Shelter Contact List:

Haven Hills –Los Angeles, CA
Haven Hills provides safety and support to victims of domestic violence while working to break the cycle of abuse. We offer shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy, and activities supporting increased economic opportunity to victims primarily in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. We endeavor to increase community awareness about domestic violence issues and bringing about societal change through education and public policy advocacy.

Over the past 36 years, Haven Hills has assisted over 600,000 people, helping them rebuild their lives and free themselves from the horrors of domestic violence.

Haven Hills, Inc.
P.O. Box 260
Canoga Park, CA 91305
Phone: 818-887-7481
Fax: 818-887-4796

Crisis Line: 818-887-6589

The Haven Hills Crisis Line operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is always staffed by counselors who have completed 40-hour state-mandated domestic violence training.

Safe Horizon – New York City, NY
Safe Horizon is the largest victims’ services agency in the United States, touching lives of more than 250,000 children, adults, and families affected by crime and abuse throughout New York City each year. We offer assistance to victims through 57 program locations, including shelter, in-person counseling, legal services, and more.

Safe Horizon
2 Lafayette St, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10007
Phone: 212-577-7700
Fax: 212-577-3897

Safe Horizon’s Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-621-HOPE (4673)
Safe Horizon’s Crime Victims Hotline: 866-689-HELP (4357)
Safe Horizon’s Rape, Sexual Assault, and Incest Hotline: 212-227-3000
TDD phone number for all hotlines: 866-604-5350

You can call Safe Horizon’s hotlines 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The calls are free, and counselors are able to help you no matter what language you speak. Counselors provide assistance with finding shelter, referrals to Safe Horizon programs or other organizations, advocacy with the police, and other crucial services.

Women’s Resource Center- Norman, OK
Since 1980, the WRC Domestic Violence Shelter has provided safe, temporary housing for women and their children who have been victimized by domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking. Residents receive individual and group support, DV education, advocacy, information and referral on housing, job training, legal aid and financial assistance. They also benefit from the understanding and support of the staff and other residents.

Women’s Resource Center
P.O. Box 5089
Norman, OK 73070
Phone: 405-364-9424
Fax: 405-364-4888

Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5540
Sexual Violence Crisis Line: 405-701-5660

Callers receive confidential crisis intervention, referrals, and information about sexual violence, at any hour of the day or night, 365 days a year.

YWCA- Oklahoma City, OK
The YWCA provides the only shelter for battered women and children in Oklahoma County. Ours is an emergency shelter, providing help in obtaining legal services, transportation, housing information, medical care, child care and advocacy services for up to two months. Clients attend domestic violence education and support groups during their stay. Our Child Advocates offer education and support to help children avoid further victimization, verbalize feelings, learn appropriate ways to express emotions and understand what is occurring in their families.

Our shelter is a safe place for women and children to escape domestic violence. Open 24-hours/7days a week, the shelter provides immediate, emergency shelter and supplemental services to more than 350 women and children every year.

YWCA Oklahoma City
2460 NW 39th St
Oklahoma City, OK 73112
Phone: 405-948-1770
Fax: 405-943-7177

24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline: 405-917-9922
24-hour Sexual Assault Hotline: 405-943-7273

Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. – Tulsa, OK
Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. (DVIS)/Call Rape, a Tulsa Area United Way agency, is the only nonprofit agency in Tulsa, Okla., and the surrounding communities to provide comprehensive intervention and prevention services to men, women and, children affected by domestic and sexual violence. The DVIS/Call Rape mission is to rebuild lives affected by domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy, shelter, counseling, and education.

