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Domestic Violence SHELTERS Hotlines in Sacramento

December 15th, 2014
Victor Stark OneFathersLove

 Programs for women, men and family victims of domestic violence. This list is not gender biased. If society purports gender biased information that only women are the victims, then we are doing what the abuser is doing by making women to be lesser of an individual. You are encouraged to read Dance with Danger. Also, read what Sandra Orozco-Stapleton (founder of WEAVE) and Erin Pizzy have said and advocated for 'all victims of domestic violence'. Victims of abuse would greatly benefit if organizations, websites and state-of-minds would remove language such as "women of abuse" and include men, women and children of abuse.

 Have you ever noticed in movies 
and other media that when a man 
slaps a women it is considered 
abuse, however, in the same media 
platforms when a women slaps a 
man accross the face it is socially 
acceptable. This domonstrates that 
some domestic violence programs have 
a long way to evolve because abuse 
is abuse no matter what age or gender 
is receiving the violence.
Dance with Danger:
A story of domestic abuse
and survival

(From Sacramento, CA.) Single
mother and Counselor Keisha
Allen shares with us in this memoir very
intimate details of how the verbally abusive
relationship can control the mind and every
aspect of one's life. Dance with Danger a
story of domestic abuse and survival is a
love story with a tainted twist.
Sin by Silence
From behind prison walls, Sin by Silence
reveals the lives of extraordinary women
who advocate for a future free from
Domestic Violence.
Sandra Orozco-Stapleton Foundation
Sandra founded Women Escaping A
Violent Environment (WEAVE) in 1976.
"domestic violence is not always a simple
matter of an abuser using power to control
a passive victim. By self-report, many of the
women seeking shelter were active participants
in mutual abuse
." Read more>>
Erin Pizzey founded Chiswick Women’s Aid,
the first refuge for battered wives."we should
not be arguing about men hitting women or
women hitting men but that we need to
recognize that domestic violence is not and
never has been a gender issue
– girls and
boys exposed to violence in early childhood
often grow up to repeat what they have learned
."
Read more>>

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Ph. 1-800-799-7233(SAFE)

P.o. Box 1798, Sacramento, CA 95812
Toll Free: 1 (800) 524-4765, Local: (916) 444-7163
The CPEDV may be able to refer you to a DV shelter that is not listed in public information.

Ph. 1-888-7HELPLINE (1-888-743-5754)
"Extensive research has shown that men are at risk for sustaining partner violence in their relationships, yet few studies have investigated their experiences, and there are few resources available to such men."

3053 Freeport Boulevard, NO. 120, Sacramento, CA 95818 map
Hotline (916) 428-3271 24hrs
Office line: (916) 930-0626 Mon. -  Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Multilingual help line for English and Non-English speaking Men and Women.

Emergency shelter and referrals for Men and Women victims of DV.

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (W. E. A. V. E.)

Domestic violence shelter and support services for Men, Women and children.
1900 K Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
Business Ph. (916) 448-2321 Support Line: (916) 920-2952
Toll Free: 866-920-2952, T.D.D. (916) 443-3715
*Sandra Orozco - Stapleton (founder of WEAVE) Foundation "Sandra’s original Gender-Inclusive vision was to provide compassionate treatment for the entire family in cases of mutual abuse. What she knew from the heart in 1976 has been verified by three decades of studies – most domestic violence is not a simple matter of a “Villain and a Victim” More>>

Peace for Families
408 Folsom Road, Roseville, CA 95678
Ph. (916) 773-7273
Support for Men, Women and Children victims of domestic violence. Generally, serves only the Placer county area. For families and their children who are victims of domestic violence or sexual assault. Can provide referrals to help abusers to stop abusing.

A Community For Peace
6060 Sunrise Vista Drive, Suite 2340Citrus Heights, CA 95610
Ph. (916) 728-5613- Office Ph. (916) 728-7210 Crisis Line
Emergency Shelter for women and their children victims of domestic violence. Includes counseling, advocacy, resources and referrals.

Below is the familiar Power and Control wheel. You will immediately notice it is intentionally 100% gender biased. Obviously, anything bias is discounted. Particularly for the Power and Control wheel, section "Using Male Privilege", which is the male biased against the female role, therefore; the wheel is defining the male and female role the same as the abuser.
The wheel was invented and intentionally made gender biased by Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs and based on statistics from 10 years past, in the small state of Rode Island. "Supplementary Homicide Reports of the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2005, 1181 females and 329 males were killed by their intimate partners. Adams, D. (1999). Serial Batterers. Boston, MA: office of the Commissioner of Probation. Klein, A., Wilson, D., Crowe, A., & DeMichele, M. (2005). An Evaluation of Rhode Island’s Specialized Supervision of Domestic Violence Probationers. Waltham, MA: BOTEC. Analysis Corporation & American Probation and Parole Association. Final Report on Grant 2002-WG-BX-001". According to the wheel's own source, the abuse is actually 3 to 1.
 The problem with abuse of any gender or age is that it often goes unreported. How many men that were slapped by women called 911 and pressed charges? Very few if any! Therefore, to think that abuse is not occurring to women, children and men because it is unreported, is plain stupid.
Another thing about the biased wheel is it implies women are powerless! I Victor Stark totally disagree!
The bottom line for gender bias is simple, no one is going to donate money to an organization that helps a man with a black eye. 
To read for yourself why the wheel is intentionally gender biased and the dates of statistics, read from the organization here in a new window>>



