Orange County Disability Domestic Violence Prevention

OCDDVP

Orange County Disability Domestic Violence Prevention


Orange County Deaf Advocacy Center’s own OCDDVP program is for men and women who have faced or are facing domestic violence. The program was started in February 10, 2003 as result of surveys gathered from community members in the Southern California areas. 

We have everything you need to protect victims from their abusers. From informational brochures to forms assistance to a line up of shelters and storage facilities in the Southland designed to protect men and women from their abusers. 

We work with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and the Equal Justice Foundation to address domestic violence issues for women and men respectively. 

We accept referrals from any Social Service agency. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, national origin, gender, and sexual orientation for assistance.

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Beth Koenig,
Jun 27, 2010, 10:23 PM
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