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Domestic Violence Services

Pathways for Victims of Domestic Violence is a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of California exclusively for charitable purposes. To define charitable under the Internal Revenue Service of the 501(c)3 tax exemption are as follows: The relief of the poor and distressed or of the underprivileged; or toward others showing the need for support or help. To lessen the burden of government; lessen neighborhood tension; eliminate prejudice and discrimination; defend human and civil rights secured by law; and combating community deterioration. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization ruled by the Internal Revenue Service since 2019. EIN: 84-2294573.


We engage in providing food, shelter, clothing, medical relief, resettlement, advocacy, counseling, disaster relief, and public safety. Some services below are not currently available at this time, a public announcement will be made as soon as it becomes available. We value your interest towards keeping your community safe, as we work on the organization's newly innovative programs with the future in mind, we seek your patience. Servicing the lives of individuals and families is our top priority, so we want to thank you for choosing us to lead the way.


Defining services below:

Temporary Shelter and Services

Battered women's shelters

Homeless shelters

Transitional shelters

Runaway youth shelters


Emergency Relief Shelters and Services

Disaster relief services

Emergency relief services


Child and Youth Services

Child protection services

Infants in crisis drop-off centers

Youth Community Centers

Youth self-help


Other Individual and Family Services

Community action service

Counseling service

Crisis intervention centers

Family social service

Hotline centers

Parenting support services

Rape crisis centers

Referral services for personal and social problems

Suicide crisis centers

Support group services

Telephone counseling services


Other Social Advocacy

Antipoverty advocacy

Community action advocacy

Neighborhood development advocacy

Social change advocacy

Social service advocacy


Police Protection

Public Safety

Policing, engage in criminal

 and civil law enforcement

police protection and public administration

Public order and safety programs, 

emergency planning and management,

 disaster preparedness, defense activity

Peace Officers, social advocacy


Pathways for Victims of Domestic Violence continues the fight to provide resources, innovative programs and services to victims. Many victims are without employment, food, clothing and shelter.  We provide essentials towards Well-Care to men, women and children. Pet care vouchers is now available to service animals supporting victims.

Child Abuse

Sexual Assault in the Military

Human Trafficking

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