Community & Outside Resources

(909) 626-4357 (24/7/365 hotline)

Project Sister Family Services (PSFS)

A consortium community partner, PSFS provides services to survivors of sexual violence and their families. PSFS has a 24 hotline staffed by confidential and privileged advocates who provide crisis intervention and support. In addition to the hotline, PSFS’ services also include advocacy and accompaniment to local hospitals, law enforcement interviews, and legal proceedings. PSFS can explain and help support you after a sexual assault and provide you with all your options and rights. All services are provided in both English and Spanish.

(877) 988-5559 (24/7/365 hotline)
(909) 623-4364
Pomona Outreach Office

House of Ruth

Located in Pomona, House of Ruth provides advocacy and assistance to those affected by domestic violence. Many of House of Ruth’s services are available in both Spanish and English and are free of charge.

(800) 799-7233 (24/7/365 hotline)
(800) 787-3224 (TTY)

National Domestic Violence Hotline (NVDH)

The hotline provides help to survivors and anyone calling on their behalf through crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services. NDVH’s website contains a lot of information, including on signs of abuse, healthy relationships, navigating conflict, and safety planning.

(626) 967-0658 (24/7/365 hotline)

Women in Need Growing Strong (WINGS) YWCA—SGV Domestic Violence Services

A program of the San Gabriel Valley YWCA, WINGS operates the second largest domestic violence shelter in L.A. County.

(866) 331-9474
24/7/365 hotline
(866) 331-8453 (TTY)

Love is Respect

This resource is geared to teens and young adults. It connects callers to peer advocates trained to offer education, resource information, support, and advocacy to those involved in abusive dating relationships as well as concerned friends, siblings, and parents, among others. The website contains a lot of information on healthy relationships, spotting signs of abuse, safety planning, and how to help a friend, among other topics.

The Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center (SPARC)

If you think or know you’re being stalked, including in the context of an abusive relationship, you might find the facts sheets, definitions, and other resources at SPARC’s website helpful.