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Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy, A Guide for Clinicians: Screen Show and Lecture Notes  Slides 41–44

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Referrals, Keep a current list of local resources: Mental health service. • Trained clergy • Victim advocates • Legal services • Social workers

Referrals

Keep a current list of local resources:

  • Mental health services
  • Trained clergy
  • Victim advocates
  • Legal services
  • Social workers

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National toll-free hotlines 800-799-SAFE & 800-787-3224 (TTD)

National Toll—Free Hotlines

800–799–SAFE

800–787–3227

(TTD)

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In addition to discreetly providing abused patients with phone numbers for local shelters and other services, provide women with this national toll-free number. The hotline is staffed 24 hours a day and has bilingual staff available. A TDD number is available for the deaf or hearing impaired. 

The hotline has the capacity to link the caller directly with the nearest shelter or crisis line without the caller’s having to redial. The hotline staff also can help you find the nearest shelter so you can begin to compile your own referral network.

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(Puzzle of) Collaborative response Religious leaders, Advocates, Police, Employers, Health Professionals, Friends, Policy Makers,  Judges & legal professionals, Educators

Collaborative Response

  • Religious Leaders\
  • Advocates
  • Police
  • Employers
  • Health Professionals
  • Friends
  • Policy Makers
  • Judges and Legal Professionals
  • Educators

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Health care providers are just one part of the solution. The clinician’s role is to help identify intimate partner violence and perform limited interventions. You do not have to do it all. But, in collaboration with others, we can put the pieces together to bring about a solution to the problem of domestic or intimate partner violence.

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For more information ACOG (202) 638-557 www.acog.org/goto/noviolence CDC (770) 488-5259 www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/drh/wh_violence.htm

For More Information

ACOG
202–638–5577
www.acog.org/goto/noviolence*

CDC
770–488–5259
www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/violence/index/
***NEW WEB ADDRESS as of 2005***

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Date last reviewed: 04/15/2013
Content source: Division of Reproductive Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion

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