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If you’re stuck in isolation with someone abusive, message us or call us about my “make up”.


Ask if I still sell it? I’ll know to keep checking in on you.

Ask about my “lipstick” and I’ll contact authorities for you! I will ask for your address for “postage”

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Immediate Steps: What to Do

Learn what options you have after an assault anytime within in the last 5 days, and what are some immediate steps you can take

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Abuse / Help Lines

Domestic Violence (800) 339-7233 Sheepfold (Women & Children) (877) 743-3736 National Child abuse hotline (800) 422-4459 Hours: 24/7 Website: National Substance abuse helpline (800) 662-4357 Website: Substance Abuse (951) 955-2105 (800) 300-7326 Address: 2743 Orange St. Riverside CA MFI Recovery (800) 923-5634 Address: 5870 Arlington Ave. Riverside CA Veterans (800) 741-8387 x 6085 National Suicide Prevention (800) 273-8255 Hours. 24/7 Website: The national Domestic Violence (800) 799-7233 Hours: 24/7 Website: Human Trafficking Hotline Hours: 24/7 (888) 373-7888 Hours: 24/7 Website: Senior Adult Services (800) 510-2020 Adult Protective Services (800) 491-7123

Shelters / Rental Assistance

Set Free Ministry (619) 447-4498 1 year shelter program Address: 1527 E. Main St. El Cajon, CA 92021 Martha's Village Kitchen PHONE: (760) 347-4741 Address: 83791 Date Avenue Indio, CA 92201 Emergency Shelter Path of Life Ministry (951) 683-4101 Address: 2840 Hulen Pl. Riverside, CA Homeless Youth (11-17 yrs old) (951) 351 4418 Address: 9685 Hayes St. Riverside CA Families/Women W/Children Shelter Path of Life Family Shelter (951) 462-9822 Address: 2530 Third St. Riverside, CA House of Luke Ministry - MEN ONLY (951) 927 -7316 Address: 43621 Palm Ave. Hemet, CA 92544 Website: Housing (MEN ONLY) Gods Helping Hands (951) 657-3041 (951) 369-4921 (18-21 Only) Address: 1040 Teepee Ln. Riverside CA Housing Authority of the County of Riverside (951) 351-0700 Address: 5555 Arlington Ave. Riverside, CA Fair Housing Council of Riverside County (951) 682-6581 Address: 3933 Mission Inn. Riverside, CA

Veterans Assistance

Loma Linda Veterans Services (800) 741-8387 x.6085

U.S. Vets 5881 Riverside Dr., Riverside (951) 656-6889
HUD-VASH Program VA Call Center: (877) 424-3838
SERVICES: *HUD-VASH is a collaborative program between HUD and VA that combines HUD housing vouchers with VA supportive services to help Veterans who are homeless and their families find and sustain permanent housing.

Riverside County Veterans’ Services (951) 955-6050

US Veterans Initiative 15105 Sixth Street, March ARB 92518 (951) 656-6889 Temecula/Riverside County Area. Rent Assistance in Temecula, California Housing Authority of the County of Riverside (951) 351-0700 Address: 5555 Arlington Ave. Riverside, CA Fair Housing Council of Riverside County (951) 682-6581 Address: 3933 Mission Inn. Riverside, CA
SERVICE: *Work Re-Entry Program *Housing for Disabled

Health & Wellness

Joe Fox
Total Health Manual Therapy
951-928-0787 office
951-255-6317 cell
Tonette Blum PM-International USA (213) 700-0361 FITLINE Nutrition Sky A. Jeannettte 858-922-0452 Sally Chiappone 714-743-4255

Real Estate needs: Realitors/ Brokers/ Home Inspectors

Anita & Michael Marchena Marchena Home Team -Realtors YOU’VE GOT 99 PROBLEMS BUT A REALTOR SHOULDN'T BE ONE
Realtor Michael Marchena: 951-334-3403 Realtor Anita Marchena 951-334-3386
Team Cell: 951-392-8511 Learn more about our team: Neda Yegan Realtor 951-239-7797 Denise Gould Realtor Stephanie Waterman Realtor DRE#01820825 Cell: 951.805.2992 Bringas Home Team powered by Signature Real Estate Group DRE#02071123 Serving all of Southern California... Your home ownership goals are our #1 priority! Matthew Smith Trust Home Inspections Certified CREIA Inspector 951-764-3387 Eric Weeks Chosen Home Inspections InterNACHI #13030507 951-326-6717

