Crime Victim Support
Services include assistance with the forms needed for a temporary restraining order (TRO), and instructions on the filing and services process. People who apply for TROs may include battered women, immediate family members, dating relationships, same-sex relationships and older people who are victimized by elder abuse. Volunteers prepare the legal documents required to obtain a TRO. APPLICATION PROCEDURE Call for information or to apply. Assistance is provided on a first-come, first-served basis; it is recommended that people arrive early as the process may take several hours. Applicants must bring the full name and identifying information of the person to be served. Notes about the domestic violence including details of incidents, the approximate dates the violence or threats occurred, and copies of any police reports or prior orders are helpful, if available. FEES/PAYMENT SOURCE The program requests a $20 donation for processing.
111 N. Hill St., 2nd Fl., Rm. 235
Los Angeles , CA 90012 (Physical)Get directions
1055 West 7th St., Ste. 2700
Los Angeles , CA 90017-2553 (Mailing)