How to create a domestic violence safety plan

In this podcast episode and blog post, I got to interview Mackenzie from Bradley Angle. We talked about how to create a domestic violence safety plan, how to create an exit plan, what resources are available within your community, and how to get help.

How to create a domestic violence safety plan

Mackenzie Cruickshank (she/her)
Intake Coordinator
5432 N. Albina Avenue | Portland, OR 97217
503.595.9591 x 307 | Fax: 503-232-6617
Website: https://bradleyangle.org/
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Below are the resources:

How to create a domestic violence safety plan

Safety Planning Guide through National Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/plan-for-safety/create-a-safety-plan/#gf_1

National Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence – State Coalitions: https://ncadv.org/state-coalitions

Bradley Angle Safety Council Nov 16th at 6PM (workshop for safety planning): https://bradleyangle.org/events/trem-trauma-recovery-empowerment-support-group-2/

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