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Domestic Violence for male survivors

If you are in immediate danger or feel unsafe, call 911.

YWCA 24-Hour Confidential Crisis Line
616.451.2744


At its core, domestic violence is about power and control. Consequently, men often find themselves as victims. Social stigma and stereotypes compound their victimization and further isolate them from accessing the help they need to stay safe.

The YWCA’s goal is to keep victims of domestic violence safe. Those who turn to us – regardless of gender – are provided support, advocacy, and safe housing.

Help for Battered Men

The Mayo Clinic
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/domestic-violence-against-men/MY00557

The Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men and Women
http://dahmw.org

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