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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
OVER 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
To mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month, our friends at Modern Pinup have made a special donation to the kids who call Su Casa home. Staff members Jenny Herrera and Ambur Walker show off some of the backpacks that our kids will love! To find out more about Modern...
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. That is one person every 3 seconds. Take one minute today to think about how the prevalence of Domestic Violence...
Mila Alfaro, 4 years old, was given a summer "bucket list" by her teacher to complete before school started in the fall. One of the items on the list was to have a Lemonade Stand. Mila and her mother, Eliana, quickly went to work and reviewed a number of charities to...
Janeen Holmes, My Stuff Bags CEO and Su Casa’s Lilly Lopez load up 240 My Stuff Bags. Each bag is filled with a stuffed animal, toys, games, and other items designed to put a smile on a child’s face. So many times when families come to Su Casa, they bring only the...
Our thanks to GOLDSHEEP clothing for their recent donation to our shelters. The donation included T Shirts, Leggings for women and girls, and masks with fun designs. Shown (L-R) Lilly Lopez, Su Casa, Courtney Cobutt, GOLDSHEEP, Taylor Tate, GOLDSHEEP, and Jenny...
Mercedes Quintanilla (right), Executive Director of the Door of Hope, presents Su Casa Director of Programs, Lilly Lopez, with a portion of the donation of cleaning products and detergent from ECOS. The donation included two palates of products which included natural,...
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
I want women to know that they deserve a life of respect, dignity and freedom – that it’s never too late to speak up. Every individual has the right to live free from violence or the threat of violence.
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