You may be in an unhealthy or abusive relationship if your partner does any of the following:
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call 911 for life-threatening situations. For other assistance, please contact YWCA Clark County's domestic violence hotline (24/7) at 360.695.0501 or 1.800.695.0167. Collect calls accepted.
YWCA Clark County offers shelter to survivors of domestic violence, regardless of gender. Children and pets are allowed.
All about starting, keeping and ending healthy relationships
Learn what healthy communication and barriers look like, how to boost your existing healthy relationships, and how to spot — and safely respond to — unhealthy relationships.
Learn about building and strengthening your relationships and dealing with relationships that aren't good for you. This website includes advice on negotiating with your significant other about safe sex, exploring your sexuality and gender identity, talking with your parents, dealing with peer pressure, and more.
Learn how to manage being rejected, and how to decline a request from others, like a pro.
Warning signs of unhealthy relationships
Learn what digital disrespect and cyberbullying are, what could happen as a result, and what to do if you're experiencing digital disrespect or cyberbullying.
Learn about dating abuse, some warning signs, how common dating abuse is, what your rights are, how to help a friend, and how to take action against abusive realtionships. This website has healthy relationship quizzes, resources, places to ask questions, and other educational and legal services to help teens and empower us to end domestic violence.
Am I in a healthy relationship?
Helping a friend who is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship
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