Path to Safety
No matter where you are in your relationship, planning for your emotional and physical safety is extremely important.
Help for Friends and Family
Are you concerned that a friend, family member, coworker or someone else know may be in an abusive relationship? There are ways you can help.
Help for Survivors
Are you struggling after leaving an abusive relationship? Survivors may face ongoing emotional or safety concerns but there are methods for surviving and thriving after abuse.
Help for Abusive Partners
If you identify as abusive or you’re concerned that your behaviors may be unhealthy or harmful to your partner, we can help. Learn about the potential for change.
If you are considering taking legal action against an abusive partner, learn more about your options and rights.
We provide education, outreach, and support for the deaf, deaf-blind, and hard of hearing communities.
Pets & DV
Looking for a safe haven for you and your pet? Find pet-friendly shelters with the Safe Havens Mapping Project.
What to Expect When You Contact The Hotline
You might feel anxious about reaching out for help. Here’s what to expect when you contact us.
Tech & Social Media Safety
Technology is ever-changing, and it can be used to jeopardize your safety or as a means to keep you safe.