Military Protective Orders

This page includes information about Military Protective Orders and their protection on military bases

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Information for Fee Waiver

Ask for a Fee Waiver if you can't afford filing fees

Domestic Violence Information from the Courts

This resource will help you understand how the California Court defines domestic violence, restraining orders, where to get help and find other resources.

Domestic Violence Information

This resource by the Women's Law organization will assist you in answering the following questions: What is domestic violence? Who does domestic violence happen to? What are the laws against domestic violence and can they help me?

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

Domestic Violence and Tribal Law

This page includes general information about domestic violence in tribal law, information on tribal protection orders, and links to other online resources for domestic violence on tribal land.

Seeking Protection from Domestic Violence

The court can help to prevent acts of violence with restraining orders, forms, resources and FAQ.

Types of Restraining Orders

A restraining order protects someone from being physically or sexually abused, threatened, stalked, or harassed.

Domestic Violence Information

This resource by the Women's Law organization will assist you in answering the following questions: What is domestic violence? Who does domestic violence happen to? What are the laws against domestic violence and can they help me?

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Staying Safe

These pages provide tips to help keep you as safe as possible while you are still in an abusive relationship, when you are preparing to leave, and after you have left.

Technology Safety Plan

This resource from the Safety Net Project describes how survivors of intimate partner violence or domestic violence can make a safety plan to protect their digital privacy.

Ask WomensLaw.org a Question!

The purpose of this Email Hotline is for WomensLaw to provide basic legal information, referrals, and emotional support.

Building Your Case: How to Document Abuse

Documentation of your partner"s abusive behaviors can be an important component of your case.

Domestic Violence Help Near You

This map is a useful tool for finding domestic violence organizations in your community who are Members of the Partnership.

National Domestic Violence Hotline and Chat

Call (800) 799 - 7233 for Trained advocates are available to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. TTY: (800) 787 - 3224 and Videophone (855) 812 - 11

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Staying Safe

These pages provide tips to help keep you as safe as possible while you are still in an abusive relationship, when you are preparing to leave, and after you have left.

Teen Line

If you have a problem or just want to talk with another teen who understands, then this is the right place for you! Call, Text, or Email. Check out "Ask TEEN LINE", find resources in Youth Yellow Pages, or join conversations with other teens on message boards.

Domestic Violence Information from the Courts

This resource will help you understand how the California Court defines domestic violence, restraining orders, where to get help and find other resources.

Domestic Violence Information

This resource by the Women's Law organization will assist you in answering the following questions: What is domestic violence? Who does domestic violence happen to? What are the laws against domestic violence and can they help me?

Ask WomensLaw.org a Question!

The purpose of this Email Hotline is for WomensLaw to provide basic legal information, referrals, and emotional support.

Building Your Case: How to Document Abuse

Documentation of your partner"s abusive behaviors can be an important component of your case.

Can a Domestic Violence Restraining Order Help Me?

The court can help protect people who have been abused or threatened with abuse by someone you dated, lived with, or are related to.

Domestic Violence and Tribal Law

This page includes general information about domestic violence in tribal law, information on tribal protection orders, and links to other online resources for domestic violence on tribal land.

Domestic Violence Help Near You

This map is a useful tool for finding domestic violence organizations in your community who are Members of the Partnership.

Information for Fee Waiver

Ask for a Fee Waiver if you can't afford filing fees

Military Protective Orders

This page includes information about Military Protective Orders and their protection on military bases

National Domestic Violence Hotline and Chat

Call (800) 799 - 7233 for Trained advocates are available to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. TTY: (800) 787 - 3224 and Videophone (855) 812 - 11

New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful.

Seeking Protection from Domestic Violence

The court can help to prevent acts of violence with restraining orders, forms, resources and FAQ.

Staying Safe

These pages provide tips to help keep you as safe as possible while you are still in an abusive relationship, when you are preparing to leave, and after you have left.

Teen Line

If you have a problem or just want to talk with another teen who understands, then this is the right place for you! Call, Text, or Email. Check out "Ask TEEN LINE", find resources in Youth Yellow Pages, or join conversations with other teens on message boards.

Types of Restraining Orders

A restraining order protects someone from being physically or sexually abused, threatened, stalked, or harassed.

What Are the Different Types of Dating Abuse?

Explore the tabs below to learn a few of the common types of abuse so you can better identify them.

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