Are you:

Looking for a way out of an abusive relationship?

Looking for a guided womens or adolescents group to share your experiences, feel secure with, and to heal and learn from?

If you are an employer, can you use tools to train your staff on how to help create healthy relationships?

Make the change

What if we told you there is a way to combat abuse before it even starts?

The hardest part is deciding to make change and contacting us. We can help you focus positive energy into positive behaviors. Your positive behaviors have the power to benefit others and spark changes which spread like wildfire.

Our goal at End DV is to help healthy relationships become the norm and to continually replicate for future generations. Take a look at the benefits our solutions can bring you through individual consulting, support groups or corporate training. All services are offered in English or Spanish.

Benefits for you and your community:

  • Be able to advocate on your own behalf.
  • Reduce domestic violence recidivism
  • Reduce the risk of children resuming the cycle of abuse
  • Increased motivation for positive changes
  • Safer, respectful healthy relationships

Benefits for your classroom:

  • Academic achievement
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Relationships free of abuse
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Emotional resiliency
  • Increased confidence

Benefits for your business:

  • Safer workplace
  • Increased productivity from your employees
  • Reduced lost days from work
  • Reduced medical and health costs
  • Better intervention and prevention skills
  • Ability to recognize and respond to abuse
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Is this an emergency?

Do you need help? If this is an emergency Call 911, or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at:



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P.O.Box 731002
San Jose, Ca 95173
Call to set up an appointment.
(408) 807-5955

Meet Teresa Pedrizco

Teresa Pedrizco has a wealth of personal and professional knowledge as a domestic violence survivor and advocate. She has worked in the Domestic Violence field for over 10 years for various agencies in Santa Clara County. She has been a part of the Santa Clara County Human Trafficking Coalition and is published in the book "Shout Out: Women of Color Respond to Violence."

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