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(Consultations are available in Korean and English)

KCSC 24/7 victim services hotline

24-Hour Hotline Service (1-888-987-4561) KCSC’s domestic violence program supports emergency services to help victims stay safe in emergency situations through a Korean/English language hotline service.

Crisis intervention

Emergency financial assistance

Individualized case management and wrap around services

KCSC supports the pursuit of victims’ safety, empowerment, and welfare by establishing a support plan according to the individual situation of each victim.

On-site legal clinic and referrals to pro-bono lawyers

KCSC partners with local, pro-bono legal resource centers to provide free legal counseling to survivors who have concerns regarding protective orders, child custody, and divorce.

Court accompaniment

Transitional housing

KCSC provides a Transitional Housing Program for victims of homelessness due to domestic violence. Depending on eligibility requirements and each survivor’s circumstance, the length of stay and type of support can be determined and adjusted. Domestic violence program staff will support victims through planning and case management to find permanent homes.

Trauma-informed supportive counseling

Domestic violence program staff will support victims through planning and case management to find permanent homes. KCSC provides continuous counseling for mental health, psychological recovery and stabilization.

Support Groups

KCSC provides a support group once every two months to help survivors cope with challenges, changes to living situations, and to learn new skills and have a chance to enjoy life with other survivors.

 

Screening for Sexual Assault

SCREENING QUESTIONS

Sexual Assault Violence Screening Questions

1. Does someone close to you sometimes say insulting things or threaten you?

2. Has a friend, a date, or an acquaintance ever pressured or forced you into sexual activities when you did not want them? Touched you in a way that made you uncomfortable?

3. Has anyone ever exposed the sex organs of their body to you when you did not want it?

4. Has anyone ever touched the sex organs of your body when you did not want this?

5. Has anyone ever made you touch the sex organs of their body when you did not want this?

6. Has anyone ever forced you to have sex when you did not want this?

7. Has anyone ever threatened to have sex with you when you did not want it?

8. Is there someone you are afraid to disagree with because they might hurt you or other family members?

Other Available Screening Resources:

For anonymous inquiries please contact us here or through KCSC’s 24/7 Victim Services Hotline (1-888-987-4561).

 

Domestic violence prevention seminars and workshops

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