How to get help

If You Need Help

Help for Abused Partners
24-Hour Crisis Line and Office 970-522-2307

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1−800−799−SAFE (7233)

How Can You Help Someone You Think Is Being Abused?

If you believe someone you care about is being hurt by their partner:

Educate yourself by contacting a local domestic violence agency.

Listen to the person you are concerned about, in a non-judgmental manner.

Let them know there are resources available.

Understand that leaving an abusive relationship is a difficult thing to do.

Allow her to make decisions at her own pace.

What can you say?

I’m afraid for your safety (and the safety of your children.)

You don’t deserve to be abused.

This is not your fault.

There are places to call for help.

Call us to talk about it.

Call Help for Abused Partners
24-Hour Crisis Line and Office 970-522-2307

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1−800−799−SAFE (7233)