Long Beach, CA - 90808
(562) 421-6537

Su Casa Family Crisis & Support Center

Su Casa's original founder is Petra Medelez.
In 1976, Petra fled an abusive marriage.
Finding refuge at a woman's center, Petra and her children began a new life free from violence.
In 1979, she opened a crisis and hotline service and a 30-day crisis shelter, later receiving non-profit status in 1980.
Since then, Su Casa has grown and expanded its services to include a Transitional Shelter, a Teen Outreach Program, Outreach Services, and a Thrift Store, all in an effort to aid victims and survivors of domestic violence and to educate about the prevalence and prevention of domestic violence.

Su Casa Family Crisis & Support Center Mission Statement


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  • Reply User   2020-02-13 10:15:18

    Looking for houseing I work graveyard but I have a domestic violennce case I need help with houswing i have 2days at my place

  • Reply User   2019-05-14 10:08:59

    Looking for a place I can donate some toys. I have a grandson that has toys to donate.

  • Reply User   2019-08-17 18:09:14

    I'm a 65 yo female, I had a accident and my car was totaled. I'm in need of emergency shelter. Please help me!

  • Reply User   2019-10-22 23:21:59

    I’m in a very bad relationship with kids and need out ASAP! Im a mother of 2 and I’m the the point I’m ready to end my life and just leave everything behind. I need help ASAP !

  • Reply User   2019-12-12 18:51:36

    I have lots of toys from birth to 3yrs that I want to donate to the shelter can you please let me know where I can drop it off.

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