Are you having relationship issues?
If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, consider getting help today.
Does your partner appear charming to outsiders?
Does your partner treat you well in public, but not in private?
Does your partner say they can’t help losing their temper? Or that YOU made them lose it?
Has he or she hit a former partner?
Did your partner grow up in a violent family?
Has your partner forced you to have sex?
Is he or she cruel to animals?
After hitting you, does your partner act sweet and loving or cry?
Does your partner threaten you financially?
Does your partner refuse to let you take the car?
Does your partner try to isolate you from your friends or family?
Does your partner regularly call you names?
Does your partner say you are worthless?
Do you change what you want to do because you’re afraid of him or her becoming angry?
Are you afraid if you left your partner he would kill you?
Has your partner made you commit a crime?
Does your partner have extreme highs and lows?
Has your partner threatened to beat or have sex with your children unless you do what he or she says?
Has your partner used a weapon against you? Or threatened to?
Have you been hit, choked, slapped, pushed, bitten, burned or grabbed?
What we offer
Help in developing safety plan
Connections with community resources
Help with the Protective Order process
Need Help? Contact Jennifer's Harbor today.
HAVE YOU SUFFERED FROM SEXUAL Assault?
We believe you! As a sexual assault victim advocate, we provide emotional support, information, and referrals.
If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, consider getting help today.
Do you have feelings of anger, confusion, fear or sadness?
Do you suffer from disruptive thoughts of what happened?
Do you avoid things and situations that can remind you of the abuse?
Do you have problems focusing at school or work?
Is it hard for you to trust people?
Do you avoid family and friends because you don’t want them to know something is wrong?
Do you feel ashamed?
Do you question what you did to initiate the abuse/attack?
Did you know:
Every 98 seconds an American is sexually assaulted
60% of sexual assaults are not reported
Some victims with to report the assault or rape, while others do not want to report it. This is YOUR choice! If you choose to report the crime please know that evidence is best collected within 96 hours of assault or rape.
If you choose to report:
Contact the Sexual assault Treatment Center. 24 hour contact is (260) 423-2222.
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Do not shower or bath
Do not brush teeth
Do not change your clothing