The Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence (GCASAFV) provides education, outreach, and training regarding sexual assault and family violence through working with community organizations and strengthening services to address and prevent these issues. The Guam Community Resource Directory serves as GCASAFV’s listing of faith-based organizations, non-profit service providers, and other government and private agencies in our island community. Here you can find a brief description of the agency and contact information for those agencies that make up a network of services for a better Guam.
The Guam Community Resource Directory is not just a phonebook of social services that are available to our island community. This is also an effective communication tool that we encourage individuals and agencies to utilize to connect, communicate, and collaborate with one another. Have questions or comments? Connect with us, email Have questions or need assistance? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 479-2277 and join our email@example.com or call 479-2277 and join our community today!
The GCASAFV members include: Archdiocese of Agana; Association of Individual, Marriage and Family Therapists; Ayuda Foundation/Island Girl Power; Bethel Church Association; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guam; Catholic Social Service/Alee Shelter; Erica’s House; Guam Legal Services Corporation-Disability Law Center; Guam Sexual Assault and Abuse Resource Center Association; Guma' Mami; Behavioral Health and Wellness Center's Healing Hearts Crisis Center; Inafa' Maolek Conciliation; Oasis Empowerment Center; Sanctuary Incorporated; Victim Advocates Reaching Out; WestCare Pacific Islands; Salvation Army; and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church.
Coalition partners include: Community Services and Resources Inc., Pacific Human Resource Services, Inc.; Anderson Air Force Base Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office; Department of Public Health & Social Services ; Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities; Guam Department of Education; Guam National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program; Guam Police Department; Judiciary of Guam; Navy Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program; Office of the Attorney General; University of Guam; US Attorney's Office – District of Guam and NMI.