supportive services

Rainbow provides supportive services and education to survivors of domestic violence and their children at our community centers and shelters through a guided and personalized program in a judgment-free environment at no cost to survivors.


24-Hour Crisis and Referral Line

Immediate bilingual (English/Spanish) crisis assistance is available through our free hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We respond to calls from survivors of domestic violence, law enforcement, hospital emergency rooms, medical clinics, and others, providing information, referrals, crisis intervention, and shelter intake.

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Emergency Shelter

Our emergency shelter, Rainbow House, offers safe, temporary housing to individuals and families who are experiencing violence in their homes or who face homelessness due to domestic violence. Rainbow House is one of the few domestic violence shelters in Los Angeles that can accept families with a pet.

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Transitional Housing

Our transitional shelter, Villa Paloma, offers up to one year of apartment style housing to support survivors as they continue to heal and develop their self-sufficiency.

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Community Housing

Our Community Housing program provides housing advocacy and financial aid to survivors experiencing homelessness who need one-time or time-limited assistance with expenses, including security deposits, rental assistance, and household establishment.

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Supportive Services
(Case Management)

We work collaboratively with survivors to develop a service tailored to meet their specific needs, including planning for safety, increasing resources, and improving emotional and physical well-being.

An intake appointment must first be completed before being connected to a supportive services advocate (case manager). During intake appointment, the supportive services advocate will provide information regarding eligibility for other agency programs such as Community Housing Program, Counseling Program, and Support Groups. To make an appointment, please contact the Resource Center at (310) 548-5450.

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Support Groups

Survivors make connections by sharing their experiences and supporting one another in groups facilitated by Rainbow’s staff.  Support groups are available in both English and Spanish at different times during the week.

An intake appointment must first be completed before attending adult support groups.

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Individual Counseling

Rainbow’s counseling program seeks to support survivors as they address their trauma. All sessions are held privately and overseen by a licensed clinical social worker.

An intake appointment must be completed before a referral to individual counseling is submitted. The counseling department may have a waitlist.

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Children’s Services

We provide children services that deal with the effects of abuse through counseling, arts & crafts workshops, imaginative play, and seasonal celebrations.  Our Children’s Program staff and volunteers provide homework help sessions for children in our shelters, and organize monthly or quarterly activities for kids and for the family. Parents are also supported with non-violent parenting coaching.

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