Domestic Violence Shelters offer a lot to victims:

"An information highway for victims of domestic abuse."™ 
Did you know. . . 

For many victims leaving is not an option. There may be nowhere to go with few or no resources existing within the community to offer help. Or, if help is there and you do not know how to get it.
That is why we are here, we want to help victims by arming them with information and resources to help them leave an abusive situation. And by helping them find out, there is life after abuse!

Victims  of abuse need your support
It is important to remember that if you have a family member or loved one who is in an abusive situation, they need your help. . ..
Please keep in mind:  Remember that they have been verbally assaulted and might believe the bad things about themselves that they have been hearing. They will be afraid that you will judge them, so be sure to not do that.
It is very important for a victim to be told and to believe 
that they do not, nor does anyone, deserve to be abused. 
Convince the victim that help is available, 
and make sure you know how to assist in finding that help.

U.S. Department of Justice
Office for Victims of Crime 
810 7th Street NW. 
Washington, DC 20531

Women's Advocacy Pro Se Packet
Web: www.women-law.org
The Women's Advocacy Project 
Pro Se Protective Order Packet 
consists of forms & information 
which enable women to represent 
themselves in Court in Protective 
Order Hearings. 
Partnership Against Domestic Violence
What to expect when you call:
If you are a Georgia resident in need of assistance, 
call the 24-hour toll-free crisis line at 
1.800.33.Haven (42836). 
If you are outside of Georgia, please call the 
National Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline at 800.621.HOPE (4673).
PADV’s Metro Atlanta Crisis Lines
404.873.1766 V/TTY (Fulton Crisis Line)
770.963.9799 V/TTY (Gwinnett Crisis Line)
PADV accepts collect calls to our crisis lines.
For resource information specific to your state, please follow the links here:
Washington D.C.
Domestic Violence Crime Watch: www.sharemorgancounty.org

Asian multilingual 24-hour crisis hotline: (408) 975-2739

Línea de Emergencia Nacional para Violencia Doméstica: (800) 799-7233 

The Women's Center - www.womencentertc,org (817) 927-4040 
Hotline: 817-927-2737





Sunshine Behavioral Health

First Choice Social Services

Ina Mae Greene Foundation "For My Sisters"
4116 S. Carrier PKY #280
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
United States
ph: 972-290-0742
fax: 972-346-6254
The information contained on this website is for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute legal or medical advice.  We are not doctors, lawyers or law enforcement.   Please do not use the information you read here as a replacement for either.  Do not rely solely on what you read here to determine how you will leave your abuser. Contact a shelter, police, or victims’ service organization for help with safety planning and more information on how to leave an abusive relationship.  
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