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Battered Women's Program - Zonta House (for Women And Children)

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Baton Rouge, LA 70892
225-389-3001




Class of Housing: Domestic Violence Center

General Information:

Zonta House provides up to 45 days of Emergency shelter for women and women with children. Residents may stay free of charge. The progam has the capacity to house up to 65 people at a time. Other services include: Food, clothing, showers, laudry, counseling and life skill classes. Potential clients may call the 24 hour crisis line at 225-389-3001 or 1-800-541-9706 and determine if this program is appropriate for them. For more information contact The Battered Womens Program or visit the Battered Womens Program website.

List of Services Include
    24-Hour Crisis Line
    Emergency Shelter
    Safety Planning
    Danger Assessment
    Support Groups
    Children’s Services
    Case Management
    Advocacy and Counseling
    Legal Representation for Protective Order Applicants
    Court Advocacy
    Information and Referral
    Relocation Assistance
    Community Education
    Professional Training
    Awareness Events
    Coordinated Community Response Teams


Date Of Last Record Update: 12-21-2018


Website: http://www.stopdv.org/

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