Domestic violence survivors can leave homes for safety during safer-at-home policy
Community-based organizations continue to provide needed services
Last updated 4/29/2020 at 10:27am
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Violence Free Colorado Member Program
National Domestic Violence Hotline
As the state replaces stay-at-home with safer-at-home, survivors of domestic violence are encouraged to leave their homes in order to call, text or chat for support, or to find temporary safe housing.
“The health and safety of Coloradans is our top priority, and everyone who needs to leave their home to stay safe can and should do so. That may mean you leave to make a phone call or find temporary housing,” said Michelle Barnes, ex...