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WEAVE Services for Survivors

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

The majority of WEAVE’s services are offered out of its Midtown Services Center at 1900 K Street in downtown Sacramento. To view a full listing of WEAVE’s services, WEAVE Services  en Español WEAVE Servicios or WEAVE Services Flyer in Large Print Format

24-Hour Support & Information Line

Call 911 if you are in immediate danger.

All of WEAVE’s services can be accessed by calling the Support and Information Line. WEAVE’s 24-Hour Support and Information Line offers immediate intervention and support by trained peer counselors. Help is available in over 23 languages.

Call whenever you feel the need to talk, regardless of whether the incident just occurred, or occurred months or even years ago.

(916) 920-2952

Walk-In Triage

If you are interested in starting counseling services,  the WEAVE business office located at 1900 K Street is open M-F. We will do our best to see you as soon as possible, but there may be a wait time to see a counselor. 

Domestic Violence Group Counseling

WEAVE provides free 15 week group counseling to help women and men address the many issues related to being a victim of intimate partner/domestic violence. To start group counseling, clients must first attend a walk-in triage/intake assessment during scheduled hours. CPS clients must complete a triage assessment and an individual pre-session prior to starting group.

Individual Counseling

WEAVE’s counseling program provides a safe environment to talk about one’s experiences and gain tools needed to cope with difficult emotions, improve one’s sense of self-esteem, self-determination and safety. 

Depending on the service you are seeking, counseling may be free or offered on a sliding scale. Counseling is offered for trauma, loss, parenting, relationship issues, and more. 

Couples or Family Counseling may be offered based on assessment of safety and needs.

Therapist are trained in evidence-based and trauma-informed practices.