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Angel Step Inn Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter, Downey, California

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Address: Angel Step Inn Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter
Downey, California  90241  
United States
Fax: (323) 255-0012
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 10
Number of People Being Served: 100
EIN: 23-7228780
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Mission Statement


To prevent and reduce the co-existing domestic violence and substance addiction in Los Angeles County.

Description


The Angel Step Inn Domestic Violence Shelter is a program of Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. The shelter provides safety for victims of domestic violence with a history of using alcohol and other drugs. Victims of domestic violence can enter our shelter with or without children to find safety from intimate partner violence. Our domestic violence services include shelter, a 24-hour hotline with crisis counseling, safety planning, and referral to community services in Los Angeles County. Our 45-day emergency crisis shelter provides group education (for both domestic violence and substance addiction), court accompaniment, assistance with filing restraining orders, and lots of individual support to the residents residing at the shelter. We also assist our domestic violence survivors with transitioning to treatment or long-term shelter programs after 45 days.

The Angel Step Inn Domestic Violence Shelter is a program of Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. The shelter provides safety for victims of domestic violence with a history of using alcohol and other drugs. Victims of domestic violence can enter our shelter with or without children to find safety from intimate partner violence. Our domestic violence services include shelter, a 24-hour hotline with crisis counseling, safety planning, and referral to community services in Los Angeles County. Our 45-day emergency crisis shelter provides group education (for both domestic violence and substance addiction), court accompaniment, assistance with filing restraining orders, and lots of individual support to the residents residing at the shelter. We also assist our domestic violence survivors with transitioning to treatment or long-term shelter programs after 45 days.

Mission Statement: To prevent and reduce the co-existing domestic violence and substance addiction in Los Angeles County.

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Program Type:


Other Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes