Mountain Crisis Services
At Mountain Crisis Services, we believe in the personal strength of individuals to make the decisions that affect their lives. We seek to prevent domestic and sexual violence by advocating for positive changes in the societal systems that my lead to oppression, fostering a better understanding of domestic and sexual violence through community education, and providing culturally relevant direct services that empower victims of abuse and their children. We are dedicated to providing services to people in Mariposa County affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
If you’re interested in applying for this training and in becoming a volunteer with Mountain Crisis Services, please go to Volunteer Application Form. In order to participate in future trainings, please fill out an application and a staff person will contact you for a follow-up interview for future trainings.
If you need help today, call our 24 hour hotline. We can help you (and your kids) get safe today. We can provide you with a safe, confidential shelter if necessary. We can help you develop a safety plan and discuss all your options. If needed, we can help you with legal paperwork. We will also help you access resources and provide counseling so you can regain control of your life. Most of all, we will be there for you. When you are ready, we will be here.
We are located at 5079 Hwy 140 in Downtown Mariposa.
24-Hour Hotline: 1-888-966-2350
Mariposa Office: (209) 742-5865
Donate to Mountain Crisis Services. Your gift is tax-deductible and will benefit hurting families.
We are Hiring For a DV/SA Shelter Advocate. Applications are due by December 31, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Please see job description attached DV Shelter advocate JD-1 If you are interested in applying please go to “Current Job Openings” on our website and apply or come by our office and pick up an application.