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Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence is a nonprofit community-based organization dedicated to the philosophy that every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence.
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Our philosophy is that every Individual has the right to live free from the threat of violence
40 YEARS OF PROTECTING FAMILIES FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
The agency was founded in 1979 by Petra Medelez, a survivor, who out of her own home took crisis calls and housed victims and their children. Su Casa remains dedicated to Petra’s belief that every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence.
Our SERVICES & PROGRAMS provide long term help
Our primary purpose is to protect families from the immediate danger stemming from domestic violence and to break the inter-generational cycle of abuse. All of our programs are designed with this purpose in mind. We help victims learn how to have safe, healthy relationships and how to remain safe when they leave the shelter.
Building A community of peace with your support
Su Casa empowers individuals and families to live free from domestic abuse and builds partnerships with communities to end domestic violence. Volunteering or donating will help us meet the needs of the survivors who seek our service. With your support, Su Casa will always be there for those who need us.
Latest News & Events
We appreciate the wonderful folks at the Bath and Body Works in the Lakewood Center. The store and crew put together beautifully wrapped gift baskets of beauty supplies that will make a special Mother's Day for our residents. facebooktwitterinstagramHelp...
Su Casa would like to extend a big thank you to the Lakewood Rotary Club for really getting behind the Mother’s Day Gift Card Drive! Rotarian Valerie Frost shows off $700.00 worth of Target Gift Cards donated by the club that will definitely put lots of smiles on...
A BIG thanks goes out to Bellflower High Interact Club, Teachers, Counselors, and Staff for the very success hygiene item drive. The month-long drive collected, toothbrushes, shampoo, and plenty more to be provided to the families who reside in Su Casa’s shelters....
Alisa Macias, owner of @dnasalonconnect points to a stack of diapers donated by DNA Salon’s wonderful clients. Even being dramatically affected by the pandemic, the annual Diapers & Dreft Drive provided families at Su Casa with 96 loads of laundry, 1,070 diapers,...
The John Gogian Family Foundation has announced that they have awarded a $60,000 grant to Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence. The grant is being provided to Su Casa to fund general operating expenses. The Gogian Foundation has been a strong partner to non-profits...
It’s all thumbs up from Sergio from @marshalls as he brings by boxes and boxes of adult & kids face coverings and sanitizer for use in our shelters! If you stop by the Marshalls at 1801 Ximeno and you see Sergio, make sure to tell him Thanks! ...
Our Support To Those In Need
FISCAL YEAR 2019 - 2020
Bed Nights Utilized
children's counseling sessions
client's through Walk In Resource Center
client's receiving emergency food & clothing
client's receiving Criminal Justice & Social Service advocacy
Years of providing domestic violence services to the community
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