Learn more about how different ways, both big and small, that you can be part of ending sexual assault and rape culture.

Our Mission

The mission of the Contra Costa Alliance to End Abuse is to affect a systems change that reduces interpersonal violence (domestic violence, family violence, sexual violence and human trafficking) by fostering the development and implementation of collaborative, coordinated and integrated services, supports, interventions and prevention activities.


Does your agency or organization want to learn more about human trafficking or trauma informed care?

Learn more about Alliance trainings.



Best practices are the core to quality service from providers and practitioners.

Check out our Calendar for a list of upcoming training opportunities .



Contra Costa County is home to over 1 million residents spread across fifty-three different cities, towns and unincorporated communities throughout the region. Spanning the shorelines of Richmond to the foothills of Walnut Creek, this East Bay Area county derives its name from being on the “opposite coast” of the San Francisco peninsula. The city of Martinez serves as the county seat and is the epicenter for many of the county’s primary services, with many offices also extending into the neighboring areas. Contra Costa County’s stated mission is “to providing public services which improve the quality of life of our residents and the economic viability of our businesses.”

For more information on Contra Costa County, visit the the official website here.