SAVE believes in preventing relationship abuse from happening in the first place.Whether through awareness campaigning or our Loves Me, Loves Me Not presentations, we address societal attitudes towards violence and facilitate discussion about the warning signs of abuse, the cycle of violence, and the foundation of a healthy relationship with youth.Learn more about our free Loves Me, Loves Me Not presentations and our recent Stronger Than You Think campaign!
We’re proud to announce that in 2015, all South Alameda County cities honored SAVE’s Youth Empowerment efforts with Proclamations recognizing our efforts to bring the issue of teen dating violence to the forefront in our communities.
Talking about intimate partner abuse can help you gain perspective and begin the process of healing.
SAVE offers free, confidential individual counseling. Whether you are currently in a relationship or have experienced past abuse, we can help provide you with tools to break the cycle of violence.
About SAVE’s Individual Counseling Program: If you are experiencing intimate partner abuse or have been abused in the past, you may be feeling depressed and frustrated.
Your self-esteem may be low and you may also feel isolated from family, friends, and your community.
Please know that you are not alone — SAVE is here to help.
Our free Drop-In Support Group can help you gain perspective, connect with other survivors, and improve your self-image.
Please be on time as latecomers interrupt the flow of the conversation and will therefore not be allowed entry.
Please do not bring children as we do not have childcare available.