Resources

Now that you know how to stay safe and gain access to resources securely, use any of the following resources to help you. Please remember to access these resources securely- either visit the pages in  private browsing mode or using a tool like the tor browser bundle, or make sure to clear your history after visiting.

Personal Data Removal Workbook: An easy-to-follow guide that helps you remove traces of yourself online.

Summon help (without looking like you’re summoning help): An infographic showing different ways to summon help in an emergency when it’s not safe to call 911.

Create a safety and security plan: This tool will allow you to generate your own safety plan and send it to an email address that only you can access.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline: Phone hotline and chat to get help, or simply talk to someone that cares.

Shelter and Safe House Search: Search for local resources. If they’re not currently using our Shelter and Safe House Security Plan, please feel free to refer them to this page.

Other Resources and Links: A large list of resources maintained by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

 

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