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  • Community United Against Violence (LGBTI) Website

    Crisis Line: (415) 333-4357 (HELP) CUAV offers a 24-hour confidential, multilingual crisis line, free counseling, legal advocacy, and emergency assistance (hotel, food, and transportation) to survivors of hate and domestic violence. Content Detail

    By:
    Community United Against Violence
  • Ending Abuse in Lesbian, Bisexual Women's and Transgender Communities

    Hotline: (617) 423-SAFE (7233) The Network/La Red was formed to address battering in lesbian, bisexual women's, and transgender communities. (En espanol tambien) Content Detail

    By:
    The Network/La Red
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    By:
    MontanaLawHelp.org
  • What Rights Do I Have As An LGBT Victim of Domestic Violence?

    Information about your rights if you are LGBT and a survivor of domestic violence. Content Detail

    By:
    American Bar Association and National LGBT Bar Association
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