Domestic Violence Solutions proudly serves everyone regardless of race, religion, gender, citizenship status, sexual orientation or income.
To receive any of the services listed below please call one of our 24-hour information hotlines listed at the right.
- Emergency Shelter and Transitional Housing
- Support Services
- Safety Plan
- Referral Partners
- Informational brochures and other domestic violence materials are available at our business office, Mon-Fri 9:00 am – 5:00 pm at 411 E. Canon Perdido St. #12, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
- Si Necesita Ayuda
Emergency Shelter & Transitional Housing
Emergency Shelter Services
Victims of domestic violence and their children may stay in one of our three confidential emergency shelters for up to 45 days, where they receive emotional support, food, clothing, goal planning assistance, advocacy for medical, legal and financial resources, information and referrals. Residents additionally participate in counseling and support groups while living in the shelter.
Transitional Housing Services
Our transitional housing program (also called Second Stage housing) is for victims who have met their goals during their stay at the emergency shelter. Residents and their children may stay for up to 24 months in one-bedroom apartments, while receiving group and individual counseling, among other services.
Second Stage is designed to allow survivors of domestic violence to make long-term positive changes for themselves and for their children.
24 Hour Crisis & Information Hotlines
Domestic Violence Solutions operates 24-hour hotlines in Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Lompoc, and Santa Ynez. Trained staff provides counseling, information, referrals, and access to immediate shelter. Staff also meets potential residents in person to help formulate plans for safety and shelter.
|Santa Barbara||(805) 964-5245|
|Santa Maria||(805) 925-2160|
|Santa Ynez||(805) 686-4390|
Domestic Violence Emergency Response Team (DVERT)
Domestic Violence Solutions’ staff respond with law enforcement personnel on domestic violence 911 calls and provide victims with support, advocacy and access to safe, confidential shelter.
Our programs provide Crisis Counseling through our Client Advocates, or referrals to another provider for ongoing counseling, legal aid and job skills.
|Child Abuse Listening & Mediation (CALM)||(805) 965-2376|
|North County CALM||(805) 614-9160|
|Legal Aid Foundation of Santa Barbara||(805) 963-6754|
|Victim Witness||(805) 564-2400|
|Standing Together to End Sexual Assault||(805) 564-3696|
|North County Rape Crisis Center||(805) 736-8535|
|Family Service Agency: Hotline||(805) 692-4011|