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Helping Someone in Crisis
If you suspect someone you know may be in an abusive relationship, take action to help. Military OneSource hosts this Helping Someone in Crisis podcast. Listen in to this podcast to learn ways to help those in crisis and to know more about support resources.
Visit Military OneSource at https://www.militaryonesource.mil/products/five-ways-to-help-a-friend-whos-experiencing-domestic-abuse-860/ to learn about the resources and support available to service members and families.
Check out these resources for ways to help a friend affected by abuse:
- United Against Domestic Abuse landing page
- Five Ways to Help a Friend Who’s Experiencing Domestic Abuse PDF
- A Safe Space for Relationship Help: The Family Advocacy Program
Connect with the following resources to get immediate help for domestic abuse:
This episode is part of the Military OneSource Podcast.
- Visit or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233 (callers can speak with victim advocates en Español and more than 140 other languages).
- Find local, 24/7 support via the Domestic Abuse Victim Advocate Locator.
- Connect a teen with support at Love is Respect | Text “LOVEIS” to 866-331-9474.
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