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24 Hour Crisis Hotline

IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER, PLEASE CALL 911.
**If you can’t call or speak on the phone, you can text 911. Please provide exact location and nature of the emergency.

If you need immediate assistance, please call our 24-hour helpline, 816-861-6100. We can provide crisis support, safety planning, connection to resources, and safe shelter when it is available. Assistance in English and Spanish with access to language services through an interpreter is also available.

Other Support

If you need immediate assistance and are located outside of the Greater Kansas City Area, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-(SAFE) (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224. Or receive online assistance at www.thehotline.org

Download A Personalized Safety Plan

Before you attempt to leave or take any legal or financial steps to separate from your abuser, you should be aware that the danger of violence escalates when an individual attempts to leave. Safety Plans are tools to assist you in identifying options.

:: DOWNLOAD SAFETY PLAN (PDF)

:: PLAN DE SEGURIDAD PERSONALIZADO (PDF)

:: YOUTH SAFETY PLAN (PDF) ::

:: SAFETY PLAN WHILE LIVING WITH ABUSER (PDF) ::

:: SAFETY PLANNING WITH YOUR CHILDREN (PDF) ::

:: SAFETY PLANNING WITH YOUR PETS (PDF) ::

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Kansas City Area

IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER, PLEASE CALL 911.

If you need immediate assistance and are located in the Greater Kansas City Area, please call our 24-hour crisis hotline, 816-861-6100. We can provide crisis intervention, safety planning, connection to domestic violence resources, and assistance in English and Spanish with access to language services through an interpreter.

Personalized Safety Plan

Before you attempt to leave or take any legal or financial steps to separate from your abuser, you should be aware that the danger of violence escalates when an individual attempts to leave. No survivor/victim has control over their partner’s violence, but you can find ways to reduce your risk of harm. This safety plan is a tool to assist you in identifying options, evaluating those options, and committing to a plan to reduce your risk when confronted with the threat of harm or with actual harm.

:: DOWNLOAD SAFETY PLAN (PDF)

Other Cities

If you need immediate assistance and are located outside of the Greater Kansas City Area, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-(SAFE) (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

Rose Brooks Center uses our 24-hour crisis hotline (816-861-6100) to connect with individuals and families experiencing domestic violence. You can also receive online assistance at the National Domestic Violence Hotline webpage at www.thehotline.org

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