Whether or not you're leaving your abuser,
there are things you can do protect yourself.
A safety plan is a strategy that helps you reduce the risks that you and your children face. Having a safety plan increases your chances of leaving without harm. There is no right or wrong way to do a safety plan. Make it unique to you. Review it often. Make changes as you need to. There is help for you to develop a safety plan. You can ask a social worker, family violence worker, or a police officer to work with you on this.
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A safety plan will help protect you from future abuse.
This can be a stressful and dangerous time for you and your children. Above all else, stay safe and, if needed, call 9-1-1.
We are available to support you and assist with a safety plan. Call our Helpline at (780) 479-0058.
If you are being abused, remember:
You are not to blame for being battered or mistreated.
You are not the cause of your partner’s abusive behavior.
You deserve to be treated with respect.
You deserve a safe and happy life.
Your children deserve a safe and happy life.
You are not alone. There are people waiting to help.