Domestic Violence

Resource Page


SRJC District Police

EMERGENCY: (707) 527-1000

Domestic Violence Hotline

Phone: 800-799-7233
Phone: (707) 546-1234
811 3rd St. Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Family Justice Center

Legal and other services for survivors

Phone: (707) 565-8255
2755 Mendocino Ave. Suite 100 Santa Rosa, CA 95403 


Outpatient therapy services for survivors

Phone: (707) 545-7270
835 Piner Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Sonoma County Legal Aid

Phone: (707) 542-1290
144 S E St #100, Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Santa Rosa Police Dept

Phone: Non-emergency (dispatch) 707-528-5222 965 Sonoma Ave. Santa Rosa, CA 95404 

Sonoma County Sherriff's Dept.

2796 Ventura Ave. Santa Rosa, CA 95403  Phone: 
Non-emergency (dispatch) 707-565-2121 

The Rose - Women with Children Emergency Shelter

Phone: (707) 573-0490
101 6th St. Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Women's Recovery Services

Recovery from Substance Abuse 120-day residential program for pregnant and parenting women

Phone: 707.527.0412

Athena House (CA Human Development)

Women's residential & outpatient treatment for substance abuse

Phone: (707) 526-3150
3555 Sonoma Hwy, Santa Rosa, CA 95409 

What is Domestic Violence/Domestic Assault?

Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one 
intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, sexual violence, threats, and emotional abuse. (1)

Who Can Be a Victim?

Anyone can become a victim of domestic violence, women, men, children, the elderly and disabled. Domestic violence can come from spouses, significant others, parents, caregivers, close family 
members, or roommates.

Did you know?

1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner (1)

34.9 % of California women and 31.1% of California men experience intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner sexual violence and/or intimate partner stalking in their lifetimes (1).

Services and Resources at SRJC:

●    Referrals to local DV shelters and resources
●    On campus restraining orders
●    Safe escorting from campus security to and from classes to car
●    Teacher and faculty awareness and corroboration
●    Counseling and mental health services
●    On campus and local support groups

(1) “NCADV: National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.” The Nation's Leading Grassroots Voice on Domestic Violence,