Dating violence victim services
Victims stay in abusive relationships out of fear, financial insecurity or dependence, a lack of support, a hope for change, and the belief that they have no other choice. Call Victim Services at 902.490.5300 to get help or discuss your options.
Many victims feel ashamed of their situation and often hide it for months—or even years—because they have been told it is their fault. Your safety and the safety of your children is the most important issue.
If you have been the victim of domestic or dating violence, call Halifax Regional Police’s Victim Services Unit at 902.490.5300, Monday - Friday, a.m. If you're unable to call due to hearing impairment, text us at 902.497.4709. It affects people in all communities, and of all races, cultures, ages, and income levels.
1-800-969-4357 The victim service is located throughout the State in the Crisis Intervention Service Centers, the Community Mental Health Centers, the Recovery Response Center and Emergency Rooms.
507 Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE 19809 Phone: 302-762-8989 Fax: 302-762-8987 Peoples Place II (Turning Point) 1129 Airport Road Milford, DE 19963 Phone: 302-424-2420 Fax: 302-424-2402 Dover Air Force Base 436 MDOS/SGOW Family Advocacy Program 300 Tuskegee Blvd.
Dover AFB, DE 19902 302-677-2711 Northern Delaware 1-800-652-2929 Southern Delaware 1-800-345-6785 These victim services are located throughout the State in the Crisis Intervention Service Centers, the Community Mental Health Centers, the Recovery Response Center and Emergency Rooms.
In the vast majority of domestic violence cases, victims are women who suffer more severe abuse such as being slapped, pushed, choked, kicked, bitten, burned, or assaulted with weapons.
Women are also far more likely to be murdered by their past/present male intimate partners.