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Member Service

California Rural Indian Health Board
This organization does not provide crisis services

The California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB) was formed to provide a central focal point in the Indian health field in California for planning, advocacy, funding, training, technical assistance, coordination, fund raising, education, development and for the purpose of promoting unity and formulating common policy on Indian health care issues.

San Francisco, CA 94129
Office: (916) 929-9761
Capacity building event

Prevention Peer Network Call

Join a network of people committed to preventing domestic violence at every level! 

Preventionists have requested additional opportunities to connect with their peers across the state, and we’ve heard you. The Partnership is excited to invite you to a participate in a monthly call to connect with your prevention peers. In these informal discussions we’ll get real about the unique challenges prevention folks experience when out in the community.


Writing Incarcerated Survivors
Become a pen pal and add your organization's support!

This guide offers simple, yet crucial guidance. We start by bearing witness to survivor’s stories—not only listening to what they’ve endured, but also their hopes and dreams for their futures.

There’s so much more to me, my life and a story I must share.—Barbara Chavez

Member Service

Monarch Services

Lives free from violence and abuse.

Watsonville, CA, 95076
(888) 900-4234
(831) 722-4535
Member Service

Riley Center of St. Vincent de Paul

Our mission is to offer hope and service on a direct person-to-person basis, working to break the cycles of homelessness and domestic violence.

San Francisco, CA 94103-3926
24-Hour Support Line: (415) 255-0165
English: (415) 757–6595
Spanish: (415) 757–6490
Capacity building event

North Regional Call
This event is a benefit of membership with the Partnership

This Regional conference call is the third Thursday of every other month (January, March, May, July, September, November) from 10:00-11:30AM. These calls are open to all Partnership members in the North Region. This is an opportunity for networking and partnering with other members in your region.


Alejandra Aguilar
Program Specialist | Alejandra Aguilar, gender pronouns: she/her/hers, Mexico-United Statian, and formerly undocumented, is Program Specialist at the Partnership, leading the statewide prevention efforts.


Self-Reflection leads to Powerful Insight as Agency Centers Voices of Women of Color to Enrich Healing Arts Program for Survivors of Trauma
The Partnership's Cultural Responsiveness Organizational Self-Assessment (CROS) tool is here!

The Cultural Responsiveness Organizational Self-Assessment (CROS) tool offers a variety of customized support options for domestic violence agencies. Explore the A Window Between Worlds’ use of CROS to word toward centering the voices of women of color.


Underserved Communities within a Community: A Story that Challenges Assumptions
The Partnership's Cultural Responsiveness Organizational Self-Assessment (CROS) tool is here!

Last year, Maitri used the Partnership’s Cultural Responsiveness Organizational Self-Assessment (CROS) tool to meet the needs of underrepresented groups in the South Asian community. Are you ready to see where your team lands on the spectrum of cultural responsiveness? After reading about Maitri’s experience, explore the CROS tool for yourself!

What was the challenge faced and what accounts for it?