The Good Shepherd Shelter is the first domestic violence shelter in Los Angeles, serving battered women and their children for 110 years. The Good Shepherd Shelter provides a safe, nurturing environment in which mothers and their children can heal, reawaken their dignity and self confidence, and learn the skills that will help them stop the cycle of domestic violence.


Join Good Shepherd Shelter and USC School of Social Work at our first Summit on Domestic Violence. We will start the summit at 8:30 with a welcome from Sr. Anne Kelley, the Executive Director of Good Shepherd Shelter, followed by a keynote from Marilyn Flynn, the Dean of USC School of Social Work. The panels will begin at 9 AM, each lasting about 40 minutes, with Q&A. Register today! If there are any questions, email


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