Victims of domestic abuse are often isolated from family, loved ones, and sources of help. Add to this quarantine, the loss of jobs, the rise in gun sales, the relaxing of our rules of law and forgetting the innocent victims increase the potential of even greater violence.
Are you unsure if you are a victim of domestic abuse? View our checklist of various types of abuse.
Crime Victims United is here to assist and support you and your loved ones thru this difficult time. Our virtual clinic provides resources for those seeking help, outreach and support. Below are some resources for Domestic Abuse.
National Suicide Prevention Hotline
24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Talkspace (online therapy)
The Friendship Line
National Parent Helpline
UC Berkeley – Managing Fears & Anxieties around Coronavirus
Placer County Crisis lines:
- Adult Intake: 916-787-8860 Mobile crisis still active
- Youth: 866-293-1940
- Roseville city youth in crisis contact Roseville Police Department (916) 774-5000 and ask for the family mobile crisis team.
Nevada County Behavioral Health Crisis Hotline:
- If you or someone you know may have a mental health crisis or mental health emergency call 530-265-5811 or 888-801-1437, 24 hours a day.
CVU is dedicated to protecting the rights of victims of crime, their families and safety of their communities.
In this time of COVID-19, CVU is providing the community with a virtual clinic, resources for coping and locating assistance.
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