing, medical and dental appointments; social service appointments; Jenesse programmatic classes
* Court appointments

Educational Programs

* 40-Hour Certified Domestic Violence Training
* Domestic Violence outreach to schools, businesses and the greater community
* “Stop the Hurting” Program for the education of employers about the impact of domestic violence on job performance
* “BeSo You!” youth program for teens and tweens

Human Service Association

Human Service Association

Current CalWORKS participants or persons eligible for CalWORKS, qualify for Human Service Association’s Domestic Violence Assistance program. Adults and their children can obtain counseling, parenting classes, and emergency assistance designed specifically for domestic violence victims.

http://www.hsala.org/services/program/domestic-violence-support-services

Main Office Bell Gardens

6800 Florence Ave.
Bell Gardens, CA 90201 Phone: (562) 806-5400
Fax: (562) 806-5394

Contact

  • Celia Marquez
  • Work: (562) 806-5400, ext. 179