Safety Planning

Safety Planning Precautions     

Computer and Internet use can easily be monitored. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer or call 911.

SAFE Toll-Free 1-800-478-2316 or in Dillingham at 842-5316

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE

Email is not a safe or confidential way to talk to someone about the danger or abuse in your life; please call us instead. "Corded" phones are more private than cell phones or cordless.

Keeping Yourself Safe is a Priority!

Depending on the nature of the abuse, your safety plan may be as complex as an escape to another state with a new identity or as simple as going to the next room and closing the door.

The safety plan is much like an escape plan you make in case of a fire. It describes precisely what to do when you see the tension building or violence occur. The plan can include trusted people in your life, and you may want to share a copy of your safety plan with them.

You can also download this plan by clicking here. But remember, do not leave this anywhere that could put you in further danger.