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Getting Help for Domestic Violence

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There are many ways to protect yourself from Domestic Violence and many free and private resources to help you. One option is to ask the court for an order that protects you from your abuser. This is called an “Order of Protection.” If you want to ask the court for an Order to protect you from domestic violence, it is best to get help from a domestic violence advocate who knows the process and can support you through all the steps and help you stay safe. Visit Domestic Violence Resources first to find help.

Domestic Violence Resources
Read about free and private resources to help you whether you are ready to go to court or not. Learn how a domestic violence advocate can help and where to find one near you.

Orders of Protection
Learn about what different courts can do to protect you from your abuser.

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