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Military Protective Orders (2)+

  • Military Protective Orders

    This page includes information about Military Protective Orders and their protection on military bases Content Detail

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    WomensLaw.org
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  • Domestic Violence and the Military

    This resource includes information about reporting and receiving help for domestic violence on military bases. What are the differences between the military justice system and the civil justice system? What is an MPO (Military Order of Protection)? Are MPO's and civil protective orders valid wherever I go? Content Detail

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Social Security Numbers (SSN) (1)+

  • New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

    Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful. Content Detail

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    Social Security Administration
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  • Domestic Violence and Paid Family Leave

    If you are a domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking survivor, you may be entitled to paid time off work. The California Paid Family Leave Act provides employees who pay into the State Disability Insurance Program (SDI) with up to six weeks of partial pay each year to care for a child, parent, spouse or registered domestic partner with a serious health condition, whether mental or physical, caused or made worse by the abuse. Content Detail

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    Legal Aid At Work
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Resources and Services (4)+

  • Building Your Case: How to Document Abuse

    Documentation of your partner’s abusive behaviors can be an important component of your case. Content Detail

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    National Domestic Violence Hotline
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  • National Domestic Violence Hotline and Chat

    Call (800) 799 - 7233 for Trained advocates are available to talk confidentially with anyone experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. TTY: (800) 787 - 3224 and Videophone (855) 812 - 1001 Content Detail

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    The National Domestic Violence Hotline
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  • Staying Safe

    These pages provide tips to help keep you as safe as possible while you are still in an abusive relationship, when you are preparing to leave, and after you have left. Content Detail

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    WomensLaw.org
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  • New Numbers for Domestic Violence Victims

    Sometimes, the best way to evade an abuser and reduce the risk of further violence may be to relocate and establish a new identity. Following these changes, getting a new Social Security number may also be helpful. Content Detail

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    Social Security Administration
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    English

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