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IMCES is committed to helping stop domestic violence and creating a safe environment in our communities.  IMCES works with courts, probation departments, and shelters to facilitate effective, comprehensive, and coordinated community responses to domestic violence. IMCES provides counseling, case management, advocacy, and full-scope legal services to victims of domestic violence.


IMCES offers a broad spectrum of stigma free culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate services. Our direct services to eligible client include:

Supportive Services

  • Individual counseling

  • Licensed therapy

  • Support Group—Art workshops

  • Domestic violence education

  • Life skills education

  • Advocacy

  • Case management

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Court accompaniment

  • Linkage to community resources

Mental Health

  • Assessment & Intervention

  • Individual therapy'

  • Case management

Legal Services

  • Family law

  • Restraining Order

  • Citizenship

  • Immigration - VAWA and U-Visa applications

  • Employment law

  • Landlord/Tenant

  • Consumer law

  • Benefits Access Assistance



Community presentations for organizations, schools, faith-based programs, and churches.


Our services are delivered in District 2 and District 5 clinics and in the field including shelters and homes.


We provide services in the following languages: Armenian, Russian, Farsi, Spanish, Tagalog, and English​.


  • Residents of Los Angeles County.

  • Families with minor dependent children and indigent single persons who qualify to receive temporary cash assistance.

  • Program participants must be at least 18 years old, low income, and/or currently receiving CalWORKs or GR cash assistance or eligible to receive services.

  • A victim of domestic violence -
    current or past.

My Proposal to make Juneteenth a National Holiday

 – an inspiration toward an inclusionary and just society! 

Juneteenth Proposal for National Holiday