You have a right to be safe, and feel supported and loved. Does your safety feel threatened emotionally, physically, or sexually? Support is available!
|Domestic/Intimate Partner Violence:
STAND! for Families
Free of Violence
888.215.5555 (Español available)
Community Violence Solutions
(accessible from 925, 510, 415,
408, 707 and 650 area codes)
|Suicide and Crisis Intervention:
Contra Costa Crisis Center
800.273.8255 (en Español)
Looking to make a free call for help and other resources?
Dial 211 from any pay phone (and most other phones) in Contra Costa County to reach the Contra Costa Crisis Center
Services for LGBTQ Survivors of Violence
The Rainbow Community Center provides limited services for LGBTQ survivors of violence. Please help up document and track violence in our county by reporting violence experienced using the form below.
What is a Hate Crime?
There is a federal hate crimes statute that makes it a crime, under certain circumstances, for a person to cause bodily injury (or attempt to cause bodily injury through use of a fire, firearm, dangerous weapon, or explosive/incendiary device) because of a victim’s actual or perceived sexual orientation/gender identity.
Help is Available!
Please report any emergency situations to law enforcement and/or medical professionals by calling 911.
Immediate crisis counseling may be available through one of the 24-Hour Confidential Crisis Lines listed above.