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Everyone Needs a Safe Place
24 Hour Hotline: 423-727-1914
Office Line: 423-727-0202
Or Dial: 911
Have the phone numbers of a domestic violence shelter, police and a physician.
Plan a means of getting out of the house, including a rope or ladder, if necessary.
Pack a change of clothing for yourself and your children. Leave these items with a friend, if necessary.
Work out a code with a neighbor or friend you trust so you can signal that person to call the police if you can't.
Teach your children how to use the phone in an emergency.
Have both a primary destination and a secondary choice if you leave. Choose places that aren't obvious to the batterer.
National Domestic Violence Hotline Safety Planning Brochure
24-Hour Crisis Line
Information & referral for Legal, Medical, Social Services, Mental Health, and others
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