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Domestic Violence Resources

If someone you know is in an abusive relationship — or if that someone is you — there are places you can turn for help. The following is a list of resources for victims of domestic violence:

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
(800) 799-SAFE (7233)
or 800.787.3224 (TTY)

National Network to End Domestic Violence
(202) 543-5566

American Psychiatric Association (APA)
(703) 907-7300

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Phone: (202) 745-1211
Phone: (303) 839-1852
Fax: (202) 745-0088
Fax: (303) 831-9251

The National Center for Victims of Crime
(202) 467-8700

Futures without Violence
(415) 678-5500
FAX: (415) 529-2930

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
(800) 537-2238
FAX: (717) 545-9456

The Battered Women's Justice Project
TOLL-FREE: (800) 903-0111 ext. 3
Phone: (215) 351-0010
FAX: (215) 351-0779

National Battered Women's Law Project
Phone: (212) 741-9480
FAX: (212) 741-6438

(800) 994-9662

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline 
(866) 331-9474

Safe Place 
(512) 267-SAFE

Break the Cycle 

Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN)
(800) 656-HOPE

Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence
Phone: (800) 313-1310
FAX: (415) 252-8991

A Women's Guide to Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
(866) 386-1608

If you believe you need immediate assistance, please call your local emergency number or the mental health crisis hotline listed in your local phone book's government pages. Because DrPhil.com does not operate, supervise, or exercise any control over any of the therapists, resources or referral services listed, it makes no representations or warranty whatsoever, either expressed or implied, regarding any information or advice provided by these referral services. In no event shall it, Dr. Phil or the producers of the show be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on information provided by these therapists, resources or referral services.


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