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24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline:
(727) 895-4912 | TTY: (727) 828-1269
Outside Pinellas County: (800) 500-1119 | TDD: (800) 621-4202


CASA provides Safety, Empowerment and Prevention programs to help domestic violence survivors & stop the generational cycle of violence.

CASA's vision is a community without domestic violence so that home is a safe place.

CASA's mission is to raise our voices against violence through advocacy, empowerment and social change.

Founded in 1977, CASA is the official 501c3 domestic violence center based in southern Pinellas County, FL. CASA operates the area’s 24-hour hotline and emergency shelter; non-residential programs such as support groups, economic empowerment and legal advocacy; Child Protective Investigative Team support; and community and corporate training.

In addition, CASA’s Peacemakers teach anti-bullying and healthy relationship curriculum to thousands of children each year in the Pinellas County school system.

LEARN MORE:  CASA's History  -  Awards & Accolades


If you are in immediate physical danger, call 911.
CASA's Office & 24-hour hotline: 727-895-4912  (TTY 727 828-1269)
National Domestic Violence help line: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

  CASA, P.O. Box 414, St. Petersburg, FL 33731

  1011 First Ave N, St. Petersburg (second floor)
  (727) 895-4912  -  info@casa-stpete.org


  1011 First Ave N, St. Petersburg
  (727) 828-1233  -  www.casa-stpete.org/thrift

Anti-discrimination policy: CASA provides residential and non-residential services for ALL survivors of domestic violence and their children, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, sex, marital status, disability, immigration status, education, residency, or socio-economic status.  This includes female, male and LGBTQAI+ identifying persons.
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