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Center for Domestic Peace

Cause Area

  • Community
  • Homeless & Housing
  • Veterans & Military Families

Location

734 A StreetSAN RAFAEL, CA 94901 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

What We Do: Center for Domestic Peace mobilizes individuals and communities to transform our world so domestic violence no longer exists, creating greater safety, justice and equality. Who We Are: Center for Domestic Peace provides intervention services that enhance the immediate and long-term safety of victims of domestic violence and engages diverse communities in domestic violence prevention. To that end, we offer a comprehensive range of support services including emergency shelter, short- and long-term transitional housing, advocacy, legal referrals, and programs that offer individuals concrete ways to end their violence. Our Volunteers provide domestic violence counseling on our hotlines; facilitate support groups; help with our speaker's bureau or help with our events and fundraisers. Some volunteer opportunities, such as being a hotline advocate or support group facilitator, require a training course and certification. Other opportunities, such as fundraising and events, do not.

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What We Do: Center for Domestic Peace mobilizes individuals and communities to transform our world so domestic violence no longer exists, creating greater safety, justice and equality. Who We Are: Center for Domestic Peace provides intervention services that enhance the immediate and long-term safety of victims of domestic violence and engages diverse communities in domestic violence prevention. To that end, we offer a comprehensive range of support services including emergency shelter, short- and long-term transitional housing, advocacy, legal referrals, and programs that offer individuals concrete ways to end their violence. Our Volunteers provide domestic violence counseling on our hotlines; facilitate support groups; help with our speaker's bureau or help with our events and fundraisers. Some volunteer opportunities, such as being a hotline advocate or support group facilitator, require a training course and certification. Other opportunities, such as fundraising and events, do not.

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