Domestic Violence

JFS Hope’s services remain open and active during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are accepting new clients. Shelters remain open with enhanced health and safety measures put in place. All counseling and supportive services are being conducted through telehealth.

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.

What Is Domestic Violence?

Domestic Violence is a pattern of abusive behavior that occurs between intimate partners to gain power or control. It can take the form of physical, sexual, psychological, or economic abuse. It can happen to anyone anywhere no matter their race, religion, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, or economic status. 

Domestic Violence Has Many Forms

  • Being frightened by a partner’s temper
  • Being threatened
  • Being verbally abused, criticized, blamed or humiliated
  • Being forced to have sex
  • Feeling isolated, alone or afraid
  • Staying in an abusive relationship because they have nowhere to go
  • Being prevented from seeing friends or relatives

How We Help

JFS Hope’s highly trained, nurturing, and compassionate staff of licensed and pre-licensed clinicians provide the highest level of services, trauma-informed care, individual service plans, and more.

Who We Help

JFS Hope services are available to all, regardless of race, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, or age. We welcome everyone and work to overcome each survivor’s unique barriers to safety.

Need Help Now?

Call our 24-Hour crisis line:
(818) 505-0900
or
(323) 681-2626
Completely confidential
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