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So, where can you turn for help? So we're experiencing a huge volume of calls for other services that we offer," she said. Programs like emergency services, which helps victims get access to lawyers who will help them go through the court system to get injunctions to protect them against their abuser.
Mindy Murphy, president of Hillsborough County's domestic violence center The Spring of Tampa Bay , says her staff has also adjusted how they're helping victims right now. We have Zoom that we can do if it's safe for a survivor.
We do more over the phone. We do phone conferences. We're hosting groups, both closed groups and specific groups for survivors," Murphy said. Murphy also says Hillsborough County is taking advantage of money that's available to help victims. Help is also available for survivors who aren't quite ready to leave their situation.
It can take years for a survivor to finally be ready to make a move to leave. Talk it through. Create a safety plan that is best for you and your family in this point in time so you can be as safe as possible and then reevaluate your situation as the dynamics change.
Actions Facebook Tweet Email. Where to turn for help against domestic violence in the age of COVID Local centers now shifting focus to help victims. Lockdowns and social distancing can be vital for limiting the spread of coronavirus but they can prove deadly for domestic violence victims. They can find themselves trapped with their abusers, afraid to call for help. By: Deiah Riley. Lariana Forsythe says if you need help, regardless of your situation, it is available. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc.