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Seeking Help Online: National Resources & Considerations for Safety and Privacy During a Public Health Crisis

 

During the COVID-19 crisis, shelter-at-home orders and social distancing recommendations can be terrifying for survivors. Unfortunately, home isn’t safe for everyone. It’s important to know there are many options for accessing resources and support. Many service providers are still offering shelter and housing services, and also extending or establishing services via chat, video, text, phone, email, or other digital platforms. While these options can make it easier to access support, there are also some considerations for ensuring your privacy and safety while using them.

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