Since CASA’s founding in 1981, there has been a recurrent demand for assistance with cases of violence, particularly domestic violence. In response, the Violence Prevention and Integral Attention program, also knowns as ELEGIR was formed in 2005.

ELEGIR aims to reduce instances of violence and provide services for survivors including comprehensive psychological and medical care and legal advice. The program also offers prevention workshops and information campaigns geared towards youth, women and parents around issues such as gender equality, self-management and psychosocial risk prevention.


CASA offers temporary shelter in cases of emergency and has a 24-hour assistance hotline. If you or someone you know is in a violent situation, please call our 24/7 emergency hotline.

 (415) 124 69 90


Psychologist Consultation

We offer group or individual psychological consultations for children, youth and adults.
To make an appointment call us at:

(415) 1546060

Hours: 8AM to 3PM, M – F


We offer a wide range of workshops on violence prevention which consist of six to nine sessions for one to two hours a day. Contact us if you would like ELEGIR to come to your school or community.

24/7 Assistance Hotline

We have an emergency phone hotline for people in domestic violence situations. We also provide referrals to other services in the community offer temporary shelter to those in need.

(044) 415 1246990

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