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Are you being domestically abused?

There are places you can go for help, you do not have to go through this alone.
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Nikki Fisher

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Are you being domestically abused?

YWCA Domestic violence program Emergency hotline is available 24 hrs!
4o2-345-7273 Here you can seek help for you and your family to build lives of strength, growth, and stability The YWCA with also provide you with
opportunities to create and take steps
on the path toward self-determination and self-
sufficiency. The mission is achieved through programs and services that include domestic,
violence advocacy, career services, counseling services, preventive training education, as well as nonviolence programs 222 S 29th St
Omaha, NE 68131 Or you can contact by email
for general questions!
info@ywcaomaha.org Domestic violence There are places in Omaha Nebraska
that you can turn to! Heartland Family Services FREE of charge due to a wonderful staff of volunteers! All services are free for victums and survivors! Here you can get shelter and protection.
You are safe here! Feel assured to know that there
is staff waiting 24 hrs a day for
you call!
1-800-523-3666 Or you can drop by
2041 S 42nd St
Omaha, NE 68105 hartlandfamilyservices.org Domestic Violence Coordinating Counsil In the DVCC's eyes, there is NO excuse for domestic violence! There was an average of 12,515 domestic 911 calls made in 2008.
Only 9,707 knew to call a domestic hotline. Do not let this be you!
402-398-9928
For the DVCC it is believed
the #1 objective is to have a
safety plan. Here you can find shelter and
are offered the option of coming
and staying without reporting. Free Lawyer Available! Jackie Madara-Campbell You can reach her at
402-934-6232 She specializes in domestic violences
cases and is there to help you get through
your hard time. Her office is located at
209 S 19th St. Suite 675
Omaha, NE 68102 "She is not afraid to fight the fight, even if it's new, unchartered territory." Ready to Report your Abuser? Call 911 Get in contact with the Omaha
police department! Omaha police department's mession statement:
"In partnership with our community, provides impartial, ethical, and proffessional law enforcement services and protection. We strive to maintain the trust and confidence of our citizens while working to improve the quility of life." For immediate protection the police department
has any fire station available for them to place you
in as a safe house. For any questions you may have you can call
402-444-5825 Are You Military? If so family advocacy program is there to help Go to Offutt AFB and there you will
find confidential help
Bldg. 88, Rm 221
2501 Capehart Rd.
Offutt AFB, NE 68113 Or you can give them a call
402-294-7839 Family Advocacy is dedicated to spousal and child abuse prevention, education, prompt reporting, investigation, intervention and treatment. We provide a variety of services to soldiers and families to enhance their relationship skills and improve their quality of life. Here you can go cost free and
if you choose to keep it between you and them that is
where it will stay Domestic Violence Information Line-espanol If spanish is your first language they are here for you! Through this hard time they are here so make it easier on you by cutting out the language barrier. 402-502-2031 Ste 205, 8990 West Dodge Road, Omaha, NE 68114 You have questions, they
have answers and are ready
to help you!
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