Due to safety and confidentiality of shelter locations, it is best to call the National Domestic Shelter Hotline at 1(800)799-SAFE (7233). HCIDLA cannot refer clients to any shelter or agency.
Yes. Although underreported, men are also victims of domestic violence AND can receive services and shelter. You may refer the victim or call the National Domestic Shelter Hotline at 1(800)799-SAFE (7233) for an assessment and referral to an agency.
No. There are many resources available to domestic violence victims regardless of their immigration status. The National Domestic Violence Hotline itself has advocates available to help in more than 200 languages.
For your and the victim’s safety, DO NOT attempt to remove the victim from the situation. Instead, call the Coalition to Abolish Trafficking And Slavery’s (CAST) Hotline (888) KEY-2-FREE (888-539-2373) to report a tip.
Call 2-1-1 for information about the nearest Coordinated Entry System service provider to screen you for housing or visit: https://www.lahsa.org/get-help
If you observe a medical emergency or you are reporting a crime, call 9-1-1. For all other issues, please request LAHSA’s outreach workers: https://www.lahsa.org/portal/apps/la-hop/request