The best way to complete a personal Safety Plan is with a Domestic Violence Victim Advocate.
Why Plan for Safety?
Types of Safety Plans
- Safety while living with the batterer
- Safety planning with children
- Safety planning with pets
- Safety planning during pregnancy
- Emotional Safety planning
- Safety planning when preparing to leave the batterer
- Safety planning when leaving the batterer
- Safety planning after leaving the batterer
For additional information regarding safety planning please visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline: Path to Safety or call the statewide hotline or the national hotline for assistance.
The Statewide Hotline at Women and Children First reach trained advocates 24/7 to get support and to plan for safety. 1(800)332-4443
The National Domestic Violence Hotline reach trained advocates 24/7 to get support and to plan for safety. 1(800)799-SAFE (7233) or 1(800)787-3224 TTY
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