Provide outreach to community regarding services available to individuals who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic violence in their relationship(s). Provide domestic violence education, support and advocacy as well as guidance in obtaining housing, mental health services, vocational training and employment to clients as they move towards to becoming self-sufficient.
The Office of Samoan Affairs of California, Inc. was founded in 1976 in San Francisco to address the myriad social issues experienced by members of the Samoan community in the greater San Francisco area. With the move of the headquarters to Los Angeles County in 1989, the target population expanded to include at-risk, economically disadvantaged, disenfranchised members of the general public, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or creed, gender or age who lived within our service delivery areas in LA County Supervisorial Districts 2 and 4.
Services include culturally and linguistically appropriate Parenting and Anger Management classes, para-profession counseling, domestic violence victims and batterer’s programs (both male and female), community outreach nutrition education, enhancement and recreational after-school programs in Long Beach, Lomita and Carson, a youth support program at a middle school site, a senior home outreach program and a Mind Body and Spirit Program targeting Samoan faith-based communities..
Role: Domestic Violence Case Manager/Outreach Worker- Bilingual Eng/Span
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