Get Freedom!

This page is to reach out to those trapped in an abusive or unhealthy situation. These resources are to help you to reach someone who is safe and can help you.

**I have marked the contacts that you can click on their website and they will automatically re-direct you to another page that will not be saved on your web history. Anyone tracking your computer will not be able to see that you have previously visited that site.

Information about Internet Safety

Planning a Safe Escape

The National Domestic Hotline – 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (home page)

The National Center for Victims of Crime

This helps you pinpoint the victimization as well as where ever you are in the U.S. There are several listed here for all types of issues!

**Resources for the Deaf

Tips for planning an escape:

  • Be ready to leave at a moment’s notice. Keep the car fueled up and facing the driveway exit, with the driver’s door unlocked. Hide a spare car key where you can get it quickly. Have emergency cash, clothing, and important phone numbers and documents stashed in a safe place (at a friend’s house, for example).

  • Practice escaping quickly and safely. Rehearse your escape plan so you know exactly what to do if under attack from your abuser. If you have children, have them practice the escape plan also.

  • Make and memorize a list of emergency contacts. Ask several trusted individuals if you can contact them if you need a ride, a place to stay, or help contacting the police. Memorize the numbers of your emergency contacts, local shelter, and domestic violence hotline.
  • If you are concerned they will suspect you are trying to escape, pretend you are sick. At like you are cold and wear layers of clothes that day.
Ideas Of Safe Places:
  • Church
  • Shelters (listed on links above)
  • Fire Stations
  • Do NOT go to urgent care facilities or local clinics. They will send you directly to the emergency room. Skip a step and go directly to the emergency room!
If you are in a safe space to make a phone call, their 24-hr Hotline is available
512.267.SAFE (7233)
512.927.9616 TTY for the Deaf community
source: SafePlace
  • 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.

    I remember feeling trapped, alone and without hope. BUT GOD,gave me the strength to get out! He is inside of you! You were not created to live like this! You are beautifully and wonderfully made! A Child of the King! You are Royalty!


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