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Programs and Supportive Services for Victims of Domestic Violence
A specific plan you make and update with the help of an advocate to help you manage risks from your abuser in all parts of your life.
Safety Planning with Children
Safety planning with children should include ways that your children can stay safe when violence is happening in your home.
Victim's Rights Advocacy
A Victim's Rights Advocate can help you in many ways to navigate your unique situation.
Domestic Violence: The Effects on Children
Children can be exposed to domestic violence in many ways.
Teen Relationships: How to distinguish the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Safe At Home
The Safe at Home address confidentiality program to assist victims of domestic violence, stalking, human trafficking, rape, or sexual battery by shielding their personal information from public record and providing them with a safe and secure way to participate in our democratic process.
If Someone You Know Is Being Abused
What can you do to assist victims caught in the web of domestic violence?
What Employers Should Know
Employers can provide understanding of the complexity of the issue of domestic violence that victims may face, while establishing a work environment discouraging to domestic violence.
What Every Congregation Needs to Know
What can the church do to prevent domestic violence?