Our Program

Safety Alliance Group is a structured program led by certificated staff with an extensive history of working with the justice system. Our staff members specialize in various areas such as domestic violence, anger-management, sexual abuse, divorce, and separations. We work in collaborative with DCFS, family court, probation, parolees, and the criminal court system. Services at Safety Alliance Group include individual Counseling, couples, family, group counseling, child abuse awareness program, Anger management classes or Individual sessions, Parenting classes age appropriate, Co-parenting classes and one and one as need it, Toddler and Me’ Program.

13173 Osborne St Pacoima, CA 91331
(818) 455-2152

(818) 814-4506

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A message for the Director:

"I am proud to be part of a passionate team that is known for providing high quality care while addressing the origin and causes of violence. Our services are focusing on our community needs and those most impacted by violence. I am grateful for been a small part of our community and working in collaboration with other agencies and the legal system, is given us the opportunity to continue helping our community to make a better and safe world for our next generation".

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Maria Leyva

Virtual services and In-person


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Individual counseling is a place where your feel safe to confront your fears, worries, anger, sadness, hopes, dreams and disappointments can be explored confidentially and without judgment. Individual Counseling will help you to help yourself and loved ones. .


Couple facing challenges conflicts, betrayal and disappointments, despair, confusion, and lack of understanding/ communication found in struggling relationships. The couples therapy is focusing in helping couples to find a healthy way of communication and making better choices to protect their family.


Families Therapy, including parents, adult children, and siblings. Family Counseling focuses on meeting the needs of a family unit by looking at the individual relationships within the family.


Toddler and me’ Program focuses on using playful techniques of play to help children and parents bonding and communicate. Both parents are encouraged to participate with their child/children to create a stronger bond while learning through play.


Group Counseling focuses on meeting individuals’ emotional needs and goals in a group setting with multiple clients at once. Group counseling is a social support that helps individuals relating to others and help recognizing that one is not alone.


Our program is for twenty- six (26) or fifty -two weeks (52) The program is for the participants to learn basic understanding on anger triggers To learn the difference on, anger, aggression, rage, and manipulation Communication skills- assertiveness Conflict resolution Jealousy and the misperception of disrespect Understanding co- dependency Understanding boundaries Stress management setting boundaries .


Our court order 52 weeks program for the aggressors; The program provides a secure and save place where the clients can process, explore, and define own past abusive behaviors; therefore, participants will gain tools and methods to establish safe environment for themselves and their families to avoid further involvement with the legal system. The participants are encouraged to evaluate their own personal behaviors to unlearn unhealthy behaviors and learn to control their emotions.


Our program is for twenty-six (26) and fifty-two weeks (52). The main goal of the program is to help the participants to learn to cope with their emotional trauma and anxiety symptoms; to help them to learn the basics on domestic violence, (emotional psychological, physical, controlling behavior, jealousy, financial abuse. Domestic violence / cultural beliefs and adjustment challenges, the emotional trauma on children when they witnessed abused at home; to learn the emotional trauma children suffered after a family separation, education on substance abuse, drugs alcohol along with their responsibilities with the legal system and the DCFS department.


Our program is for (16) sixteen, (26) twenty-six, and (52) fifty-two weeks. Our (16) weeks program is very basic and has very little impact on parents due to most parents attend the program only because they feel pressure by the legal system and 16 is a very short time. The 26 weeks is the more complete program. The participants have more time to understand their situation and have more time to deal and cope with their feelings as well as they are learning to take consequences of their involvement with the legal system. The 52 weeks is the most completed program and it’s recommended for both parents to attend. Either living together parents or separated parents. The program is for the participants to learn skills on how to deal with the transaction of their children's developmental stages, for parents to learn to work as a team when raising their children, for parents to help improve their children's self- esteem, and learn to apply positive communication skills within the family environment; to learn the trauma impact children suffered when witnessing domestic violence at home and after a family separation, for parents to learn to stablish good communication environment for their children at home along with other important topics related with the program and the legal system.


The program is for sixteen (16), twenty-six (26), and fifty-two weeks (52). Our (16) weeks program is very basic and has very little impact on parents due to most parents attend the program only because they feel pressure by the legal system. The 26 weeks is the more complete program. The participants have more time to understand their situation and have more time to deal and cope with their feelings. The 52 weeks is the most completed program. It is recommended for both parents to attend. Either living together parents or separated parents. The co-parenting Program helps the participants to learn how to co- parenting; Joint Legal Custody works after a separation or divorce; the co-parenting agreement and collaboration among each other for the medical, legal and financial wellbeing of their children. Parents learn to communicate with their ex-partners to implement emotional stability and close relationships for the wellbeing of their children. The participants learn to communicate by using the legal system to communicate with the other parent, when dealing with a difficult ex-spouse excessive demands and control. 
Family Wizard, Talking Parents Children Learn What They Live; the participants will learn the psychological effects on children when witnessing fights and aggression among parents, the PTSD children suffered after a family separation.


Our program is for twenty-six (26 ) or fifty- two (52) weeks. It is recommended for the participants to complete the program and be consistent with their attendance for them to benefit from the consistency of the program. The education is very intense and full cooperation is recommended. Some of the topics approach in the program as follows. Sexual Abuse trauma on minors Review and understanding The Megan’s Law Basics facts about the Psychological Trauma on sexual abused victims Alcohol and substance abuse Family culture, the legal system and lack of parental control in the home Parental isolation of a child Facts about sex offenders Vs. relatives Inappropriate touching Inappropriate communication approach towards the victim No one is prepared for these unfortunates when it happens to a child. Been there and learn to comfort the child is critical.


Why Supervised Visits These are may reasons why the judges may require a professional agency to be involved imn supervised visit or child exchanges. In most cases there are safety issues, like allegations of domestic violence, child abuse or child abductions. Or a parent that wish to spend time with a child. they’ve never had a relationship. What happen if a parent doesn’t show up for the visitation. The involved agency will build a report and report to the court the situation. The court will order the noncomplying parent to follow the court order, or the noncompliant parent may face civil or criminal penalties, which in. the most cases include jail time.

Intake Assessment / Case Management Services Community services

Intake Crisis Intervention Referrals services. 

● Referrals services
● Education and assistance on victims of Crime Program. 

● Education and referrals for the U-Visa services. 

● Emergency Shelter referrals services. 

● Education on DCFS Cases process & assistance on plan review. 

● Restraining Orders information, guidance and referrals.
● Self –Help, organizations referrals services

● Counseling referral services. 

Los Angeles Courts System Services Referrals



Los Angeles Superior Court
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Self Help Center
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Our Children First Program
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LAPD Stations
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Los Angeles Probation Department
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Homeless Shelter Services
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Employment Developer Department
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