If you send a text, you will immediately receive a response notification that you will be texted back from a secondary number.
Standard text rates may apply.
Your information will be kept anonymous and confidential.
Digital abuse is a tactic of domestic violence when abusers hurt, threaten or intimidate their partner through the use of cell phones, computers and social media.
Choosing to seek a shelter may be a part of your individual safety plan.
Anyone can be in serious danger if their abusive partner has a gun.
We are called upon to wear red to acknowledge thousands of young women and girls who go missing each year.
Knowing and understanding your options is vital. We can help you idenitify legal services.
Abuse isn't always physical. Read more about the different types of abuse.
Test your knowledge about domestic violence.
Learn more about the issues Tribal members may face when reporting domestic violence.
There are many myths around intimate partner violence, particularly around victims who identify as men
These programs allow personal information to be withheld from being shared if it is specifically designated as confidential.
A safety plan is a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe in a relationship.
Find answers to common questions.
Homicide is a leading cause of death for American Indian and Alaska Native women.
Helpful tips to keep your information and activities private.