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Safety Plan



Wayne Uplift Resource Association, Inc.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program

Crisis Hotline 24/7



National Domestic Violence

Hotline 24/7


National Sexual Assault

Hotline 24/7


COVID-19 and Domestic Violence

  • Even with the North Carolina Stay at Home order you can leave your home to access safety resources.

  • Your safety is essential and there are resources available to help.


Safety Tips

  • Have a plan before the crisis.  Most places are closed, know what public places are open in your area. Use a work reason or essential errand (ex. grocery shopping or picking up prescriptions) to leave the home, if needed.

  • Pay attention to your abuser’s daily routine.

  • Be aware of your surroundings.  If an argument begins to escalate while at home, try to move into the bedroom or living room. 

  • Avoid wearing items around neck that can potentially be used to strangle you.

  • Check – in daily with a neighbor or family member that you trust.  Develop a code word or signal when you need help.

  • Gather essential items that you may need if you must leave your home quickly. (ex. Carry your ID., extra set of keys & any Credit Cards)

  • Memorize the Wayne Uplift Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault phone number 919-736-1313. 

  • If you are in immediate danger, call 911.

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