Survivors: your computer and phone use can be monitored. If this is a concern, we recommend finding a safer (public) computer or phone. Learn more about technology and safety here. For a list of 24/7 resources, visit our Get Help page.
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Raphael House proudly serves anyone impacted by domestic violence regardless of gender identity, ethnicity, disability, immigration status, primary language, or sexuality.
Multigenerational families with kids (and adults) of all ages are supported, and we welcome companion animals!
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Here are some ways an abusive partner may use online activity and technology:
Wondering if your devices are being monitored?
To be safe, it’s best to use a public computer or device when looking up information about supportive services and resources related to abuse. Consider accessing these at the library, an internet café, work, or school technology center.
For more information about safe technology practices, visit the National Network to End Domestic Violence’s Technology and Safety Toolkit for Survivors.