If you suspect you are in immediate danger, please call 911. For counseling, referrals to national and local advocacy centers, hotlines, and related assistance, please consult the list of resources below.
Guide to local domestic violence shelters
HOTLINES AND RESOURCES
1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) or 800-942-6908 (Espanol)
For families working abroad
Organization that helps sexual assault and harassment survivors, and offers workplace resources
Anti-violence organization providing direct services to survivors
and training to providers
Videophone: 1(855) 812-1001
Abusers may use technology as a control tactic.
This site teaches you security principles used by the military, law enforcement, and other professionals to help you avoid further harm.
How do I know if I’m in immediate danger? Is there a way to assess my risk based on the highest risk indicators for intimate partner or family homicide?
RECOVERING FROM VIOLENCE
Offers scholarships to women who have left an abusive domestic situation and are seeking economic independence.
This foundation helps restore the smiles of adults who have suffered dental injuries (to the front 8 teeth only) due to domestic violence or sexual assault.