Intimate Partner Violence

562-434-0257 / [email protected]

Many people within our community have/are/will experience violence in their intimate relationships. It is estimated that approximately 33% or more people within our community will experience domestic violence. The LGBTQ Center of Long Beach is committed to building a healthy and violence free community. One of the many ways the Center does this is through our Domestic Violence Services Program. Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence is a systematic pattern of behaviors where one person tries to control the thoughts, beliefs, and/or actions of their partner, someone they are dating or had an intimate relationship with. This may include physical, mental, verbal, sexual, financial and emotional abuse. The Center offers free confidential and supportive services for victims of domestic violence/Intimate partner violence. Our services are listed below:

Our Services

• Crisis Counseling and Safety Planning
• Individual Counseling
• Group Counseling
• Case Management
• Legal Advocacy
• Advocacy with Law Enforcement
• Shelter Advocacy
• Resource Referrals
• Community Education

All Services are offered in English and Spanish. For more information contact us at 562-434-0257 or [email protected].

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. You may also reach the 24-hour National Domestic Violence hotline at 888-799-7233 (SAFE).


The LGBTQ Center Long Beach
Domestic Violence Services
[email protected]

The Los Angeles LGBT Center
Domestic Violence Legal Advocacy Project
[email protected]

STOP Domestic Violence
[email protected]

National Domestic Violence Hotline
888-799-7233 (SAFE)

SPCLA (Animal Safety Net)
888-527-7722 (Info Line)

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