4300 S. Harvard Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74135
24-hour Information and Crisis Line: 918-HELP-ME (918-743-5763)

Safe Place – Austin, TX
Hospital Advocacy – support for survivors of rape and their loved ones during forensic and physical medical examinations at St. David’s Hospital.
Kelly White Family Shelter – emergency shelter for anyone escaping domestic violence.
Legal Advocacy & Accompaniment – supports survivors at court, particularly with obtaining protective orders and referrals to legal assistance.
Children’s Services – care and education for the children living in shelter and supportive housing.
PlanetSafe – Safe visitation and exchange services for parents leaving abusive relationships, in collaboration with Travis County.
Counseling – individual, group and family counseling for survivors of rape, sexual abuse or domestic violence.
Supportive Housing – housing with case management for families and women leaving shelter.
Case Management –  short-term emergency financial assistance.
Disability Services ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program) – education and counseling for people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals working in the sexual assault, domestic violence, disability and criminal justice fields.
Expect Respect – counseling and educational programs for youth & adults on the prevention of dating violence, sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence and bullying.
Community Education – presentations and training on the issues of sexual harassment, sexual assault or abuse, domestic violence and other related topics.

P.O. Box 19454
Austin, TX 78760
Phone: 512-267-7233
Fax: 512-385-0662

24-hour Hotline – 512.267.SAFE or relay/VRS for the Deaf community connects you to crisis support and information.

Salvation Army Center for Women & Children – Austin, TX
Austin Shelter for Women and Children (ASWC) is an emergency shelter program for homeless women and their children which is funded by the City of Austin and operated by The Salvation Army. The shelter has a capacity of 60 beds (54 women with children and six single women).

Applicants are accepted on a first call first serve basis, and the center maintains a call-back list. The ASWC strives to provide wrap-around services (case management, child/family therapy, employment assistance, life skills training and child care) in an effort to help clients move from crisis to stability.

Salvation Army Center for Women & Children
4523 Tannehill Lane
Austin, TX 78721
Phone: 512-933-0600

The Laura Cowan Foundation – Cleveland, OH
LCF helps domestic violence victims by uplifting, supporting & connecting with resources, tools and opportunities to make it through life after abuse.

Forbes House – Cleveland, OH
As Lake County’s only Domestic Violence Shelter, Forbes House opened for battered women and their children in 1980. Grants from the Lake County Mental Health Board, Western Reserve Junior Service League, and the Forbes Foundation paid for the renovations of the home.

In 1989, with the assistance of the Lake County Commissioners, Forbes House received HUD funds for the purchase and renovation of its current building. On April 16, 1990 Forbes House moved to the new shelter. As a result, we were able to increase our capacity from 17 residents to 30 residents.

Forbes House
P.O. Box 702
Painesville, Ohio 44077
Phone: 440-357-1018
Fax: 440-392-0012

24 Hour Help Line: 440-357-1018

Women’s Haven of Tarrant County – Fort Worth, TX
Established through the 2006 merger of The Women’s Shelter and Women’s Haven, Safe Haven’s shelters have served domestic violence victims in Fort Worth, Arlington and the surrounding areas for almost four decades. As the oldest and largest Tarrant County organization providing free services and programs to domestic violence victims, Safe Haven helps women rebuild their lives and move from fear to freedom. With two 24 hour emergency shelters, counseling, legal services, children’s programs and more, Safe Haven provides the only shelters in Tarrant County specifically for victims of domestic violence. But more than that, through our outreach, education, support and prevention efforts, we are making progress to end domestic violence.
In 2012, Safe Haven answered 47,768 hotline calls; sheltered 1,088 abused women and 1,355 children providing 159,798 meals; 106,532 snacks; housed 102 clients through Safe Living, and educated over 39,800 students and community members on domestic violence and shelter services.
Safe Haven of Tarrant County
9701 West Bedford Euless Rd. Suite 600
Hurst, Texas 76053
Phone: 817-535-6462

24-hour Hotline: 1-877-701-SAFE (7233

Women Called Moses – Fort Worth, TX
Women Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. We seek to prevent and end the cycle of violence against women. We accomplish this through education and advocacy services provided to individuals, families, and community agencies throughout the United States of America.

We address the despair of hopelessness and fear that victims experience of all ages and backgrounds face who are in crisis situations.  It is through our agency that victims find their voice that will help them to determine their future.

Women Called Moses
P.O. Box 381923
Duncanville, TX 75138
Phone: 972-298-1155

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE)
TTY 1-800-787-3224