Resources help women and men escape from domestic violence and provide the tools to find safety, support, and freedom. Several organizations have provided links to their guides and checklists to help people escape. The resources below can help you or a loved one find freedom from domestic violence.

National Resources on Domestic Violence:

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Safehouse Denver

Domestic Shelters 

Focus Ministries

Domestic Violence: How To Get Help When You’re Scared Of The Consequences

50 Shades of Gaslighting

Parenting Children and Youth Who Have Experienced Abuse or Neglect

How to Create a Comforting Home for Abuse Survivors

2018 Guide on Dating Violence – Stop Violence Against Women

Empowering Internet Safety Guide

Safe Connectivity Tips for Domestic Violence Victims

66% of Children Suffer Trauma by the Age of 16

Technology, Teens and Domestic Violence


Financial Articles for Domestic Violence:

Rebuilding Finances After Financial Abuse

Financial Escape Plan

Free Grants for Women

Financial Help for Domestic Violence Survivors

Financial Assistance for Single Moms

Single Parent Resources for Starting a Business


Addiction Articles for Domestic Violence:

The Recovery Village

Addiction and Domestic Violence

Drug Dangers

Drug Use on College Campuses Today

Addiction Campuses Domestic Violence Guide

Domestic Violence Awareness Through Wristbands

2018 Guide: The Link Between Childhood Trauma And Addiction In Adulthood

Domestic Abuse Guide

Domestic Violence and Drug Abuse

Alcohol and Drug Rehab for Domestic Violence Victims

Grief Guide

Understanding Grief

Addiction Group and Domestic Violence

Online Safety for Women and Girls

Parenting Resources:

Scholarship Opportunities

Book Resources:

Deeply Wounded HopeJamalon iBooks Kobo Kindle Nook

الأمل الجريح 

Why Is It Always About You – Sandy Hotchkiss

Not to People Like Us: Hidden Abuse in Upscale Marriages – Susan Weitzman