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If you are experiencing domestic violence, you may be scared and overwhelmed.   You may not believe that you have any choice but to stay and endure the abuse. You may be blaming yourself for somehow causing the abuse.   If you have children, you may be worried about their safety and emotional well-being on top of everything else you have to deal with.

You don't have to go through this alone. There are people who can help you. Some domestic violence victims are lucky to have family or friends, co-workers, or their church/faith community to turn to for support. Other individuals are not.   Anyone can turn to La Casa for help, anytime. We have a 24 hour crisis line. If you need to just talk, get some information about domestic violence and what your options are, or if you want to come into the shelter, please call us.   You can also call anonymously.

Here are some of the services that you can receive from La Casa:

  • Crisis counseling and support
  • Shelter
  • Counseling
  • Legal assistance
  • Assistance accessing community resources

 La Casa Domestic Violence Resources

Download the La Casa Crisis Information Packet [PDF, 1.7 MB]

Other Domestic Violence Links


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