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2. A hotline: National Sexual Assault Telephone Hotline Contact: 1-800-656-4673 Services: Confidential support from a trained staff member, support finding a local health facility that is trained to care for survivors of sexual assault and offers services like sexual assault forensic exams, someone to help you talk through what happened, local resources that can assist with your next steps toward healing and recovery, referrals for long term support in your area, information about the laws in your community, and basic information about medical concerns. 3. A center: The Ocala Domestic Violence/ Sexual Assault Center Contact: (352)-351-4009 Services: Immediate response to rape victims - 24 hours a day, crisis counseling by telephone or face to face intervention, victim/court advocacy, nurse practitioners on call 24 hours a day to do rape examinations, personal assistance and support during rape examinations and on-going support for victims, community services and resources, special counseling for young children, and assistance applying for Victim Crime Compensation.
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4. A center: Creative Services Contact: (352) 622-8495, (352) 622-8495 Services: Services on the part of domestic violence are shelter for women in an abusive relationship (stay is up to 12 weeks), group counseling regarding safety plans, coping skills, self-confidence, and boundary will be discussed, court advocacy, and outreach counseling. Your Assignment, Part II: Formulate a Plan Think about your own health practices and behaviors. Will any of them reduce the risk of being in an unhealthy relationship or becoming a victim of sexual abuse? What new practices or behaviors could you engage in to reduce these risks? 1. Evaluate your current health practices and behaviors in light of the questions above. Identify risky behaviors and ways to reduce the risks that they cause. The practices I take and behaviors I engage in are not risky to me. I am abstinent and in a healthy relationship going on 3 years. My partner is respectful of my choices and chooses to make the same ones. I’ve set boundaries and have been stern in my decisions I’ve made. I can engage in more

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