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BASTA! Domestic Violence Program

BASTA! Domestic Violence Program

Healthcare Alternative Systems, Inc.

Mental health, legal services, and basic education for survivors of domestic violence.

Services Offered

Domestic Violence Services • Individual Counseling • ESL • Case Management • Support Groups • Legal Aid • Computer Skills • Crisis Intervention


The Basta! (Enough!) Domestic Violence Program provides a wide range of counseling and supportive services for survivors of domestic violence. The top priority of the program is to keep victims and their vulnerable family members safe. Therefore, on an individual and group basis, staff helps participants in the areas of:

  • Crisis intervention
  • Safety planning
  • Court and legal advocacy
  • Gaining access to services

HAS works closely with community partners to link participants with needed resources including children’s services, healthcare, legal assistance, emergency food, and shelter.

The program operates under a trauma-informed, strength-based model that emphasizes empowerment and independent decision making. Participants are given information, encouragement, and support in order to rebuild their lives and achieve safety, self-sufficiency, and peace for themselves and their families.

Services are offered in both English and Spanish and are provided in a caring, supportive, culturally competent environment. The program is completely confidential.


5005 W Fullerton, Chicago, IL 60639 41.9239261 -87.7516232

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish


  • For survivors of domestic violence.
  • Mental health counseling services are charged to client's insurance/Medicaid. If client is uninsured, $15/session fee is assessed.
  • All domestic violence counseling is provided at no charge through group therapy.


  • This service is free
  • Medicaid accepted
  • Private insurance accepted


  • Adults accepted

How to Apply

May walk in for services. Or call to schedule an intake appointment at 773-745-7107.

Referrals also accepted from other social service agencies, court system and Department of Human Services.

Support Group Offerings (prior intake required):

Wednesday: 9:30am-11:30pm (English)
Thursday: 10:00am-12:00pm (Spanish)
Friday: 10:00am-11:00am (English/DCFS Cases Only)

Domestic Violence Court Advocate is stationed at Domestic Violence Court on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:30am-4:30pm, ask for X855 when calling 773-745-7107. Advocate will accompany client to court on another day if return visit is needed. Bi-lingual speaking.