GETTING OUT:

A Process Learned from the Courage & Wisdom of Survivors

The Getting Out Guide will help you identify the signs of an abusive relationship and how to leave a dangerous situation.

The Safety Planner offers guidance on what to take with you, where you can go, and who you can contact for help.

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When you click on the images of the Getting Out Guide and the Safety Planner, it will download them to your device. 

 

You can also view the Getting Out Guide and the Safety Planner by clicking the chapters below.

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  • Click on the Quick Exit button at the top of this page if someone comes along and you do not want them to see what you are viewing.

If you are in danger, or require emergency services, call 911.

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