National Domestic Violence Resources

The National Domestic Violence Hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

Their website is
Please contact this domestic violence hotline if you are being abused or have any questions about abuse.



The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website is

This website has information about DV and even safety planning.

If you are in immediate danger, please call 9-1-1.

Or for anonymous, confidential help, 24/7, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (SAFE) or  1-800-787-3224 (TTY).



11 thoughts on “National Domestic Violence Resources

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  2. Together, we can All come together and fight this battle against abuse, and for the abused. We stand and not alone we fight against violence of any kind! Jesus will help us along the way. God is gathering us together, because we are obeying, for what we’re supposed to be doing. He Is!

    Healing is coming, and we are survivors! Through everything, we’ve made it, come with us and join! God says that Live, you will have independence!
    God Be With You, Today and Everyday here on in!
    One Love! ♡ Unity each Out With All !!!

  3. I am in an abusive relationship and have just asked him to move out. He said he was going to make it difficult just for fun

    • Pam, I am so sorry that you are experiencing these traumas in your life. Please call the DV Hotline and talk to someone. Please make sure that you are safe. Unfortunately, what’s “fun” to many abusers has a totally different definition than “fun” to victims. So many abusers are sadistic. Please be safe. I will be praying for you!

  4. Having read your comments and posts, I felt more enlightened. I am in an abusive relationship as well. The only difference probably is that my husband has a Paranoid Personality Disorder. I feel that I know and understand what he is going through its just that most of the time he cannot control himself because of this disorder. I try to understand him as much as I can yet it still is painful to have to go through all the pain, sacrifice. But I know and have kept my faith and relied unto God’s promise knowing HE knows every bit of pain and tears we have. He said “this too shall pass” I know God will put an end into these sufferings so I hang on and keep a grip and keep my faith despite all circumstances

    • Hi Sirchee! I understand how you feel. I have seen others go through abuses but they prayerfully know that they are supposed to stay. We all have a different calling on our lives so just continue to seek God for His will for your life. Sometimes He puts us in difficult places because it the catapult that keeps us seeking His Face. His desire is intimacy will each of us. I pray for healing for your husband and yourself and that both of you will be delivered from this illness that is affecting both of your lives. May God’s Grace and Mercy be poured upon you both with abundant blessings throughout the new year! God bless you!!

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