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1175 N East St Anaheim CA 92805 USA


To welcome, shelter, comfort, heal, encourage and strengthen victims of Child abuse and family violence, and to prepare them to reenter the community to lead stable, non-violent lives, free from fear and intimidation. — To Break the Cycle of Child Abuse

Target demographics:

break the cycle of child abuse

Direct beneficiaries per year:

2,054 people

Geographic areas served:

Orange County


Shelter - The Eli Home has two shelter homes; a transitional living home and a shared living home (permanent housing). Children from 0 to 12 years of age and their mothers are welcomed into a transitional living shelter home, which provides long term housing (up to one year). Once they have graduated the program, they can apply for the Shared Living Program. Shelter and staff are available 24/7. The Eli Home accepts families of all racial, religious, and economic backgrounds as long as at least one child between 0 and 12 years old in the family is a victim of abuse and neglect. Case Management - The Case Manager meets with client families when they enter the shelter and evaluates their need for job training, employment, life skills training and transportation. Together with clients and other staff, the Case Manager devises an action plan specific to the client’s needs, establishes links between

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have been a volunteer Therapist form the families at the Eli home for the past year. I was amazed at the amount of structure and education that is provide to each family. The Eli Home services a verity of multi cultural families from all walks of live. The groups and one-on –one therapy is designed to build family unity, self-esteem, healthy relationship, budgeting, and life skills. The Eli Home offers their families a new beginning for a safe and healthy life. The families come to the Eli Home broken and defeated but, when they leave the home their eyes are full of hope for a new happy life.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

a better understanding of the family unit

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

I woudl expand it to L.A.

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I have been a volunteer for several years for the Eli Home; helping with the construction with the shelters as well as helping out at fundraising events and the Thrift Store. I have seen firsthand why this organization has been around for 27 years and I have seen the impact it has made on the children and mothers who come to live at the Eli Home. Their program gives hope to families who have suffered through terrible abusive situations. They educate the children and mothers on how to live violent-free lives as well as help the mothers with affordable housing and employment so they can improve the quality of their lives. With all non-profits, it’s hard to survive especially in this economy so my only hope is that the mission and message of the Eli Home will reach many future supporters.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

helping with the 2010 Eli Home Christmas Party. I was able to meet many of the families and even hear some of their personal stories and triumphs. I was able to see the positive and long-lasting impact that the Eli Home made on these families...so much so, that I caught myself tearing up on several occasions throughout the day. To be honest, I am a macho construction worker who has trouble showing my emotional side, so for me to tear up means a lot!

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

EXPAND! The only changes I would make to this organization would be to expand! More shelters, means helping more families who need it the most. The growing number of child abuse cases in Orange County sickens me and with more shelters we can counsel, educate, house, and encourage more victims of domestic violence.

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Did the organization use your time wisely?

Very Well

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What one change could this group make that would improve your volunteer experience?

My volunteer experience is always a pleasure with this organization and to improve my experience I would say that they could organize more fundraisers a year so that I can volunteer even more!

Did your volunteer experience have an effect on you? (teaching you a new skill, or introducing new friends, etc.)

I met new friends at the Eli Home Christmas Party. The other volunteers that were there were all very nice and I gained many valuable friendships. I also befriended a boy and his family at the party and about a week later surprised him with a new bike. So I would say that the biggest positive effect would be the new relationships I gained while volunteering.

How did this volunteer experience make you feel?

It made me feel grateful for what I have and grateful of how I was raised. I never experienced being physically abused by my parents so when I saw what these families have gone through and how much they have had to overcome, I quietly thanked God for the great things that I have been blessed with.

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