The Effort's Professional Mental Health Counseling
8233 East Stockton Boulevard, Suite D, Sacramento, CA 95828
Ph. (916) 368-3080
Professional short-term counseling in specialized problem areas including domestic violence. Accepts medi-cal, credit cards, EAP and you may telephone for other billing options. More>> 

InterTribal Council of California
2755 Cottage Way, Suite 14, Sacramento, CA 95825
Ph. (916) 973-9581 Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Self referral can be made. Provides help and referrals for Men, Women and Children victims of domestic violence.
"The ITCC Family Violence Prevention & Services Program provides emergency food, clothing, shelter and transportation services to victims of family violence."

Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Center of Yolo County
933 Court Street - Woodland, CA 95695
Ph. Business: (530) 661-6336 Crisis Lines: 530-662-1133 or 916-371-1907(Se Habla Espanol)
This organization does not provide shelter or bed space for male victims of DV.

Government Assistance and Agencies Serving Victims of Domestic Violence

Sacramento Police Department
5770 Freeport Boulevard, Suite 100, Sacramento, CA 95822
Emergency - 911 Emergency (cell#) (916) 732-0100, Non Emergency (916) 264-5471
This is the place to call if you are within the "city limits" and need domestic violence help right away.

California District Attorneys Association
921 11th Street, Suite 300, Sacramento, CA 95814
Ph. (916) 443-2017

SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, County of Sacramento
Domestic Violence Restraining Order FORMS/Class - DV Information and forms for Self-Help. "The Sacramento Superior Court offers a free class on form preparation, Monday and Friday, excluding court holidays, at 8:45 a.m.(No late admittance). A Spanish Interpreter is available at the class. This class is for both men and women and is held in the Self Help Computer Room, Room 113A, on the first floor of the William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse , 3341 Power Inn Road." More>>

California Department of Justice 
Attn: Public Inquiry Unit P.O. Box 944255, Sacramento, CA 94244-2550
Ph. (916) 322-3360 or Toll free: 1-800-952-5225 
"Facts - Domestic Violence: Other California Department of Justice Programs".

California Victim Compensation & Government Claims Board 
P. O. Box 3036, Sacramento, CA 95812-3036 
Ph. 1-800-777-9229 916-874-5701 For DV: (916) 6171
Assists victims of: Domestic violence - Child abuse - Assault - Sexual assault - Molestation - Homicide - Robbery - Drunk driving - Vehicular manslaughter.

National Organization for Victim Assistance 
Ph. 1-800-879-6682 24/7

Victim Information and Notification Everyday 
(V.I.N.E.) VINE Service Number for Sacramento County: 1-800-491-3064

Face to Face Program
Ph. 1-800-842-4546

Give Back a Smile 
Ph. 1-800-773-4227
Restores smiles of survivors of intamint partners violence. Go to: www.aacd.com and place curser on "GIVE BACK A SMILE". On the drop down menu, click "About" to locate Domestic Violence eligibility information and application.

§ Men's Groups in the Prevention of Domestic Violence 

Domestic Violence Classes in Folsom for Men 
1000 Duchow way Folsom, CA 95630
Ph. Cell: 707-291-9403 M.E.N. (men evolving nonviolently)
Classes will held on Wednesday night from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Folsom Masonic Center. Men of all ages are welcome. There is a 12 week minimum commitment. Sliding scale fee.

Menstuff.org
Domestic Violence - Another Perspective. Compiled information, books and resources on the issue of domestic violence. Includes statistics, research and Women as Batters information.

Menweb www.batteredmen.com
Battered Men - The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence - Help for Battered Men - National and International Resources. Provides a resource listing for battered men's shelters and also provides local listings as well".

California Men’s Center
932 C Street, Suite B, San Diego, CA 92101
Ph. (619) 231-1909
Offers information, referral services, mediation preparation, individual coaching, support groups, DNA paternity testing, outreach, education, and advocacy. NOTE: Pro-women ideologies control most major funding sources. For example, California prohibits the use of state funds to provide domestic violence services specifically for men and boys over the age of 12 who are victims of domestic violence. We help men, their families, and the women that love them.

Men Stopping Violence
2785 Lawrenceville Hwy., Suite 112, Decatur, GA 30033
Ph. (404) 270-9894 Toll free: 1-866-717-9317 "Men Stopping Violence is a social change organization dedicated to ending men's violence against women." Even though this organization is located in GA., it does provide a lot of efforts and resources in preventing domestic violence throughout the United States.

Article: A Hidden Crime: Domestic Violence Against Men Is a Growing Problem

§ Additional Domestic Violence Resources 

domesticviolence.org
The website offers statics and information about Common Myths - What is Abuse - Violence Wheel - Cycle of Violence - Safety Plan and much more.

The Greenbook Initiative
 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges - Family Violence Department P.O. Box 8970, Reno, NV 89507 Ph. 1-800-52-PEACE This program is designed to work with the professionals who are assisting victims of domestic violence.