Partnership with Present Now

Su Casa has partnered with Present Now a non-profit organization that supports babies, children and teens entering and…

Posted by Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

LA Times Article: Fearing deportation, many domestic violence victims are steering clear of police and courts

"In the first six months of 2017, reports of domestic violence have declined among Latino residents in some of…

Posted by Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence on Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Our Community Cares: Thank you to Bellflower Middle School’s Builders/Leos Club

Our Community Cares: Special thanks to Bellflower Middle School's Builders/Leos Club who chose to raise money for Su…

Posted by Su Casa – Ending Domestic Violence on Thursday, March 16, 2017

Possible cuts to federal funding could impact local domestic violence victims…

Proposed cuts to the federal budget could result in a reduction of services for victims/survivors of domestic violence including shelters, counseling, legal advocacy for restraining orders, and safety planning. Domestic Violence is a public health crisis and we can break the cycle and bring an end to abuse in relationships, but we have a long way to go. Please contact your representatives and urge them to advocate for full funding for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Victims of Crime. Su Casa has been empowering survivors to live free from domestic violence for 38 years and we intend on continuing our work until all relationships have a safe and healthy foundation.

 

The Alliance Against Family Violence and Sexual Assault could lose up to 80% of its funding if these cuts go through.

Posted by KGET – TV 17 Bakersfield on Wednesday, March 1, 2017