Domestic violence: Resources for victims, survivors

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By Catherine Holland By Catherine Holland

PHOENIX -- Domestic violence expert Sgt. Dan Rincon and crisis intervention specialist Tracey Wilkinson talked about signs of potential domestic violence -- including isolation, confusing jealousy for love, changes in behavior and unexplained injuries -- and also offered some resources for those who might be in dangerous situations.

They want victims to realize that they are not at fault and cannot change their abusers' behaviors. The best thing they can do is get help.

National Domestic Violence Hotline:
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
CONTACS (COmmunity NeTwork for ACcessing Shelter) Shelter Hotline: 602-263-8900 from anywhere or 800-799-7739 within Maricopa County

Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence: 602-279-2900 and 800-782-6400 or

MAG Regional Domestic Violence Council:

Arizona Child & Family Advocacy Network:

If you are going to access this information online, please make sure you have a safe and private computer to do so. You don't want to put yourself or loved ones at greater risk by having the abuser access the browser history.