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What can I do if I think I am being abused?

If someone is abusing you, you might feel scared, hurt, sad, confused, angry, embarrassed, or hopeless.

Many people have feelings like these when they are being abused or after leaving an abusive relationship. Help is available.  Talk with someone you trust or call your local domestic/sexual abuse hotline and talk with someone without having to give your name or location.  To find the nearest domestic abuse hotline in WI, click HERE. If you do not live in WI, call the National Domestic Violence Hotline, 1- 800-799-SAFE or 1-800-799-7233.  

Click here for information on Making the Decision to Talk With Someone About Being Abused

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