The REVIVE program provides services to victims, of family violence, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, and their children.
Family Preservation: Domestic Violence Emergency Support, Prevention, and Educational Services for victims of family violence and their dependents.

Services include:

  • Safety Planning
  • Access to civil and criminal courts and other community services
  • Case Management
  • Court Accompaniment
  • Restraining Order Assistance
  • Filing Paperwork at Court
  • Parenting Classes (Court Approved)
  • Prevention Programs
  • Intervention
  • Education
  • Referrals to community social services
  • And more…

Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Exchange Program. Our program offers a safe and culturally sensitive environment for families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking. It is not uncommon for people separating, to need temporary assistance in arranging for and carrying out visitations between parent and child(ren). Our goal is to reduce children’s exposure to relationship violence and promote safety for victims of violence and their dependents.
Supervised visits: supervision of the non-custodial parent and the child(ren), which allows the opportunity for the non-custodial parent and child(ren) to communicate and interact with each other on a one-on-one basis in a relaxed, supportive and safe environment.

Sexual Assault: Sexual Assault Support, Prevention and Community Education
Community Education
Increase awareness

SART Team: Multidisciplinary inter agency team of individuals working collaboratively to provide specialized sexual assault intervention services. This team provides coordinated, community victim-centered retorts to adult and child victims. The aim of the team is provide a safe tribal community, with an increased capacity for services in health care, victim advocacy, law enforcement, and the criminal and tribal justice systems in order to respond more effectively to victims of sexual violence. It is projected that this team will improve the disposition of sexual assault cases in the criminal justice system, which will ultimately hold the perpetrator accountable and will lead to more thorough investigations and successful prosecutions.

The REVIVE team may be reached by calling (619) 722-7215.

  • Jacqueline Manley, REVIVE Program Coordinator
  • Nicole Aguilar, Victim Safety Advocate/Safe Havens Visitation Supervisor,
  • Willow Rouillard, Program Advocate

REVIVE team serves Kumeyaay members, their families, as well as non-tribal communities of the East San Diego County area.