Places that Help: Delaware
WomensLaw regrets that these resources have not been updated recently. However, please note that the legal content on the Know the Laws section is updated annually and the rest of the website is also updated regularly.Advocates who work at local domestic violence or sexual assault programs can help victims who are in need of emotional support, help with making a plan to stay safe, accompaniment to court or to the police, and more. On these pages, you will find contact information for non-profit statewide and local programs where you can find advocates; some of the local programs also provide shelter for domestic violence victims.
Shelters and local programs that provide support, counseling, safety planning, and other services to victims of abuse.
Based at local police or sheriff departments. Advocates can help file for restraining orders and other court papers
Contact information for organizations that can offer help or referrals to victims of abuse throughout the state.
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