RESOURCES FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) was founded to help address domestic violence and sexual assault in the Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
- 24-Hour Multi-Lingual Hotline: (800) 339-3940
- Website: http://www.nurturingchange.org/
- Community Center Address (Co-located with Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles): 1102 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90019
SOJOURN provides battered women and their children a safe space to regroup, rebuild, and reestablish their self-esteem and lives. SOJOURN honors diversity, serving without discrimination clients of any class, culture, race, ethnicity, age, faith, sexual orientation, physical and mental ability or immigration status, including those who are traditionally underserved. SOJOURN fosters solidarity among women and children, educates the community and society, and is committed to effecting political and social change through grassroots activism and a philosophy of individual empowerment.
- 24 Hour Hotline: (310) 264-6644
- Website: http://www.opcc.net/tabid/218/Default.aspx
- Administrative and Outreach Office Address: Rainbow Services 453 West 7th Street, San Pedro, CA 90731
Asian Pacific Women’s Center
Asian Pacific Women’s Center (APWC) is dedicated to providing a safe haven and support services for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence. Their mission is to provide an environment that is sensitive to the cultural and language needs of Asian and Pacific Islander domestic violence survivors and their families, as they acquire the necessary skills and personal strength for self-sufficiency and violence-free lives.
- Website: http://www.apwcla.org
- Address: 1145 Wilshire Blvd. 1st Floor, Suite 102, Los Angeles, CA 90017
- Phone: (213) 250-2977
- Fax: (213) 250-2949
- Email: E-Mail@apwcla.org
Rainbow Services seeks to end the cycle of family violence. Rainbow Services, along with other domestic violence agencies, is part of a network that aims to keep families safe. They state, “we do our best to provide support and assistance for women and children dealing with family violence.”
RESOURCES FOR MENTAL HEALTH
Pacific Asian Counseling Services
Their mission is to enrich the lives of children and families through counseling and caring. They provide culturally sensitive and language specific services with expertise in the immigrant Asian Pacific Islander populations.
- Main Office (Westchester/LAX)Address: 8616 La Tijera Blvd., Ste. 200, Los Angeles, CA 90045
- Phone: (310) 337-1550
- Email: email@example.com
Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Centers
The mission of Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Centers (APCTC) is to meet the continuously growing mental health needs of the diverse Asian Pacific community through the development and efficient management of culturally and linguistically appropriate mental health services.
- Website: http://www.apctc.org/contact.htm
- APCTC Main Center address: 520 S. Lafayette Pk. Pl. #30, Los Angeles, CA 90057
- Phone: (213) 252-2100
RESOURCES FOR MIGRANT WORKERS
Filipino Migrant Center aims to educate, organize and mobilize the low-income and working-class families of the Filipino community in Southern California and address the issues and concerns that migrants face in our daily lives.
In carrying out their mission, they will cultivate and advance a dynamic culture that values justice and human dignity. They reaffirm our connections to our families and loved ones still living in the Philippines to proactively support their efforts to uplift themselves. They will foster partnerships with individuals, organizations and communities that share our common interests.
- Hotline: (310) 421-8FMC / 8362
- Phone: (562) 438-9515
- Website: filipinomigrantcenter.org
- Address: 2325 3rd St, Long Beach CA 90814
RESOURCES FOR SLAVERY AND TRAFFICKING
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST)
The mission of the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST) is to assist persons trafficked for the purpose of forced labor and slavery-like practices and to work toward ending all instances of such human rights violations. Their activities are interconnected by a client-centered approach that seeks to empower survivors of trafficking to fully realize their individual potential while advancing the human rights of all trafficked survivors.
- 24-hour hotline to speak to an advocate: 1(888)-KEY-2-FREEDOM or 1(888)-539-2373
- Website: http://www.castla.org/
- Address: 5042 Wilshire Blvd., #586, Los Angeles CA 90036
- Phone: 213-365-1906
- Fax: 213-365-5257
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
RESOURCES FOR TORTURE VICTIMS
Program for Torture Victims rebuilds the lives of torture survivors from over 65 countries who have stood up for freedom, democracy, and human dignity. The first organization of its kind in the country, PTV has helped heal the wounds of thousands of survivors through comprehensive services, empowering them to reenter society, reclaim their identities, and work toward a world without torture.