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If you are in a domestic violence crisis or need Sistercare's services, call our confidential 24/7 crisis line at (803) 765-9428. For general inquiries, call (803) 926-0505.

Develop Your Safety Plan

A safer future is possible.

If you are in a domestic violence crisis or need Sistercare's services, call our confidential 24/7 crisis line at (803) 765-9428. For general inquiries, call (803) 926-0505.

Develop Your Safety Plan

Sistercare helps people identify and leave abusive relationships.

  • Crisis planning, support, and services for those in abusive relationships and their children
  • Long-term support and services for those who have left abusive relationships
  • Healthy relationship education for teens and adults
  • All services are confidential and free
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The Sistercare Blog

April 7, 2022

COVID-19 and Intimate Partner Violence

by Ann Kita Sistercare Executive Director COVID-19 has had a significant impact on all of us. Twenty-four months later, we…

September 19, 2023

Allies of Sistercare: Recognition of IPV as a Public Health Issue

Allies of Sistercare is a partnership between Sistercare and USC Medical School to provide community outreach and educational assistance in helping survivors of IPV and their children to live a life that is violence free. 

September 11, 2023

Fig Columbia Highlights Songbird Café

Continuing our year-long partnership with Fig Columbia, this month the magazine produced a great write up on the tradition…

July 7, 2023

Sistercare Trains DV Professionals from The Republic of Kosovo

Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is an international Public Health, Social Justice, and Human Rights Issue. The State Department in conjunction…

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