We know that overcoming the effects of domestic violence is a lifelong process, and we are here to help at every step of the journey. The newly reopened Riley Center Community Office offers drop-in support services to all survivors of domestic violence, including former residents of Rosalie And Brennan Houses.
Services include: Individual Case Management, Support Groups, Advocacy, Community Building, Peer Counseling, Program Information and Referrals
Mondays and Thursdays
Phone: (415) 552-2943
*It is preferable to call to schedule an appointment
RAMS Services now offered at Riley Center Community Office
SVDP-SF formed a partnership in 2019 with Richmond Area Multi Services (RAMS) to provide more comprehensive supportive services to Riley Center survivors of domestic violence. As part of this partnership, we are excited to announce that RAMS is now offering services at our Community Office at 1175 Howard Street two days a week.
We are happy to welcome RAMS clinician, Raul Yepez. Raul is a registered associate marriage and family therapist. He received his master’s degree in Counseling/Psychology from Holy Names University in Oakland, CA. As a Behavioral Health Counselor and Mental Health Consultant for Richmond Area Multi-Services, he is providing individual counseling sessions, as well as group sessions. Raul is trained in the Positive Parenting Program, and his theoretical framework is focused on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Psychodynamic Therapy.
Rams Services hours at Community Office:
- Tuesdays: 3 pm – 7 pm
- Fridays: 2 pm – 6 pm
For more information about these services please contact Stacy Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting LGBTQIA Domestic Abuse Survivors
June 11th from 12:00pm – 2:00pm
In honor of PRIDE Month, The Riley Center is thrilled to kick off our Conversation Series, focusing on better client service at the intersection of domestic violence and LGBTQIA victims and survivors. Our Conversation Series is geared toward San Francisco Domestic Violence Consortium members, HSA employees, social workers, volunteers and those who have experienced domestic abuse. Please join us at our Community Office on June 11th from 12:00pm – 2:00pm!
The Conversation Series is intended to address LGBTQ intimate partner violence along the following topics:
- Common Language within the LGBTQIA Community
- Barriers to LGBTQIA Domestic Abuse Survivors Receiving Services
- How Can We Better Support LGBTQIA Domestic Abuse Survivors?
Your experiences, ideas on how to support this community, and guidance in developing our services is invaluable. We look forward to having this important conversation with you!
We ask that all participants register for this FREE event! Space is limited, please register today.
We’re looking forward to sharing news on our upcoming workshops. Stay tuned for updates.
Domestic Violence Advocate Trainings
Join us for our Fall 2019 Domestic Violence Advocacy Training Session. We are ready to add more advocates into the community! Please pass this along to friends, co-workers, loved ones and others who, are new hires in your agency, or people who might be interested in a volunteer position supporting survivors of domestic violence. Riley Center is currently accepting students for volunteer experiences at our shelters and on our crisis line, please share with your agency, and/or classes and departments widely.
The Riley Center seeks volunteers committed to:
• Supporting survivors of Domestic Violence.
• Challenging all forms of oppression that contribute to intimate partner violence.
• Cultivating valuable counseling, facilitation, and leadership skills.
We are currently accepting applications for our upcoming 40-Hour Domestic Violence Training. If you are ready to join a community dedicated to ending the cycle of violence, please click HERE to register for our training.
Volunteer Training will be held at our newly renovated Community Office, which is located at 1175 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103. We are thrilled to welcome new advocates to a growing community of change makers. It is our sincere hope that through training such as this, a greater sense of community can be created. The training schedule is as follows:
September 18 – 27, 2019
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The Riley Center, a program of St. Vincent De Paul San Francisco, offers safe and confidential services for survivors of domestic abuse. We believe that everyone has a right to live a life free from harm. We offer support to survivors through our 24-hour hotline, community office, emergency shelter, transitional housing program and our specialized advocates in Family and Children Services. Survivors are fully capable of making empowered choices for themselves, we are simply here to listen, empower and share knowledge of services which can act as options for clients to decide what’s right for them. Join us as we strive to create safer communities for all of us!
Please contact our Volunteer Outreach Coordinator, Paméla Tate-Roger if you have any additional questions at email@example.com. Application deadline: September 1, 2019 or until the class is filled.