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Help with Domestic Violence

32 Items to Pack When Escaping Domestic Violence

  1. Cash and prepaid credit cards that can’t be traced.

  2. Keepsakes.

  3. Small toys or books for your children.

  4. Personal journals, images and other evidence proving abuse.

  5. Clothing.

  6. Car, house, and other important keys.

  7. Eyeglasses, contact lenses, hearing aids and any other medical devices.

  8. Pet purchase, maintenance and medical records, plus leash.

  9. Current medications and prescriptions for yourself and your children.

  10. Your address book or cell phone contacts.

  11. Prepaid cell phone or a cell phone with a new contract and number.

  12. Phone calling cards.

  13. Set up  post office box or safe address where you can forward your mail.

  14. Small valuables you could sell if need be.

  15. Checks,  Credit cards, ATM cards and PIN numbers.

  16. (Do not use these once you have moved away, they can be trackable)

  17. (Drain the Bank Account ASAP, And Open a new One in Your Name)

  18. Birth Certificates.

  19. Car title, registration, and insurance documentation.

  20. Apartment rental agreement, or house deed.

  21. Financial records and bank account numbers.

  22. Immunization records.

  23. Your children’s school records.

  24. Health insurance cards and medical records.

  25. Records of any police reports you have filed.

  26. Legal protection or restraining orders.

  27. Marriage, divorce and custody papers.

  28. Green card or immigration papers

  29. Government benefits card.

  30. Work permits.

  31. W2s and paystubs.

  32. Driver’s license and/or passports.

  33. Social security cards for yourself and your children.

REMEMBER DO NOT TRY TO DO THIS ALL AT ONCE, PLAN AHEAD IF YOU CAN AND PUT EVERYTHING IN A SAFE PLACE  WHERE THE VIOLENT PERSON WILL NEVER EXPECT, LIKE A REALTIVES HOME, A PO BOX / SAFE DEPOSIT BOX IN ANOTHER CITY TO NAME A FEW.

MAKE SURE YOUR KIDS ARE SAFE WITH SOMEONE YOU TRUST

IF YOU HAVE TIME TO ESCAPE BY YOURSELF, IF NOT, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A CLOSE FRIEND OR REALTIVE OR A HELP GROUP TO RELY ON IN THIS TRANSISTION

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DO NOT LOOK BACK !!!!!

IT WILL BE HARD AT FIRST, BUT IT WILL BE A LOT BETTER FOR YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN IN THE LONG RUN !!

REMEMBER WHO YOU WERE BEFORE YOU GOT INTO THIS ABUSIVE RELATION,!!!

 

BECOME THAT PERSON AGAIN

BE HAPPY AND START TRYING NEW THINGS IN LIFE !

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Domestic Violence and Abuse

Recognizing the Signs of an Abusive Relationship and Getting Help

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Some Warning Signs

He often makes demeaning remarks about you, your family, or your friends, either when you are alone or when you are with others

He usually ignores your wishes or feelings

He tries to control every aspect of your life, insisting on knowing your whereabouts at all times and making all decisions for you

He yells at you, pushes or shoves you, or threatens you

He tries to talk you into making inappropriate expressions of affection

You can hardly do anything without worrying whether it might in some way irritate him

 

Constant criticism or insults may indicate that a relationship is unhealthy