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폭력피해자 지원 프로그램

한인가정상담소는 한인 이민 가정폭력 피해자를 위해 문화적 이해를 바탕으로 한 전문 심리 상담 및 중재 역할과 지역사회교육 및 아웃리치를 시행하면서 한인가정에서 일어나는 가정폭력의 악순환을 끊고자 일하고 있습니다.

 

특별히 가정폭력 피해 여성 및 아동을 위해 한인가정상담소에서는 여러 후원자들의 지원과 성원으로 “벤자민홍여성아동센타”를 개관하여 안전시설 및 주 중 저녁시간에도 가능한 서비스를 확충하였습니다.

Learn how you can join KFAM’s Gender-Based Violence Program! 

폭력피해자 지원 프로그램

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프로그램 &서비스 :

  • 24 핫라인

  • 법원/경찰서/병원 대동 서비스

  • 인컴 보조 및 &사회 보장 혜택 도움

  • 통번역 서비스

  • 재정 독립 교육

  • 52 주 가해자 프로그램

  • 한인 종교지도자 파트너십​

  • 40시간 가정폭력 교육 및 2데이 리트릿
  • 직업 교육 및 취업지원
  • 주거 보조
  • 가정법 지원 클리닉
  • 어린이 워크샵
  • 긴급 쉘터,법률 지원 등서비스 연결

폭력 피해자/트라우마 서비스

한인가정상담소 상담가들은 가정폭력의 피해자들, 성폭력 및 아동학대를 겪은 아동을 위한 전문 심리 상담치료를 위해 훈련되어 있습니다.

위기 상황의 대처에서부터 트라우마 상담에 이르기까지 피해자들이 회복의 과정을 거쳐 폭력으로부터의 삶을 재건하는 길을 돕습니다.

위기중재, 사례관리, 트라우마 관련 전문 심리 상담, 피해자 보호 및 주거, 법률, 사회 지원 서비스 연결을 도와드립니다.

만약 가정폭력 피해자일 경우 24시간 핫라인(213) 338-0472, 이메일 gbv@kfamla.org 으로 연락 주세요.

  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at (213) 389-6755.

언제? 예약 필수.    

비용? 무료

어디서? KFAM (3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020)

등록 및 문의: Call (213) 389-6755 혹은 핫라인 (213) 338-0472, 이메일gbv@kfamla.org

가정폭력 피해 라이프 비욘드

가정폭력피해 라이프비욘드는 한인가정 폭력 피해자들을 위한 서포트 그룹 입니다.

가정폭력 프로그램 담당자/임상 심리상담가들이 진행하는 대그룹은 피해 여성들이 고립되지 않고 다른 참석자들과 함께 안전한 환경에서 필요한 정신적인 지지와 회복을 위한 도움을 드리고자 하는 모입니다. 

가정폭력에서 생존한 여성 및 현재 가정폭력으로 고통받고 있는 두 그룹의 여성을 모두 포함하는 모임이며, 이후의 삶에 있어서 필요한 격려와 건강한 삶을 위한 길을 함께 모색해 가는 시간이 될 것입니다.

 
  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at (213) 389-6755.

언제? 매주 목요일 10시부터 12시까지 

비용? 무료

장소? KFAM (3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020)

감독 방문

한인가정상담소의 감독 방문 프로그램은 법정 명령으로 만나지 못하는 가정의 부모와 자녀들이 안전하고 문화적인 거부감 없이 만나실 수 있는 장소를 제공하고 있습니다.

LA 인근 지역의 유일한 한국어 감독 방문 서비스를 제공하는 단체로서, 전문적인 훈련을 거친 이중언어의 모니터 요원이 한인가정상담소에서 안전한 환경 가운데 감독 방문을 가질 수 있도록 도와드립니다.

  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at (213) 389-6755.

비용? 인컴에 따른 비용부과,경제상황에 따라 무료 서비스 가능.

등록 및 문의: (213) 235-4839 or 이메일 admin@kfamla.org 로 연락 주시기 바랍니다.

무료 가정법 클리닉

한인가정상담소는 아태법률재단과 LA 법률 보조재단과의 협력을 통해 매월 첫째, 둘째, 셋째 주 수요일 오후에 무료 가정법 상담을 해드립니다.

이혼, 자녀 양육권, 가정폭력 등 가정법으로 어려움을 겪고 계신 분들을 위해 한국어가 가능한 변호사를 통해 법 상담 및 조언과 경우에 따라 법원에서의 도움도 제공해드리고 있습니다.

*전화예약으로만 가능합니다.

