Assisting Victims of Domestic Abuse with Hope and Safety
house of loving hands
I am my sister’s keeper. You are not alone.
How we help
House of Loving Hands seeks to empower, encourage and support women and their children. We proudly provide a safe transitional housing alternative to women in the Contra Costa Area/Bay Area.
We teach a multitude of skills to empower women to self-sufficiency and facilitate the reacclimation of our clients to society.
Our mission is to establish a safe haven for abused women and their children. Through counseling, therapy, group sessions, job training, love and support, we work diligently to get our clients back on their feet.
We work to build the self-esteem of the women we serve by celebrating their accomplishments so they can stand on their own platform of success. It is our prayer that the families we serve are healed from the inside out.
Individuals Helped Since 2018
Years Serving Richmond/Contra Costa Communities
June 3, 2023
260 Broadway, Richmond, Ca 94804
Feed the Unhoused
Thanksgiving November 23, 2023
Veterans Hall 968 23rd Street, Richmond, Ca 94804
Sneakers Mardi Gras Ball
December 9, 2023
1000 Gateway Avenue, San Pablo, Ca 94806
December 17, 2023
1503 Macdonald Avenue, Suite A, RIchmond, Ca 94801
Founder Deneshia Clemons
COVID-19 Food Program
COVID-19 food relief program supports families who have been affected by COVID-19 with a one-time, contactless grocery delivery. An intake is required for this program.
Emergency Shelter (i.e. hotel stays)
Counseling and Therapy
House Of Loving Hands has certified counselors and therapists that assist participants in navigating through their traumas and providing mental health services.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic violence is abuse that can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.
What are the different types of violence?
- Physical Abuse
- Sexual Violence
- Emotional Violence
- Psychological Violence
- Spiritual Violence
- Verbal Abuse
- Financial Abuse
What are signs of abuse?
- Damaged Self Esteem
- Social Withdrawal
- Poor Concentration
- Substance Abuse
- Symptoms of PTSD
What are your services?
Emergency Shelter (i.e., hotel stays)
Food – Food will be provided to women and their children while they’re in our care.
Clothing – Emergency clothing will be provided to participants that had to flee immediately.
Resources – Connection to advocates and numbers to organizations that will assist with safety
Covid-19 Food Relief Program – Covid-19 food relief programs supports families who have been affected by covid with a one-time, contactless grocery delivery. An intake is required for this program.
What is your 24-hour hotline number?
What resources are available for victims?
Survivors have many options that range from obtaining a restraining order to reaching out and staying with friends, family, shelters, or calling a local domestic violence shelter or local/national hotline. There is hope for victims. Remember, You’re Not Alone!
If you are in danger, call a local hotline, the National Domestic Violence Hotline, or 911 if it is safe to do so.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline is confidential and anonymous. Support is 24/7. Reach out by calling 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224.
House of Loving Hands 510-730-1162
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