Safety Plan - Assault Response & Care Centre of Leeds & Grenville
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Personalized Safety Plan

Your safety is the most important thing. You canít control your partnerís abusive behavior, but you can take steps to protect yourself and children from harm. Whether you decide to stay or end the relationship, you should consider creating a safety plan. A safety plan is a personalized and practical plan for reducing your risk of being hurt by your partner. By thinking through it in advance, a safety plan can help you avoid dangerous situations and know the best way to react when you are in danger. It is important to consider not only an action plan if an incident occurs but also how you can stay safe long term, at work, or in the event drugs or alcohol is being consumed. Domestic violence is emotionally draining and options for reducing this emotional burden is also discussed in this safety plan. 

Please view the safety plan by clicking on the icon to your right. It is your option to open or save this document for viewing. Please keep in mind that if you are using a shared computer your abuser could find a saved safety plan. Printing this document and keeping it in a secure safe location is most likely the safest way to utilize the information provided. Please refer to LEARN HOW TO HIDE YOUR TRACKS for information on how to clean your browser history and downloads.


Safety Plan