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Domestic Violence is Against the Law.

Violence in relationships is an increasing problem in our rural
communities. This violence may consist of physical, sexual,
psychological and/or emotional abuse. It is a pattern of behavior
used by an individual to establish and maintain coercive control
over a partner or family member.

Power and Control Wheel

Violence in relationships is against the law. Montana recognizes
this violence as Partner or Family Member Assault. Someone who
uses this coercive control may cause fear, injury or even death.

• You do not deserve to be beaten or threatened
• Physical abuse is rarely a one-time incident
• Plan for you and your children's safety
• You are not alone
• There is free and confidential help available

See links on Resources page for additional information.

See Teen Issues page for specific issues.