Domestic Violence

    • Human Options is seeking bids to select a subcontractor for the distribution of temporary financial assistance in support of housing stability. Human Options is the lead recipient of a grant funded by California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) intended to provide the best practice model of Domestic Violence Housing First (DVHF) for survivors of domestic violence in Orange County.


      Bidders are directed to submit questions, deliver bids, and submit all other formal correspondence regarding this procurement to:
      Judy Rose
      Human Options
      5540 Trabuco Rd., Ste. 100
      Irvine, CA 92620
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      Tel: (949) 737-5242

      Bid Deadline and Submission Options
      One original and three copies of the proposal must be received by Human Options no later than 4:00 pm, Friday, April 5, 2019.

      Click here to visit the Human Options website.

    • "A public awareness campaign will roll out over the next two years and include free trainings for health care providers on how to discuss domestic violence with patients, advertising aboard buses and at bus shelters, and a centralized clearinghouse of resources and information...."

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      Click here to read the entire article

    • As part of Santiago Canyon Community College's Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention week of activities during the month of April, will be the fourth annual Clothesline Community Fair. Join the nationwide initiative to bring awareness to the issue of violence against women. Every year, the college participates in the Clothesline Project; a nationwide initiative to bring awareness to the issue of violence. Across the country, thousands will decorate a T-shirt to show their support or share a story to encourage survivors and educate the community.  

      April 22nd & 23rd each day from 11AM-2PM.

      Date: Monday April 22nd & Tuesday April 23rd
      Location: Santiago Canyon College, 8045 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, CA 92869.
      Time of event: 11AM-2PM

      Download the flyer HERE, and download a map of Santiago Canyon College HERE.

    • During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, it’s important to reflect on how housing and shelter service providers can best promote safety for their clients. It’s clear that shelter ALONE is not enough: housing is critical.

      Domestic violence emergency shelter programs provide life-saving services: a confidential location where survivors can be safe from harm. And a place where they can heal until they’re able to safely return to their own home or secure new housing.

      The affordable housing crisis interferes with this model.

      Some survivors do not require (or desire) the safety and support shelter programs offer, but they lack the economic resources to avoid a shelter stay. Without the income of their abusive partner, a survivor may not be able to afford to pay the rent on their own. The cost of making their housing secure... To continue reading this aricle, please click HERE to visit the National Alliance to End Homelessness website.

    • This video was made as part of the Domestic Violence & Health Collective Orange County

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