Get Help for Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
If you are reading this page, more than likely you or someone you know needs help. Maybe you‘ve just been attacked or assaulted. Maybe you’ve had an abusive partner for a while. Maybe something happened a while back that you are just now ready to confront. Or maybe someone you know needs help.
No matter how scared, hurt, angry, humiliated or desperate you feel right now, you need to know that this is not your fault. And despite the confusing emotions you may be experiencing, there is one thing you can be sure of: There are people here to help you. The sooner you can get that help, the sooner you can regain control of your life.
Do You Need Help Now?
You may need immediate help: If you have been injured, call 911.
Or you may be looking for a safe place to stay and wondering how to make an escape. No matter what you need right now, learn how to get step-by-step help.
Supporting a Victim
If you suspect a loved one is the victim of domestic violence or sexual assault, please know you can, as a support person, contact HAVEN at any time for support and information. Learn how to help someone else.
Resources and Hotlines
You may feel you’d like to do some more research before seeking out help. We have compiled a list of resources that is general to domestic and sexual violence as well as specific to certain situations or subjects, such as children, teens, legal and more. Find local resources and hotlines.