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    The inception of Laura's House was inspired by a true story about a woman called Laura from Orange County who was a victim of domestic violence.

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    It takes dedicated and experienced staff, outstanding support programs and time. Without intervention and education programs, victims of domestic violence...

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    Through the generosity of many people just like you, Laura's House is able to provide services to hundreds of mothers and their children who have come to...

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In The News


Read more about Laura’s House at the forefront of advocacy efforts nationally

The Voice Of Domestic Violence - Spring 2020 Edition

Laura’s House Responds to COVID-19 Stay at Home Order

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The Voice Of Domestic Violence - Fall 2019 Edition

2019 has been a very big year for us, as we have been celebrating 25 years of service to our community...

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Prevention & Education

We feel strongly that through outreach and education efforts we can continue to provide resources and inform our community about the services we provide. We offer various forms of education and see over 25,000 community members per year.

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Lauras House H.E.A.R.T.
We are still offering programs and services

If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency please call 911. You can also call our 24 Hour Hotline 866-498-1511 or the national domestic violence hotline 800-799-7233 for needs and resources. We understand times may be difficult and are here to help.

For any of your immediate needs including shelter, counseling and legal services please call the hotline, 866-498-1511 and your call will be rerouted to those services.