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Coalitions & Collaborations

AWS strongly believes in developing meaningful partnerships in order to offer more comprehensive services and advocate effectively for the legal, cultural, and societal changes that matter to our communities. We seek to avoid the duplication of services and build a cohesive, diverse network of resources for survivors who are seeking support. By encouraging community collaboratives, we help break down the isolation and create a community response toward ending violence against women.

Our current partners:

APA Family Support Services

Arab Cultural & Community Center (ACCC)

Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence (APIDV)

Asian & Pacific Islander Legal Outreach (APILO)

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Bay Area Legal Aid

Brennan House

Donaldina Cameron House

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (CPEDV)

Clara House

Community United Against Violence (CUAV)

Creative Interventions

SF Domestic Violence Consortium (SFDVC)

Family Violence Prevention Fund

Gum Moon Women's Residence

Infant Parent Program of San Francisco General Hospital

Korean Community Center of the East Bay (KCCEB)

Luna Dance Institute

Mary Elizabeth Inn

Mujeres Unidas y Activas

Narika

Richmond Area Multi-Services, Inc. (RAMS)

Rosalie House

Sage Project

W.O.M.A.N., Inc.

Our current collaborations:

Asian Alliance Against Domestic Violence (AAADV): The Asian Alliance Against Domestic Violence (formerly known as Alliance Against Asian Domestic Violence) was formally established in 1997. AAADV consists of about a dozen community organizations that join together in organizing domestic violence awareness campaigns and in producing educational materials for the Asian and Pacific Islander communities to break the silence and cycle of domestic violence.

Asian Anti-Trafficking Collaborative (AATC): In recognition of the critical need for comprehensive services for survivors of trafficking, AWS co-founded the Asian Anti-Trafficking Collaborative (AATC), which consists of two social services agencies and a non-profit legal agency: AWS,  Narika, and Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach. Together and in collaboration with other agencies, we provide case management to survivors of human trafficking both in and outside our shelter.

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence (CPEDV): AWS is a member of CPEDV, a catalyst and advocate for social change through innovative solutions to ensure safety and justice for victims and survivors of domestic violence and their children.

East Bay Anti-Trafficking Task Force

East Bay Coalition to End Asian Domestic Violence

Greater Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Task Force

Homeless Children's Network (HCN): Founded in 1992, the HCN provides comprehensive mental health services, case management, and family support services for homeless children, youth, and their families throughout San Francisco. AWS and HCN are part of a collaborative of nineteen Emergency, Transitional, and Domestic Violence Shelters, which also includes: Hamilton Family Center, Hamilton Emergency Shelter, Hamilton Transitional Program, Asian Women's Shelter, Families in SRO's Collaborative, Raphael House, Riley Center (Rosalie House and Brennan House), Richmond Hills Family Center, Tenderloin Childcare Center, St. Joseph's Village, Richmond Hills Family Center, Salvation Army-Harbor House, La Casa de las Madres, Homeless Prenatal Program, Connecting Point, DrawBridge, A Home Away From Homelessness, Treasure Island Homeless Development Initiative (TIHDI) and Treasure Island Elementary School.

North Bay Anti-Trafficking Task Force

San Francisco Domestic Violence Consortium (SFDVC): AWS is a member of the SFDVC, dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and ensuring the basic rights of safety, self-determination and well-being to survivors of domestic violence and their children.