Social Services

Janice Lake SSDI Consultant (855) 556-3300 Email: Link:

Financial & Supplemental Insurance Assistance

Russell Lake Insurance Agent - Legal Shield Sr. Director (888) 441-4345 Email: Link:

Relocation & Cleaning Services

Noel Cajudo Caring Transitions of Menifee Senior Movers/ Estate Liquidators (Downsizing services) (951) 723-5008 Servicing: Southwest Inland Empire Email: Link: Maurice McClain & Adam Wilson Man Maid - Residental/Commercial Claeaning Service (310) 462 - 4483 Email: Link:


Kurtis Lau Dreamtrips 858-337-1843

Education & Mentoring

James Sanders
IncludEDucation- Youth Education Programs
Facebook: @includeducation
Candace Mae Gruber Leadership Consultant, Life Coach & Mentor 951-290-8499 Facebook: @CandaceMaeTraining Twitter: @CandaceMae_com Instagram: CandaceMae_gruber LinkedIn:

In Home Senior Services

Jason White Managing Member - Founder Great Life Senior Care LLC Office: 951-679-9592 Cell: 253-230-2664

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Did you know Relationships Affect your HEALTH?

Are you in a healthy relationship? …. ask yourself: *Is my partner kind to me and respectful of my choices? *Does my partner support my using birth control? *Does my partner support my decisions about if or when I want to have more children? If you'd answered YES to these questions is likely that you are in a healthy relationship. (studies show that this kind of relationship leads to a better health, longer life, and helps your children) Are you in an unhealthy relationship? …. ask yourself: *Does my partner cause mental abuse by speaking down to me, treating me bad in front of his/her friends or family, using profanity at me and calling me outside my name? *Does my partner constantly yell at me, extremely angry when he/she gets home from work? *Does my partner mess with my birth control or try to get me pregnant when I don't want to be? *Does my partner refused to use condoms when I ask? *Does my partner make me have sex when I don't want to? *Does my partner tell me who I can talk to or where I can go? If you answered YES to any of these questions your health and safety may be in danger. Is your body being affected? …. ask yourself *Has my partner made me afraid or physically hurt me? *Am I afraid to ask my partner to use condoms? *Am I afraid my partner will hurt me if I told him I had an STD and he needed to be treated too? *Have I hidden birth control from my partner so he would not get me pregnant? If you'd answer YES to any of these questions you may be at risk for STD HIV unwanted pregnancies and serious injury. Taking control Your partner may see pregnancy as a way to keep you in his life and stay connected to you through a child-- even if that isn't what you want. If your partner makes you have sex, messes or tampers with your birth control or refuses to use a condoms: *Talk to your health care provider about birth control you can control like IUD, implant, a shot/injection. *The IUD is a device that is put into the uterus and prevents pregnancy up to 10 years. The string can be cutoff so your partner can't fill them. The IUD can be removed at anytime when you want to become pregnant. *Emergency contraceptive some call in the morning after pill may be taken up on five days after unprotected sex or preventing pregnancy it can help break be taken out if it's packaging and slipped into an envelope or empty pill bottle so your partner won't know. Who controls pregnancy decisions? Ask yourself. Has my partner ever: *Tried to pressure or make me pregnant? *Hurt or threaten me because I didn't agree to get pregnant? If I've ever been pregnant: *Has my partner told me he would hurt me if I didn't do what he wanted with the pregnancy (in either direction-continuing the pregnancy or abortion)? If you answered YES to any of these questions, you are not alone and you deserve to make your own decisions without being afraid. Getting help *If your partner checks your cell phone or texts, talk to your health care provider about using their phone to call domestic violence services, so your partner can see it on your call log. *If you have an STD and are afraid your partner will hurt you if you tell him, talk with your health care provider about how to be safer and how they might tell your partner about infection without using your name.

*Studies show educating friends and family about abuse can help them take steps to be safer, giving them our information can make a difference in their lives

Brought to you by FUTURES Without Violence National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 National Dating Abuse Hotline: 866-331-9474 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673 Find a Family Pact provider near you 800-942-1054

Know the SIGNS! Suicide is Preventable...

Pain Isn't Always Obvious

Are you concerned for someone else?

