and other important information such as your code word, how to call 911, their address, and phone number.
Teach Them Who to Call for Help
Tell them which friend or family member to call for help and how to contact them.
Inform your child’s caretakers
such as day care centers, teachers, and babysitters about WHO has permission to pick up your child.
About Strangulation and Domestic Violence
Have You Been Strangled?
If you have been strangled, you are in DANGER and the odds of your partner doing it again are TEN TIMES higher.
Chance of Homicide
If your partner has ever put pressure on your neck, put you in a “sleeper hold” or used anything else to strangle you like a scarf, necklace, belt, rope, etc., you are 750% more likely to be murdered by that partner.
Effects of Strangulation
The effects of strangulation are often delayed and can lead to chronic symptoms, including long-term memory loss, brain damage, and stroke.