Planning to Be Safe - Martha's House
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Safety Planning

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Being safe and having a plan to stay that way is a difficult task for anyone suffering abuse. Whether you are staying in the relationship or leaving, our advocates will assist you in developing a safety plan customized just for you.

 

Safety planning is for those:

• Living with an abuser – because the danger can occur at any time.
• Planning to leave – because few abusers allow their victim to leave peacefully.
• Living separately – because danger often increases after a survivor leaves or stops a relationship.
To create a safety plan with a domestic violence or dating violence advocate, please call:

 

Contact Martha’s House for help: (863) 763 0202