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If you’re in an emergency situation, immediately call 911.
Essential tools and confidential support to help survivors of domestic violence live their lives free of abuse.
Information, support, and advocacy for young people between the ages of 13 and 26 who have questions or concerns about their romantic relationships.
Free legal services and access to the justice system for domestic violence survivors.
Legal resources for victims of abuse, and an Email Hotline providing information related to domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking.
Looking for advocacy and support in your community?
Find your local program in the Statewide Program Directory
Safety planning is a helpful tool that lowers your risk while you assess your situation.
It can be scary to reach out for help but knowing what to expect can make all the difference.
Taking the next steps can feel overwhelming but access to the right resources make it easier.
Domestic violence impacts people across ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.
You can identify abusive behavior by asking yourself a few honest questions.
Although abuse is a learned behavior, it is also a choice and not one that you have to make.
Taking responsibility and getting help through the right sources is key to living non-violently.