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Who helps you if domestic violence?
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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
5 doctors agree
In brief: Domestic violence
There is help when you're involved in domestic violence.
There are counseling, safe houses, educational materials, etc. Specific shelters and resources vary by community. You can call the national domestic violence hotline -- 1?800?799?safe(7233) -- and they will help you find what's available where you live. http://www.thehotline.org/.

In brief: Domestic violence
There is help when you're involved in domestic violence.
There are counseling, safe houses, educational materials, etc. Specific shelters and resources vary by community. You can call the national domestic violence hotline -- 1?800?799?safe(7233) -- and they will help you find what's available where you live. http://www.thehotline.org/.
Dr. Pamela Pappas
Dr. Pamela Pappas
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Dr. Ernest Bordini
Clinical Psychology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Victim advocacy
There are usually domestic violence shelters and resources in most communities.
We created a website with a number of links to resources for victims of crime and domestic violence: http://www.Crimevictimhelp.Com/.

In brief: Victim advocacy
There are usually domestic violence shelters and resources in most communities.
We created a website with a number of links to resources for victims of crime and domestic violence: http://www.Crimevictimhelp.Com/.
Dr. Ernest Bordini
Dr. Ernest Bordini
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Dr. Kathryn Seifert
Clinical Psychology
2 doctors agree
In brief: DV Hotline
the national domestic violence hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
the website is http://www.thehotline.org/. It lists State hotlines where you can get information on shelters in your state. Counseling can also be helpful. There are counselors that can help in every community. You might call your local health department. ake care.

In brief: DV Hotline
the national domestic violence hotline is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).
the website is http://www.thehotline.org/. It lists State hotlines where you can get information on shelters in your state. Counseling can also be helpful. There are counselors that can help in every community. You might call your local health department. ake care.
Dr. Kathryn Seifert
Dr. Kathryn Seifert
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