DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/SEXUAL ASSAULT PROJECT

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Are you in an abusive relationship? (cont.)


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What is intimate partner violence?

  • Intimate Partner Violence is any abuse by one perosn to another with whom the abused has had or currently is involved in an intimate relationship. IPV can occur in all types of relationships including:

  • Dating

  • Married

  • Co-Habitating

  • Separated

  • IPV is also reffered to as a Domestic Violence (DV).

  • Domestic Violence is any abuse that often takes place amongst people lingin in the same household. (This can include, but not limited to parent, children, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.)

  • IPV or DV affects everyone and leads to many serious issues such as:

  • Child Abuse/Neglect

  • Alcohol Abuse/Addiction

  • Drug Abuse/Addiction

  • Suicide/Murder


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Educate yourself. Select the links below:

Does your partner...
What does Abuse look like?
Reasons why victims stay in abusive relationships.


For further information call our Victim Advocate at (707) 954-8938 or 1(855) 945-4357.
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Funding made possible by: Office of Violence Against Women





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Call 911 if you are in danger.

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Staff

Stephanie Weldon
MSW Social Services Director
sweldon@yuroktribe.nsn.us

Geneva Shaw
MSW Asst. Social Services Director
gshaw@yuroktribe.nsn.us

Porscha Cobbs
Crisis Worker/Victim Advocate
pcobbs@yuroktribe.nsn.us
(707) 445-2422 x 1011
(707) 954-8938

Springwind Rojas
Community Outreach Specialist
smrojas@yuroktribe.nsn.us
(707) 445-2422 x 1011
(707) 482-1350
(707) 954-6468

Mariana Nava
Crisis Worker/Victim Advocate
mnava@yuroktribe.nsn.us
(707) 954-8737
(707) 482-1350 x 1344

Eureka Office
525 7th St
Eureka, CA 95501

(707) 445-2422 x 1011