Where can domestic violence victims turn during COVID-19?

Self-isolation during the pandemic can be dangerous for those in abusive relationships. Resources are limited, but there are options.

The most dangerous place in the world for a woman experiencing domestic violence is her own home. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, intimate partner violence affects millions of women every year.
If you or someone you know are a victim of domestic violence, please read this article from      New York Times to find out how to stay safe and get help. 

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