From LACASA: Health and safety measures in place at crisis shelter

LACASA Center is collaborating with local, state and federal health organizations to protect the safety of our clients and their children, as well as our staff, volunteers and extended community.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) presents challenges for everyone, and especially for vulnerable victims of abuse. We want  residents of our Crisis Shelter — as well as any victim who is considering coming to our shelter — to know that we have stringent protocols in place to safeguard their health and well-being.

LACASA also wants all clients who come to us for counseling or legal advocacy to be online casinos confident that we have initiated around-the-clock procedures that mitigate the spread of coronavirus and help protect families.

If you are in an abusive relationship and want to leave, do not delay your decision because of concerns over the virus. Reach out to our 24-hour Helpline by calling or texting (866) 522-2725. You are not alone. We are here.

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