Monarch Services in the News

8/3/18- KSBW-TV: Crime rate drops in Santa Cruz

7/13/18- California Health Report: For Survivors of Violence in Central America, Survival Can Be a Matter of Life or Death

6/16/18- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Monarch Services stands with immigrant survivors

5/31/18- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Ana Ventura Phares heads Monarch board

5/4/18- Univision: Someteran propuesta  para beneficios a victimas de crimen (Proposal submitted for crime victims)

4/26/18- KSBW-TV: Woman fights off would-be rapist in Santa Cruz

4/4/18- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Start by Believing campaign brings #MeToo awareness to Santa Cruz

3/21/18- Register Pajaronian: Blazing a path for women

1/14/18- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Under threat of deportation, immigrant parents helped to designate caretakers

11/21/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Human Trafficking protections by T-visas not widely known in Santa Cruz County

11/8/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Human trafficking ‘the new crack cocaine,’ police say

11/6/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Santa Cruz County unveils kid-friendly interview center for child victims

10/23/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Santa Cruz County reports more domestic violence, offers resources

10/9/17- The Mercury News: Santa Cruz, Monterey counties still hubs for human trafficking

9/28/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Santa Cruz County sexual assault exams taken to Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

9/9/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Name Dropping: A commitment to helping others

9/4/17- Register Pajaronian: Monarch Services celebrates 40 years

5/16/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Santa Cruz County supervisors OK nonprofit funding

3/21/17- Good Times: Undocumented parents prepare for the worst

1/23/17- Santa Cruz Sentinel: Coalition targets human trafficking in Monterey Bay region

4/28/16- KSBW-TV: Dozens of men walk a mile in heels for sexual abuse victims

2/2/16- KSBW-TV: 4 Santa Cruz massage parlors busted for prostitution

1/10/16- Santa Cruz Sentinel: The Grateful Garment Project ships thousands of shirts for victims of sexual assault

6/5/14- PBS: Three plans to stop rape in the fields