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Where To Get Help

Getting Help

If any of these things are happening to you in your relationship, talk to someone to learn more about dating violence. It may be time to seriously evaluate the safety in your relationship. 

 

You Do Have Choices.

Making decisions about relationships can be a difficult struggle. It can be the most dangerous time for women when leaving an abusive relationship, so it is very important to plan for safety.

It is a good idea to find people in your community who understand abuse and can help you make a plan for staying safe. Call any of the following offices for help.

On Campus:

Counseling Center     270-809-6851

Women's Center        270-809-3140

Public Safety              270-809-2222

 

Off Campus:

Merryman House Domestic Violence Center

24 Hour Crisis Line 1-800-585-2686


If you are not sure about the resources in your community, call the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association at 502-695-2444 or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE. 


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