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What should I do if I am in immediate danger?
If you are in immediate danger, call 9-1-1. If you are in your care provider’s office and you feel safe for the moment, you may want to ask your provider if the office has a private space and phone so that you can call to speak with someone at a domestic violence / sexual assault service provider program. These programs have staff available 24 hours /day to talk with you confidentially about your concerns and help you with options for safety, advocacy and support.
Click here for information on locating an advocacy program.