Resources for Domestic Violence and Abusive Relationships in Pregnancy
Domestic Violence and Abusive Relationships Resources
Planning Pregnancy: Relationships
Planning Pregnancy: Emotions & Stress
In our section called The Stages of Pregnancy, we have outlined the planning of your pregnancy, each stage of pregnancy, giving birth, and the early period after birth. These links are devoted to relationships, and emotions and stress while planning for your pregnancy.
Resources and Help with
Domestic Violence and Abusive Relationships in Pregnancy
American Institute on Domestic Violence
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Intimate Partner Violence
Futures Without Violence: a website with "Get the Facts," "Get Help" and other resources
National Domestic Violence Hotline: click this link for their website or call 80-0799-SAFE (7233), toll-free 24-hour source for crisis intervention, safety planning, information, and referrals in throughout the U.S., in English and Spanish with access to 140 languages through interpreter services; website has "Get Educated" resources
National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center: information and getting help
Most recent page update: 9/6/2012
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