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Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA)

Human Services

Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse (CORA)

Offers emergency housing, counseling, support groups and legal assistance for victims of domestic violence.

Description:

Offers emergency housing, counseling, support groups and legal assistance for victims/survivors of domestic violence. If the shelter is full, staff will assist in finding alternative housing. Support groups meet throughout the county. Legal assistance is available at no cost. Also provides support groups at various locations in San Mateo, South San Francisco, Daly City, Half Moon Bay and Redwood City. Legal advocacy is available in the preparation of restraining orders and accompaniment to court. Legal advice is available for basic family law issues. Community educators are available to present basic education on the dynamics of domestic violence. All services are offered in English and Spanish. Provides counseling and advocacy for children in individual and group settings. Teen issues discussed at http://www.teenrelationships.org. Formerly known as the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CDVP). Formerly known as Sor Juana Ines Services for Abused Women.

Location

2211 Palm Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403 37.546624 -122.3061735 Human Services

Service Options

Languages Spoken:

  • French
  • Spanish

Accessibility Options:

  • Wheelchair

Services

Service Description:

Offers emergency housing, counseling, support groups and legal assistance for victims/survivors of domestic violence. If the shelter is full, staff will assist in finding alternative housing. Support groups meet throughout the county. Legal assistance is available at no cost. Also provides support groups at various locations in San Mateo, South San Francisco, Daly City, Half Moon Bay and Redwood City. Legal advocacy is available in the preparation of restraining orders and accompaniment to court. Legal advice is available for basic family law issues. Community educators are available to present basic education on the dynamics of domestic violence. All services are offered in English and Spanish. Provides counseling and advocacy for children in individual and group settings. Teen issues discussed at http://www.teenrelationships.org. Formerly known as the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CDVP). Formerly known as Sor Juana Ines Services for Abused Women.

Fees:

None.

Audience:

Women, children, teens and men experiencing domestic violence

Eligibility:

Serves victims of domestic violence

How to Apply:

Call the hotline for appointment.

Service Wait Estimate:

Varies.

Service Areas:

  • San Mateo County