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Domestic Violence Hotline

Michigan's Domestic Violence Hotline

Domestic violence causes significant and long-lasting trauma to countless individuals and families. Abusers use a pattern of physical, emotional, sexual, psychological, and/or economic manipulation and control over their intimate partners to violate their dignity, security, and wellbeing. Survivors of domestic violence are present in every Michigan community, regardless of sexual orientation, race, religion, ability, age, and gender identity.

If you or a loved one has experienced domestic violence, help is available for you. Michigan’s Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-866-VOICEDV – is a free and confidential resource for victims to call, text or chat. No matter the time – day or night – calls, texts, and chats are answered by trained advocates who can provide you with crisis support and connect you with counseling, services, and resources in your area.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • The VOICEDV Hotline provides confidential and anonymous support for all victims/survivors of domestic violence, their support people and professionals who serve them in Michigan.

  • The hotline is operated by advocates who are trained to provide immediate crisis counseling and referral to local support services.

  • The hotline’s trained advocates provide live, one-on-one, crisis support to those in immediate need. Hotline staff can also connect callers directly to local domestic violence programs/shelters. No matter the time - day or night - we’re here for you. 

  • No. The hotline is anonymous and confidential. What you share stays with us, and you can share as much as you feel comfortable with. 

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