 

문의:Call us at (213) 600-7311 또는 이메일 gbv@kfamla.org

  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at (213) 389-6755.

언제? 변호사와 상담이 필요하실 경우 꼭 예약을 하셔야 합니다.

가정법률클리닉은 매월 첫째 & 세째주 수요일에 가능합니다.

어디서? KFAM (3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020)

예약 및 문의:  (213) 600-7311 or 이메일 gbv@kfamla.org 로 연락 주시기 바랍니다.

가해자 중재 프로그램

한인가정상담소는 LA 카운티의 보호감찰국(Los Angeles County Probation Department)에서 유일하게 인정한 한국어 상담 서비스 제공 기관입니다.

저희 상담소에서는 한국어로 가정폭력 가해자들이 의무적으로 받아야 하는 법정 명령의 52주간의 가해자 교육 프로그램을 받으실 수 있습니다.

가정폭력 가해자 교육 프로그램을 통해 가해자들은 자신들의 분노와 감정을 건설적으로 조절하는 방법 및 갈등 조절을 배우는 것과 동시에 같은 문제를 가진 이 프로그램의 다른 참석자들과의 협력을 통해 스스로와 안전에 관한 인식을 성숙시킬 수 있습니다.

문의: (213) 235-4862 혹은 이메일 chkim@kfamla.org

 
  • Who is a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    A Resource (Foster) Parent is someone who provides a temporary safe, stable, and loving home for a child or children. You will help them reunite with their birth parents or family member when the family problems have been resolved. Being a foster parent is a major responsibility. KFAM provides personal training, support, financial and medical assistance to foster parents.
  • Am I Eligible to Become a Resource (Foster) Parent?
    Flexibility, a sense of humor, willingness to grow and learn, and a commitment to provide a safe, stable, nurturing, and loving home for a child. You may be single, married, divorced, or living with a partner. You may live in an apartment or house, as long as you have enough room for the child. No minimum income is required, but you must be able to support yourself. For working parents, appropriate childcare arrangements need to be made. You may be of any race, ethnicity, culture religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • What Resources Are Available?
    Personal Support Your social worker will prepare, train, and support you through the foster preparation process. You will also be connected with community resources that you might need. If you choose to adopt a child, post-adoptive services are available to all adoptive families. Financial/Medical Support You will receive medical and dental coverage for your child, as well as monthly financial support until the child is 18. Also, if a child has mental health and/or medical needs, increased foster and adoption assistance payments are available.
  • What is the Application Process?
    There is no fee to become a Resource Parent (Foster and/or Adoptive Parent). With a completed application, it takes about 3-6 months to go through the process; but remember everyone’s situation is different and therefore timeframes will vary. Once you are approved, the type of child who you want to parent will affect how quickly a child can be placed with you. If you would like more information about becoming a Resource (Foster) parent, please do not hesitate to call us at (213) 389-6755.

상담료는? 상담료는 소득을 기반으로 적용되며 자격 요건에 따라 pro bono (무료) 서비스를 제공해 드립니다.

언제? 월요일 1:00 pm~3:00 pm / 수요일 5:30 pm~ 7:30 pm

어디서? KFAM (3727 West 6th St., Ste. 320, Los Angeles, CA 90020)

예약 및 문의: (213) 235-4862 or 이메일 chkim@kfamla.org 로 연락 주시기 바랍니다.

한인 종교지도자와의 협업

KFAM은 지난 10년 동안 1,700명 이상의 한국 종교지도자들과 함께 가정폭력 예방교육을 하고 파트너십을 맺었습니다.

40시간의 가정폭력 전문가 교육, 1박2일 수련회, 종교지도자 콘퍼런스, 종교 자문위원회 월례 회의 등을 통해 가정폭력에 보다 효과적으로 대응하고 지역사회 구성원에게 도움을 주고 있습니다.

 

안전 계획 준비

가정폭력, 성폭행, 학대 및 폭력을 경험하고 있다면, 준비를 하고 안전한 장소를 찾아주세요! 24시간 운영되는 경찰서나 가까운 병원을 방문하세요

지참해야할 소지품:

  • 여분의 집 열쇠 및 차 열쇠

  • 중요한 전화 번호 및 주소

  • 영주권 카드

  • 현금

  • 운전 면허증이나 주발급 ID

  • 여권

  • 소셜 시큐리티 카드

  • 출생 증명서

  • 혼인 증명서

Brochures

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Gender-Based Violence Program (English)

Asian Supervised
Visitation Service

Sexual Assault
Cartoon (English)

Sexual Assault
Cartoon (Korean)​

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