Intimate partner violence is a complex societal program with a legacy of oppression. The Nuevo Día (“New Day”) program offers a range of bilingual services to incorporate strength and resiliency toward healing, well-being, and healthy family interactions.
Therapy: Survivors of intimate partner violence and their children receive individualized therapeutic services, build self-confidence and resilience, work toward concrete goals, and devise a safety plan.
Case Management: Case managers assist survivors with accessing community resources, securing services, locating emergency assistance, and working with the police department.
Legal Support: Survivors and their families receive help in accessing legal resources and remedies and in navigating the complicated court system.
Batterers Intervention Program: The Otro Camino ("Other Path") program provides individual and group counseling services focused specifically on the batterers.