24-Hour Crisis Line (510) 794-6055 If you are seeking assistance in an emergency situation please call 911. SAVE’s crisis line is a gateway to help for anyone who might be experiencing domestic violence. If you’re unsure if what you are experiencing is abuse, give us a call. If you want to leave right now or stay in the relationship or don’t know what you want to do, give us a call. If you have a friend or loved one you think needs help, call us. What to Expect When You Call All calls are confidential. If you call and hear a voicemail message, please hang up and wait a few minutes, then try again. If you need language assistance, our confidential interpreter service will communicate with you in your preferred language. For additional housing, health, and human services resources in Alameda County, call 211. Crisis Response Team SAVE’s Crisis Response Team provides resources and support for domestic violence survivors. To speak to an advocate about: Help filling out a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) Requesting advocate accompaniment to court or a medical appointment Referrals for individual counseling Information about SAVE’s group support offerings Assistance applying for social programs Help with emergency shelter, counseling, food and clothing and more call SAVE’s 24-hour Crisis Line at 510-794-6055. Trained advocates are available to help you day or night.