Providing services to victims of domestic and sexual violence since 1983
Personal Safety Plan
To increase my safety and the safety of my family, I can do some or all of the following:
1. When I have to talk to my abuser in person, I can:
2. When I talk to my abuser on the phone, I can:
3. I will make up a "code word" for my family, co-workers, or friends, so they know when to call for help for me. My code word is:
4. When I feel a fight coming on, I will try to move to a place that is lowest risk for getting hurt such as:
or (at work):
(at home) (in public)
5. I can tell my family, co-workers, boss, or a friend about my situation. I feel safe telling:
6. I can use an answering machine or ask my co-workers, friends or other family members to screen my calls and visitors. I have the right to not receive harassing phone calls. I can ask:
to help screen (home) (work) my phone calls.
7. I can keep change for phone calls with me at all times. I can call any of the following people for assistance or support if necessary and can ask them to call the police if they see my abuser bothering me.
8. When leaving work I can:
9. When walking, riding or driving home, if problems occur, I can:
10. I can attend a support group for women who have been abused. Support groups are held:
11. Telephone Numbers I Need to Know:
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program:
The above was adapted from the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
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