A Personal Safety Plan is a blueprint for you to follow when you leave your abuser. Everyone has a different set of circumstances, so take what you can use from our blueprint, then tailor the plan to fit your needs. We suggest you call a shelter or local law enforcement in your area, or call the National Domestice Violence Hotline for more information to assist you in personalizing your safety plan. 

WE WANT YOU TO BE SAFE! 

"An information highway for victims of domestic abuse."™ 
Our Blueprint
Your safety is the most important thing. Listed below are tips to help keep you safe. 

If you are in an abusive relationship, think about. . .
If you consider leaving your abuser, think about. . .

REMEMBER!
Abusers try to control their victim's lives. When abusers feel a loss of control - like when victims try to leave them - the abuse often gets worse. Take special care when you leave. Keep being careful even after you have left.

ITEMS TO TAKE, IF POSSIBLE
  
 Money
 Keys to car, house, work
 Extra clothes 
 Medicine
 Important papers for you and your children
 Birth certificates
 Social security cards
 School and medical records
 Bankbooks, credit cards
 Driver's license
 Car registration
 Welfare identification
 Passports, green cards, work permits
 Lease/rental agreement
 Mortgage payment book, unpaid bills
 Insurance papers
 PPO, divorce papers, custody orders
 Address book

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DISCLAIMER
The information contained on this website is for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute legal or medical advice.  We are not doctors, lawyers or law enforcement.   Please do not use the information you read here as a replacement for either.  Do not rely solely on what you read here to determine how you will leave your abuser. Contact a shelter, police, or victims’ service organization for help with safety planning and more information on how to leave an abusive relationship.