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Where to Get Help
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Domestic Violence | Sexual Assault | Child Abuse | Stalking | Teen Dating Violence | LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence | Substance Abuse | Violence in the Workplace | Abusers

For Domestic Violence
Important Phone NumbersWild Iris: 24-Hour Hotline: 877-873-7384 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1.800.799.SAFE (7233) 1.800.787.3224 (TTY)
Important Internet Links:
National Domestic Violence Hotline http://www.ndvh.orgNational Center for Victims of Crime http://www.ncvc.org
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For Sexual Assault
Important Phone NumbersInyo and Mono County: Wild Iris 24-Hour Hotline – 877-873-7384Northern Inyo Hospital: 760-873-5811Southern Inyo Hospital: 760-876-5501Mammoth Hospital: 760-934-3311RAINN National Rape Crisis Hotline: 800-656-4673National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE (4673)Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
Important Internet Links
RAINN (Rape & Incest National Network) www.RAIN.org
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For Child Abuse
Important Phone Numbers:Child Protective Services – Inyo County: 760-872-1727Child Protective Services – Mono County: 800-340-5411National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-4-A-Child (1-800-422-4453)
Important Internet Links:
Eastern Sierra CASA program– Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children
Darkness to Light Stewards of Children
Recognizing Child Abuse: What Parents Should Know
Physical Child AbuseSexual AbuseA Parent’s Guide to Internet SafetyFact Sheet: Emotional child abuseTalking to a child about abuse
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For Stalking
Important Phone NumbersWild Iris: 24-Hour Hotline: 877-873-7384Safe Horizon: 866.689.HELP (4357)National Center for Victims of Crime: 1-800-394-2255
Important Internet Links:
National Domestic Violence Hotline http://www.ndvh.orgNational Center for Victims of Crime http://www.ncvc.org
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For Teen Dating Violence
Important Phone Numbers:
Inyo and Mono County: Wild Iris 24-Hour Hotline – 877-873-7384National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline:866-331-9474 or 1-866-331-8453 TTYYouth National Crisis Hotline: 800-442-HOPE (4673)Suicide Prevention Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
Important Internet Links:
http://www.dosomething.orghttp://www.Stayteen.orghttp://www.loveisrespect.org/
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For LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence
For more information about LGBTQ communities and issues, please visit:http://www.advocate.com/http://www.glaad.org/
Email: moc.l1498405249iamg@1498405249GALFP1498405249arrei1498405249Snret1498405249saE1498405249
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For Substance Abuse
For more information on Drug and Alcohol Treatment programs please visit or call:Alcoholics Anonymous (hyperlink address is http://www.aa.org)Narcotics Anonymous (hyperlink address is http://www.na.org)
Local A.A. Information Lines:Bishop: 760-873-6700Big Pine: 760-932-7418Lone Pine: 760-876-5692Mammoth Lakes: 760-934-3434Walker: 530-495-2216
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For Violence in the Workplace
For employer information about intimate partner violence in the workplace please visit:
Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence: http://www.caepv.orgUnited States Department of Labor: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/workplaceviolence/
Wild Iris: 1-877-873-7384
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For Abusers (Batterers)
For information about Batterer Intervention Programs in Inyo and Mono counties please contact:
Alpine Counseling Center375 E. Line St.Bishop, Ca. 93514
760-873-4357
Email: moc.t1498405249ahcs@1498405249retne1498405249cenip1498405249la1498405249
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is a restraining order right for me?

What is a domestic violence restraining order? A domestic violence restraining order is a court order that can help protect someone who has been abused or threatened with abuse. Can I get for a domestic violence restraining order? You can ask for a restraining order if a person has abused […]


Am I Being Abused?

People in abusive relationships often have a feeling that something is “off,” or not quite right, but many don’t get that what is happening to them is abuse. Abuse is insidious; it can be sneaky. Abuse might start as small things that always have an excuse, but slowly seem to […]


emergency shelter

The Wild Iris Emergency Shelter Program is reserved for those individuals and their children who are fleeing an abusive situation, and each case is evaluated individually. Emergency food and clothing may also be included for those who qualify for this program. The Emergency Shelter Program consists of regular check-in times, daily face […]


for immediate danger CALL 911

  24-hour toll-free crisis line available at 1-877-873-7384 The Wild Iris 24-Hour Crisis Hot Line is staffed by crisis counselors 24-hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. Crisis counsleors are specially trained to provide immediate crisis intervention, emotional support, resource information and referrals for victims of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault. All calls […]


safety plan

The following guidelines are designed to help keep you safe if you suspect you are in an abusive or unhealthy relationship. It is always best to have a plan in case things get bad. You may not have control over your partner’s violence but you do have a choice about […]