Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault - Project Survive

Project SURVIVE helps ensure that people who experience domestic violence and sexual assault can keep their jobs while seeking safety or medical or legal help. If someone at home is hurting you, or if you have been subjected to sexual assault, rape or stalking and are having problems at work because of this violence, we may be able to help.

Know Your Rights Video

Fact Sheets and Resources

Domestic Violence + My Job

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking & Employment: An Introduction to State and Federal Disability Laws

Senate Bill 400 – Anti-Discrimination and Safety Accommodations for Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: Guaranteed Leave to Go to Court & Obtain Services

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking: Taking Leave For Your Own Health Condition

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, And Stalking: Taking Leave To Care For A Family Member

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking: Paid Family Leave Benefits

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking: Unemployment Insurance If You Must Quit

Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking & Work: Survivors with a Criminal Record

Sample Letter from a Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Advocate Certifying a Need for Leave of Absence Under Labor Code Section 230 and 230.1

Non-Employment Help

Domestic and Dating Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Break The Cycle (Youth)

Deaf Hope (Deaf and Hard of Hearing Survivors)

California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Sexual Assault/Rape

California Coalition Against Sexual Assault