Domestic Violence Support
Everyone Deserves a Safe Relationship.
We’re here to help.
Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behavior directed at a former or current partner. The abuse can take many forms, including physical, emotional, economic, and sexual abuse, and it may involve using children, pets, threats, intimidation, and isolation.
At Kaiser Permanente, we’re committed to ending domestic violence. Helping you with your emotional health and physical safety is part of our philosophy of caring for the whole you.
Your personal physician or another member of your health care team can talk to you about your situation at home and provide you with resources to help you lead a life that is healthy and safe.
Have you been on the receiving end of any of these manipulative behaviors?
-Using coercion and threats
-Using economic abuse
-Minimalizing, Denying, and Blaming
-Using emotional abuse
National Domestic Violence Hotline
24-Hour Hotline (All Languages)
If you have concerns about intimate partner violence, please book an appointment with your primary care provider for a time you’re available to talk privately.