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We are here to assist you and provide survivor-focused advocacy through self-help, self-determination and empowerment.
Whether you are looking for help for yourself or someone you care about, we are available to provide support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Get help now by calling (904) 824-1555.
All Betty Griffin Center services and programs are free.
Support is available through our confidential 24-hour help line. Call now (904) 824-1555.
• If using your computer is a safety concern escape this page by closing at any time.
• Consider using another device if you believe your computer/device is being monitored or isn’t safe. Perhaps you can use a friend’s or one at the public library.
• Be aware that your past computer history can be followed.
Your browser stores and records the webpages you visit on your computer/device. This is called a web history or a browser cache. You may want conceal your activity online for safety reasons. There are a few ways to accomplish this:
• Use private browsing. Most browsers have a privacy mode that allows you to visit websites without storing any record of your activity on your computer or device. Learn more about private browsing:
o Google: Incognito Mode
o Firefox: Private Browsing
o Internet Explorer: InPrivate Browsing
o Safari: Private Browsing
• Clear your cache, history, and cookies. If you visited a site without privacy mode, you can erase records of your activity by clearing your cache, history, and cookies on your computer or device. Keep in mind that if someone is actively monitoring your computer, erasing this data could alert them to the fact that you are trying to conceal your actions.
o Mozilla Firefox: delete browsing history, clear cache, and delete cookies
o Internet Explorer: delete browsing history and delete cookies
o Google Chrome: delete browsing history, clear cache, and delete cookies
o Safari: privacy support
ARE YOU IN DANGER?
Call our Help Line at (904) 824-1555
HOW DO I HELP?
To help your friend or loved one who you think may be in danger, consider the following:
Believe the survivor and take the accusations of abuse seriously.
Recognize that survivors may not realize they are in danger.
Remain neutral as the survivor may need your support in the future.
Understand that an abuser generally devalues and control’s their partner’s sense of reality.
Respect the survivor’s decisions and be non-judgmental.
Provide the survivor with contact information for an advocate through our 24-hour help line (904) 824-1555 or through the national center (800) 799-7233.
Be there for your friend or loved one.
For future reference, here are 6 Steps to Support a Survivor.