BWJP primarily provides support to organizations and professionals engaged in the criminal and civil justice system. We do not take on individual cases or provide legal representation for individuals.
If you are seeking legal advice, we strongly encourage you to consult an attorney licensed in your state or jurisdiction. We can help you focus your questions about the criminal and civil legal system, and refer you to other local or national resources that address your particular legal situation.
Survivor Support Line
We have an advocate available to provide information, resources, and referrals for limited hours during the week. We cannot provide legal advice, or make a referral to specific attorneys.
Email us at email@example.com or use the form below. Please be aware that email is not a secure form of communication. If possible, we recommend calling our offices instead.
General Support Line: (800) 903-0111 ext 1
Protection Order Line: (800) 903-0111 ext 2
Criminalized Survivors: (800) 903-0111 ext. 3
Stronghearts Native Helpline
Love is Respect (for teens and young adults)
1-800-852-8336 or text LOVEIS to 22522
The Network/LAA Red LGBTQ Hotline
Self Represented Litigants Series
These resources were developed specifically for victims of domestic violence who are representing themselves in court and are in need of additional legal help. A lawyer who knows about domestic violence may be the best person to help, but parts of these guides can give you ideas on how to find one and provide guidelines and steps to help prepare your case and manage the court process.
- 10 Ways to Get Help with Your Case
- 10 MANERAS DE ENCONTRAR AYUDA PARA SU CASO
- 10 Steps for Presenting Evidence in Court
- 10 Things to Know About Family Court
- 10 COSAS QUE DEBE SABER SOBRE EL TRIBUNAL FAMILIAR
- 10 Things to Know About Parenting Plans in Cases Involving DV
- Getting Child Support When You are Afraid of the Other Parent
- How to Navigate Custody Mediation in Cases Involving DV
- Things to Know About Child Protection and DV
- Getting Child Support When the CoParent is Abusive – Palm Card