Due to the smokey conditions and hazardous air quality, our office is providing remote services through Friday 9/3/21. If you need assistance, please call our crisis line at 530-544-4444.
SUPPORTING FAMILIES EXPERIENCING VIOLENCE
Empowering Choices, Inspiring Change
Live Violence Free believes in a survivor-driven model of empowerment - that means you are the expert in your own life. We respect the decisions you make, for you and your family’s well being. Our role is to help you achieve your hopes and goals for a future free of violence.
What We Do
Creating Choices For
You and Your Family
Live Violence Free is committed to promoting a violence-free community through education and advocacy to address domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and basic needs.
We work to empower survivors, elevate their voices, strengthen our community, and stop the cycle of abuse.
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We provide critical services to real people
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SUPPORT IS AVAILABLE
Call 530 544-4444 for Help
YOU DESERVE SAFETY
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
HEALING IS POSSIBLE
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A Gorgeous Photographic Calendar of South Lake Tahoe
Grab an ornament off the virtual Christmas tree at Live Violence Free and make a wish come true!
Our Volunteers Have H.E.A.R.T.
Give us a piece of your heart and start making an influential difference today! We are always seeking caring community members like you to join our volunteer program!
Star Volunteer of the Month
For over 5 years, Kate McCullough has dedicated herself to volunteering in the basic needs program on a weekly basis. Her kindness and smile make others smile. She is caring and driven to help provide basic needs to those in need.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
One Conversation Conference
Live Violence Free Presents the 1st Annual Virtual One Conversation Conference Coming January 2022. Dates Announced Soon.
The conference is focused on trauma & victim services. We encourage clinicians, therapists, social service professionals, victim advocates, educators, and students to attend.
Earn Continuing Education Credits & Register Today!