Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. Learn about options available for victims, service members, their partners and families.

No relationship is perfect, but it’s important to recognize the warning signs of abuse. Most relationships consist of both healthy and unhealthy behaviors, which don’t always appear overnight. Each person’s situation is different. The Family Advocacy Program provides and coordinates a range of services and works in coordination with key military components and civilian agencies.

Military OneSource Services for Domestic Abuse

You have options for getting help:

You can call any of the following free and trusted resources 24/7 to learn about your reporting options, connect with a victim advocate or create a safety plan. In immediate danger? Call military law enforcement or dial 911.

Contact a domestic abuse victim advocate.

Receive judgment-free support from a professional near you.


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Call the Hotline.


The National Domestic Violence Hotline will provide information, resources and support.

800-799-7233

Chat with an advocate.

Visit thehotline.org to chat with a highly-trained advocate for confidential and compassionate support.

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