Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend and Wellness at the Spa proudly support Hope’s Door.
During these uncertain times we believe it is more important than ever to be there for people without a voice. Avoiding public places and working from home are great to reduce the spread of COVID, but for many staying home is not always the safest option.
Is This Abuse?
Get the facts today about abuse and chat one-on-one with an advocate to learn more about abuse. Learn more about red flags, why people abuse, what a healthy relationship is, and more by visiting Hope’s Door website here.
We’re Here to Help
Here are a few steps to take if you or someone you love experience abuse during these times
- Create a safety Plan
- Hope’s Door encourages having a safety plan, which is “a personalized, practical plan that includes ways to remain safe while in a relationship, planning to leave, or after you leave.”
- Practice Self-Care
- “COVID is already causing uncertainty in many people, but getting through this time while experiencing abuse can feel really overwhelming”.Hope’s Door is here to teach self-care all while staying in, click here to learn more!
- Reach out for Help
- Even though people are encouraged to stay at home, Hope’s Door is still here to provide help for victims and survivors 24/7, you can Call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 for TTY or if you are unable to speak safely, you can log onto the thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522
Always remember you are never alone, Pediatric Offices at Willow Bend, Wellness at the Spa AND Hope’s Door are all here to help you or someone you love through any uncertain times in life.