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Looking for information, but you're not sure where to start? There are several resources that may be able to help. These organizations do not provide direct services to victims, but can help point you in the direction of the services you may need.
If you need help right away, the Domestic Violence Hotlines are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Delaware Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceBusiness hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through FridayStatewide: 302-658-2958Kent and Sussex Counties: 800-701-0456
Domestic Violence Coordinating CouncilBusiness hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through FridayNew Castle County: 302-255-0405Kent and Sussex Counties: 302-424-7238
DE Victims' Rights Task Force: Delaware Victim ServicesThis site allows crime victims, survivors, family members and others to connect with resources, information and services available in all three counties in the State of Delaware. It is a project of the Delaware Victims’ Rights Task Force.
YWCA Sexual Assault Response Center (SARC)800-773-8570New Castle and Sussex CountiesThe Sexual Assault Response Center (SARC) provides comprehensive, free and confidential rape crisis services to sexual assault survivors aged 12 and older and their non-offending family members, friends and partners throughout the State of Delaware. SARC is committed to providing healing, hope and empowerment to individuals whose lives have been impacted by sexual violence whether the assault happened yesterday or many years ago. If you or someone you care about has been sexually assaulted, reaching out for help can be the first step toward recovery and healing.
ContactLifeline Crisis Helpline800-262-9800Crisis HelpLine statewide; Rape Crisis Services for Kent County
Delaware Child Abuse Hotline: 800-292-9582
Delaware 24-hour Child Mental Health Mobile Crisis (under age 18): 800-696-4357Crisis Text Line: Text DE to 741741Child Priority Response services are available to any child physically present in the state who is under the age of 18 and is determined to be "at imminent danger to self or others as a result of a mental health or substance abuse disorder"
Children's Advocacy Center of Delaware, Inc.New Castle County: 302-651-4566Kent County: 302-741-2123Sussex County: 302-854-0323
Delaware Runaway Youth Hotline: 302-762-6373
Delaware LGBTQ Youth Hotline: 800-810-6776
Adult Protective ServicesStatewide: 800-223-9074New Castle County: 302-453-3820Kent & Sussex Counties: 302-424-7310
Delaware Mobile Crisis Intervention Hotline (18 and over)New Castle County: 800-652-2929Kent & Sussex Counties: 800-345-6785
Delaware Helpline: 211
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Seeking stories from victims and survivors of intimate partner violence
Our Voices Matter: Exposing the Secrets is a new podcast series uncovering the truths about escaping violence. In this series, victims, survivors, and family members anonymously share barriers endured and inequities experienced while trying to leave the hands of an abuser. Dawn M. Riley, CEO and president of Domestic Violence Ambassadors, and creator of the podcast series, speaks up about the lack of assistance from law enforcement to court attorneys, forcing her to stay in her abusive situation. The podcast opens a community where survivors feel safe and supported. Together, no one suffers alone.
Dear Katie: Survivor Stories is a podcast series inviting victims and survivors of gender-based violence to tell their stories. Join Katie Koestner, Claire N. Kaplan, Kavita Ajmere and Sandra Miles as they interview survivors telling their experiences, as well as activists, experts and leaders speaking up about their work to end gender-based violence. They are especially looking for folks who can speak to the experiences of marginalized communities: indigenous people, BIPOC, immigrants/undocumented people; trafficking survivors; LGBTQ+ people. You can find a list of episodes and more information on the podcast here: www.katiekoestner.com/podcast