Domestic Violence Education

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Do you know someone who is being hurt? Or someone who is causing harm? Are you worried about what might be happening in a loved one’s relationship? You are not alone—we are here to help!

This guide will help you support someone who is struggling in their relationship—and to take care of yourself while you’re doing it. People are more likely to turn to their community (friends, family, YOU) than they are to professionals.

Survivors tell us that what matters most is having someone in their life who is there for them, without judgment, to bounce ideas off, get support, and lean on when things are tough. You can be that person. These tips and tools will help you get started. Get started here: Friends & Family Guide 

A Safety Planning Worksheet

Safety planning is way to try to help survivors of domestic violence develop tools that can help them be safe during times when safety is compromised. Safety planning allows survivors to be able to plan out in advance possible scenarios that could arise and how to respond to those. Get started here: DIY plan 

Healthy Relationship Quiz

Wondering if your relationship is healthy? Take this quiz to learn more.

 

 

Additional Resources

Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 562-6025

National Domestic Violence Hotline: (800) 799-7233 or 800-787-3224

National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline: (866) 331-9474 or (866) 331-8453

Protection Order Notification: (877) 242-4055

(Washington) Statewide Automated Victim Information & Notification: (877) 846-3492