The Coalition For Family Harmony | Building Stronger Families
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OUR MISSION

To provide direct services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault; to educate the community regarding violence against women, children, and men; to prevent the cycle of violence.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EMERGENCY SAFE HOUSE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EMERGENCY SAFE HOUSE

Our 30-day program is geared to your safe exit of the relationship and recovering from the affects the abuse has caused on your life.

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RAPE CRISIS CENTER

RAPE CRISIS CENTER

As the only rape crisis center in Ventura County, we provide intervention, emergency response, advocacy, and accompaniment to victims of sexual assault.

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BATTERER'S INTERVENTION PROGRAM

BATTERER'S INTERVENTION PROGRAM

Helps participants modify behavior patterns and break the cycle of violence by learning new skills around power and control, accountability, and communication.

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JUVENILE PROBATION PROGRAM

JUVENILE PROBATION PROGRAM

The ROPP and JSS programs were created for juveniles on probation and designed to prevent recurring criminal and adverse behaviors by adolescents.

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TEEN DATING VIOLENCE

TEEN DATING VIOLENCE

To help teens deal with unhealthy, abusive, or violent relationships that can have severe consequences and short and long-term negative effects on a developing teen.

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COUNSELING & SUPPORT GROUPS

COUNSELING & SUPPORT GROUPS

Comprehensive individual, family, and group counseling services to survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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FAMILY HARMONY

FAMILY HARMONY

The Family Harmony Program is composed of a 12-week curriculum that is applicable to virtually every parenting situation involving children of all ages.

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MFT TRAINING & INTERNSHIPS

MFT TRAINING & INTERNSHIPS

The Coalition provides excellent opportunities for MFT training and internships through our extensive training programs.

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EDUCATION & OUTREACH

EDUCATION & OUTREACH

Training sessions provide a wide selection of continuing education units to healthcare and social service providers.

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WARNING SIGNS & RED FLAGS

Domestic Violence is a pattern of behavior used to establish power and control over another person through fear and intimidation, often including the threat or use of violence.

What is Domestic Violence?

It’s not always easy to tell at the beginning of a relationship if it will become abusive. Domestic violence can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion or gender.

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How Can I Make a Safety Plan?

A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship or after you leave. Safety planning can help you cope with emotions and gives you the tools to tell friends and family about the abuse.

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Are You Experiencing Abuse?

Abusive behavior is a pattern of behaviors used by a person to establish power and control over another. Physical, psychological, emotional, financial, and verbal abuse should all be taken very seriously.

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How Can I Help a Friend?

Is someone you know in an unhealthy relationship? There are ways to help. It’s important for you to support them no matter what they decide to do, and help them find a way to safety and peace.

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THERE IS HOPE

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SIGNS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Domestic violence takes on many forms including: physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, economic abuse, and/or sexual abuse. These signs can help identify abusive relationships.

  • Physical Abuse: Slapping, kicking, hitting, shoving, or other physical force.
  • Sexual Abuse: Rape, sexual assault, forced prostitution, or interfering with birth control.
  • Economic Abuse: Controlling the victim’s money, withholding money for basic needs, interfering with school or job, or damaging the victim’s credit.
  • Emotional Abuse: Shouting, name-calling, humiliation, constant criticism, or harming the victim’s relationship with children.
  • Psychological Abuse: Threats to harm the victims’ family, friends, children, co-workers, or pets, isolation, mind games, destruction of victims’ property, or stalking.

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NEWS & EVENTS

Find out about the latest news & upcoming events to benefit the children, adults, and families we serve.

 

Our Vision

Empower victims of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault to move from crisis to confidence.

OUR HISTORY

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WAYS TO GIVE

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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FEATURED SPONSORS

Here are some of our Corporate Sponsors who make a big difference in our families lives. Thank you for all you do!

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