If you need help quickly, call 911.
If you need local help for family violence, call Safe Places:
If you need local shelter services call Women and Children First:
For immediate help in the Little Rock area call 501-376-3219 or Toll-Free 1-800-332-4443
You can also get help by calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at:
The person who answers the national Hotline will care about you, and will understand your feelings about what is going on in your life. That person may be able to help you make important decisions about your safety. If you are living in a home that is not a safe place, please call for help. Sometimes it helps to know you are not alone.
The Hotline will be able to tell you about domestic violence shelters in your area. Domestic violence shelters are staffed by many caring people who can help you in many ways, including:
- Temporary emergency shelter for victims and their children
- Transportation to shelters with law enforcement back-up
- Counseling, individually and in groups
- Referrals to legal, medical, financial, child care and employment services
- Children's programs to help school age children
- Food, clothing and household articles to help set up a new household
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