Resources

Figuring out what you want to do while involved emotionally and/or physically in an abusive relationship isn’t easy, especially when you might feel alone or overwhelmed. Maybe you’re still hoping that things will change or you’re afraid of what your partner will do if they discover you’re trying to leave. Whatever your reasons support is available.

There are many resources available for abused and battered individuals throughout the country including but not limited to crisis hotlines, shelters, legal services all staffed with compassionate, trustworthy people.

You deserve to feel good about the choices you’re making.  Choices for yourself and, if it pertains, for your children. Start by reaching out.

If you’re not sure and/or confused about what to do send me a private message on the Contact page and together we will start the process of making some very positive changes in your life.

Right now is as good a time as any to start living the life you were meant to live!

Help Guide: A Trusted Non-profit Resource

Amnesty International’s Stop Violence Against Women Campaign

Women’s Law (legal support to victims of DV and sexual assault)

California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board

Womens Health (US Dept of Human Services)

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Domestic Violence

Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence

 

 

Sexual Abuse and Assault, Rape, and Incest

RAINN: Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network

Women’s Justice Center

Support Information, Rape Crisis Centers and Hotlines

Sexual Assault Help | safehelpline.org (help for Department of Defense community members)