Resources for making plans:
- NY Times: Where Can Domestic Violence Victims Turn During Covid-19?
- Sanctuary for Families: Safety Planning During Covid-19
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: Mantenerse segurx durante COVID-19
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: Staying Safe During COVID-19
- Futures Without Violence: Updates About COVID-19
- Ohio Domestic Violence Network: Has Your Head Been Hurt?
- VictimConnect: Confidential referrals for crime victims
Hotlines and numbers:
- The National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7:1-800-799-7233, Webchat.
- The National Sexual Assault Hotline 24/7:1-800.656.HOPE (4673), Webchat.
- Ohio Domestic Violence Network: 1-800-934-9840
- StrongHearts Native Helpline for domestic and sexual violence against Native people specifically, 7am-10pm CT: 1−844-762-8483
- Trans LifeLine, 9am-3am CT:1-877-565-8860
- Deaf Hotline for deaf survivors, 24/7: videophone 1-855-812-100 or email
- Domestic Violence's Overlooked Damage: Concussion And Brain Injury
- New York Times: Do Brain Injuries Affect Women Differently?
- Forensic Science International: An increasing risk of family violence during the Covid-19 pandemic: Strengthening community collaborations to save lives
- VOX: When home isn’t safe: What the coronavirus pandemic means for domestic violence survivors
By Eve Valera:
- Journal of Neurotrauma: White Matter Correlates of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries in Women Subjected to Intimate-Partner Violence: A Preliminary Study.
- Brain Imaging and Behavior: Brain injury in women experiencing intimate partner-violence: neural mechanistic evidence of an “invisible” trauma
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