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Human Options, Inc.

Human Options

Human Options ignites social change by educating Orange County to recognize relationship violence as an issue that threatens everyone, advocating for those affected by abuse, extending a safe place for victims and empowering survivors on their journey of healing.

Our Vision: We are committed to a future in which every person and family in Orange County experiences safe, healthy relationships and lives free from fear.

 

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Laura's House

Changing social beliefs, attitudes and the behaviors that perpetuate domestic violence while creating a safe space in which to empower individuals and families affected by abuse.

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Operation Underground Railroad

To shine a light worldwide on the global epidemic of child sex trafficking, and in so doing rescue more children from slavery and assist law enforcement to seek justice for those who violate children. We place survivors on a path to recovery by partnering with vetted aftercare providers.

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Strength in Scarves

Inspired by survivors, we give our support to those who have been victims of domestic violence through gifts of hand-knitted and crocheted items.

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The Eli Home, Inc.

To welcome, shelter, comfort, heal, encourage and strengthen homeless victims of child abuse and family violence, and prepare them to reenter the community to lead stable, non-violent lives, free from fear and intimidation—To Break the Cycle of Child Abuse.

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Womens Transitional Living Center, Inc.

WTLC helps individuals and families escape the depths of domestic violence and exploitation.

Since 1976, our guiding principal has been to end the cycle of domestic violence and exploitation by providing comprehensive services grounded in evidence-based practices. Through a strengths-based, survivor-driven and trauma -informed holistic approach, the survivor’s perspective of their priorities establishes the plan to create a healthier and safer life.

WTLC’s programs are designed to be flexible and responsive to each survivor’s unique needs—each participant builds their recovery plan with their own priorities in mind. In this way, survivors from a range of backgrounds and experiences are able to receive tailored support that addresses their personal barriers to long-term stability. Survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking, as well as their children, receive services designed to meet their individual needs and adapt as necessary throughout their time with WTLC.

WTLC accepts populations that would normally struggle to find support including re-entry survivors coming out of the prison system, survivors with ongoing mental illness problems, survivors struggling with alcohol and drug addition, transgender survivors, emancipated youth and survivors with animal companions.

Last year, WTLC served over 9,000 children and adults through our housing, supportive services and prevention programs. These achievements were made possible by the generous support WTLC receives from individuals, families, corporations, foundations and government agencies.

Domestic violence and human trafficking are major public health crises, and community support and engagement is integral in WTLC’s work to create a world without violence.

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