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People experiencing domestic violence or sexual exploitation are at higher risk of stalking or monitoring with their technology. Review these tech safety tips from TechSafety.org and take care when visiting sites about domestic violence or sexual exploitation.
To find organizations helping survivors of domestic violence, visit:
- Washington State Domestic Violence Information & Referral
- Washington Domestic Violence Programs from the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV)
More Healthcare & Safety Guides
Learn more about insurance options during and after incarceration including Medicaid / Apple Health, Medicare, private insurance, and organizations that will help you find insurance.
This extensive set of questions covers how to find, apply for, and use health insurance, including reduced fee and free options.
Many organizations provide free and reduced-fee medical services.
Organizations specifically helping people with disabilities.
Two sites to help you find organizations helping survivors of domestic violence.
Numerous 24-hour hotlines for immediate support and organizations throughout Washington supporting people with mental and behavioral health services.
Many organizations and hotlines are available to support you with substance use problems, needle exchanges, and other addiction issues such as gambling.