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How can my partner’s violence be reduced or stopped?How will I meet my family’s basic needs?How can I help my children?
Will life be better if I stay or if I go?


The advocate helps me learn what rights I have, how to navigate the legal system and how to take my power back. The advocate gives support, hope and encouragement.

— Survivor from Washington, Meeting Survivors’ Needs through Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services & Supports: Results of a Multi-State Study by NRCDV (November 2011)

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