Pain Isn't Always Obvious. Reach out to someone you are concerned about if you observe one or more of these warning signs, especially if the behavior is new, has increased or seems related to a painful event, loss or change:

Warning signs to look for:

* Talking about wanting to die or suicide

* Looking for a way to kill themselves

* Feeling hopeless, desperate, trapped

* Giving away possessions

* Putting affairs in order

* Reckless behavior

* Uncontrolled anger

* Increased drug or alcohol use

* Withdrawal

* Anxiety or agitation

* Changes in sleep

* Sudden mood changes

* No sense of purpose

If you are concerned about someone, reach out and ask:

" Are you thinking about suicide?"

If you think the person is suicidal, take it seriously. Don't leave them alone. Call the us at 714 - 561 -8196 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 at anytime for assistance or call 911 for life-threatening emergencies.

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Are you having thoughts of SUICIDE or just need to talk to someone?

Are you having thoughts of SUICIDE or just need to talk to someone? Whatever you're going through, you're not alone. If you're in pain, call us at 714 -561-8196 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-8255. Your call is FREE and will be answered by well-trained and compassionate counselors. Remeber... THERE IS HOPE Brought to you by

Caring Relationships, Healthy YOU!

How are you feeling? Do my partner(s) : * Support me and respect my choices? * Support me in spending time with my friends and family? Do I: * Feel comfortable about talking about my feeling, sex, and other important things with my partner(s). * Support my partner(s), their independence, and their identities? These are some elements of healthy relationship, which can contribute to good physical, and mental health. Everyone deserves to have partners who respect them and listen and listen to what they want and need. Ask yourself... Do I have concerns about the way: * I am being treated? * I am treating my partner(s)? Unhealthy relationships can have negative effects on your health. Unhealthy: Do you or your partner.... * Use guilt or jealousy to influence what the other person does or who they see? * Put the other person down or make them feel bad about themselves? * Threaten to out the other's gender identity, sexual orientation, HIV status or immigration status to friends, family, or at work? * Refused to recognize the other person's name, pronoun, identity or preferred language? * Control the others money or spending freedom? * Restrict the others access to medicine (hormones, anti-anxiety/depression, PrEP/PEP, ART, substance replacement therapy, birth control)? * Use the other's children to control or hurt them? * Pressure the other person to do something sexual they don't want to do? Or fetishize or exoticize the other person's identity and/or body without consent? Actions like these can be harmful for your emotinal and physical health. Help is Avialble! Is your relationship affecting your health? * Do you often feel depressed, anxious or stressed? Is your relationship making it worse? * Are you drinking, smoking, or using drugs in order to cope with what's is going on in your relationship(s)? * Have you noticed a change in your appetite, weight, or sleeping habits? * Do you have health issues that can be worsened by chronic stress? We have resources that can help you, please reach out to us at 714-561-8196. Let us help you make a plan, talk to your provider about how your relationship could be affecting your health. YOU ARE NOT ALONE Abuse and/or domestic violence occurs in all kinds of relationships. The fact that it happens often does not make it okay! You deserve to be in a relationship that is supportive and feels good. Help Is Available! A plan that works for you: If you feel that there is something not right about your relationship it could be helpful to talk with a trusted friend or advocate about what you have been experiencing. Together, you could formulate a plan about: * How to get support for things you may be doing to help you cope, such as: binge drinking , using drugs, eating too much or too little. * How to connect with your health provider about what to do if your partner is restricting your access to medications or health visits, and other ways that your relationship could be affecting your health. * How to reduce harm within your relationship and/or develop a safety plan. * How to connect with resources in your community, and learn about your options Brought to you by FUTURES Without Violence The Trevor Project (Crisis line for LGBTQ Youth) 866-488-7386 FORGE (Trans Community) National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233 National Dating Abuse Hotline: 866-331-9474 National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-4673 Find a Family Pact provider near you 800-942-1054

Domestic Violance Warning Signs

Domestic violence is a pattern of controlling and aggressive behaviors from one adult towards another within the context of an intimate relationship.

