We proudly support domestic violence cause partners and multiple non-profit organizations throughout the Silicon Valley. Our goal is to bring businesses, non-profits and other community organizations together to further our mission of helping women in our community stay safe.
If you are a non-profit or know of one that is doing great work in the areas of domestic violence or women’s empowerment please drop us a line. We are always looking for innovative people and programs to support.
|AACI Asian Women’s Home
2400 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 300, San Jose, CA 95128
24-Hour Hotline (408) 975-2739
The AACI Asian Women’s Home, the domestic violence program of Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI), was created in 1986 to address the unmet needs of abused Asian women and children, the primary victims of domestic violence. Eight years later, the AACI Asian Women’s Home opened an emergency shelter,the only Asian domestic violence shelter in Santa Clara County.
The AACI Asian Women’s Home offers a range of linguistically competent and culturally sensitive services to abused Asians. By providing direct services and cooperating with other service providers to develop creative solutions, the AACI Asian Women’s Home bridges service gaps and creates a support network for abused Asians and their children.
16264 Church St, #103, Morgan Hill, CA 95038
24-Hour Hotline 1-877-363-7238
Community Solutions is a comprehensive non-profit human services agency serving South Santa Clara County and the surrounding areas of South San Jose and San Benito County. Since 1972, we have responded to the growing and changing needs of our community, serving several thousand people from young children to older adults each year.
|Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence
234 E Gish Road, Suite 200, San Jose, CA 95112
24-Hour Hotline (408) 279-2962
Next Door is a Bay Area non-profit seeking “to end domestic violence in the moment and for all time.”
Next Door promotes safety for battered women and their children through emergency shelter; multiple points of entry for victims; individuals, system and institutional advocacy; crisis intervention; education for victims and the community; and the changing of community norms through prevention activities.