While You’re Waiting To Chat

We hate to make you wait — but we’ll be with you as soon as we possibly can! While you have a minute or two to spare before chatting with one of our advocates, please feel free to check out some of the resources below:

Help for Friends and Family

Are you concerned that someone you care about may be in an abusive relationship? Read more about how to help a friend, family member, teen or coworker.

Safety Planning

Creating a plan to keep you (or someone you love) safe while in an abusive relationship is a necessary and important step. These ideas can be used while you are still with your partner or after the relationship has ended. If you’re currently in an abusive relationship, your safety is of primary importance.

WomensLaw

Concerned about keeping your kids, filing for divorce, or getting a protective order? WomensLaw.org is a good place to start, with state by state information about all kinds of legal issues related to domestic violence.

Hotline WordCloud

Wondering about the safety of your foursquare check-ins? Unsure how to start a conversation with your new partner about setting boundaries? Browse this comprehensive “cloud” to quickly find the website content you need through a word or phrase — from red flags to Real Housewives.

One Love Danger Assessment

Your safety is really important to us. If you’re in a relationship, it can be tough to step back and view it from an outside perspective. Take this assessment to see if you’re safe — or at risk — with your current or ex-partner.

Military OneSource

Are you or someone you know concerned about domestic abuse? This is a great site for military personnel and family members seeking resources and materials about domestic violence services. They have comprehensive info about support, reporting options and more.