  • It can be physical, sexual, psychological, or emotional abuse. Financial abuse and social isolation are also common features.
  • The violence and abuse can be actual or threatened to occur. It can happen once every so often or on a regular basis.
  • It can happen to anyone, and in all kinds of relationships! People suffer domestic violence regardless of their social group, class, age, race, disability, sexuality, or lifestyle. The abuse can begin at any time – in new relationships or after many years spent together.
All forms of abuse – psychological, economic, emotional and physical – come from the abuser’s desire for power and control. These are some “warning signs” to look for in a person who might be, or could become, abusive:
  • Witnessed or experienced abuse as a child and may have learned that same behavior
  • Loses their temper frequently, or expresses anger in violent ways
  • Drinks too much or abuses other drugs
  • Is unusually jealous or possessive can be gentle and loving most of the time, but is sporadically violent
  • Promises never to hit or abuse again and feels bad, may bring home gifts after a violent outbreak but eventually is violent again.
These are some “warning signs” to look for that may indicate that you or someone you know is being abused: is frightened by their partner’s temper
  • is afraid to disagree with their partner
  • frequently apologizes for their partner’s behavior
  • feels the need to constantly justify and explain everywhere they go and everything they do
  • has been forced by their partner to have sex
  • frequent small injuries, bruises, and scrapes all the way to frequent hospital trips for broken bones with excuses like ,” I fell down the stairs, I am so clumsy, I ran into the door..”
  • does not see or spend time with friends or family because of their partner’s jealousy is repeatedly hurt by their partner
  • is belittled, talked down to and made to feel they are to blame for the violence in the relationship has no access to the family checking accounts
“What Can I Do?” Tell someone you trust: It is not easy to admit that you are being abused. However, acting on your decisions is easier when you have support. Safety Planning: This means being aware of your surroundings, and planning where to go and what to do in the case of a violent incident. It includes keeping important papers, documents and any financial support you will need if you and your children have to leave immediately. File for a Protective Order: While this is not a guarantee of safety disobeying any part of this order can cause your perpetrator to spend time in jail. Seek counseling: This can help you raise your self-esteem, make decisions about your life, and understand that you are not to blame for what happened. Seek shelter: If you are in fear for your physical safety, go to a friend’s, a relative’s, a neighbor’s, or to a shelter for victims of domestic violence. If someone you know is a victim of domestic violence: Be Resource Ready: Be aware of what services are available at the agencies in that person’s area. Keep their phone numbers readily accessible. Remember to encourage calling 911 for emergencies. Tell them you care: Let them know that you are concerned for their safety and the safety and welfare of their children. Make sure they know that you are available to them when they are ready. Don’t judge or criticize: Victims must move at their own pace when making a decision to leave. There are so many issues confronting the victim, such economic, social and emotional issues that you may not understand. It must be their decision – be there to support them no matter what. Remember you are not alone. Many many people have been through similar experiences like yours….. and we are here to help. Brought to you by: S.A.F.E. works in partnership with the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office and other partners in the Southwest Family justice Center. All of the partners are there to serve domestic violence victims and their children together. Call SAFE at the FJC 951-304-5680 or at the SAFE Office 951-587-3900. Help is just a call away.

Childrens Mental Health

Tumbles, scrapes, ouches, owies and boo-boos: Just another day in the life of a parent. But what about invisible pain? The kind of pain you can’t kiss and make better. Like the doctor you turn to for fevers and flus, there’s help out there for that kind of pain, too. Children’s mental health problems are real, common and treatable. Although one in five children has a diagnosable mental health problem, nearly two-thirds of them get little or no help. Untreated mental health problems can undermine a child’s ability to thrive at home, school and in the community. Without treatment, children with mental health issues are at increased risk for problems now and later in life, such as problems in school (including dropping out), getting involved with the criminal justice system, unemployment and suicide. Parents and family members are usually the first to notice if a child has problems with emotions or behavior. Your observations, along with those of teachers and other caregivers, can help determine whether you need to seek help for your child. While all children struggle from time to time and may have one of the following issues to some degree, the following signs may indicate the need for professional help when more than one is present, or if a single issue is persistent and/or interfering with school, friendships or home life:

  • Decline in school performance
  • Poor grades despite strong efforts
  • Constant worrying or anxiety
  • Repeated refusal to go to school or to take part in normal activities
  • Hyperactivity or fidgeting
  • Persistent nightmares
  • Persistent disobedience or aggression
  • Frequent temper tantrums
  • Depression, sadness or irritability
Although these may seem like individual issues, they could be an indication of something bigger, especially if they persist. Early identification, diagnosis and treatment can help children reach their full potential. If you suspect a problem or have questions, talk with your child’s pediatrician or reach out to us, we'd love to help you. You are not in this alone. Learn more about good mental health for your child with these fact sheets provided by Mental Health America: Brought to you by:

"Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it"   Proverbs 4:23

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