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Survivors often feel responsible for causing the violence.Abusers rarely take responsibility for their actions.One way of using hearing privilege is to take over the interpreting process if police are called to their home.They make it seem like the Deaf survivor made a mistake to call so the police don’t do anything to intervene.Abusers will use economic abuse to control their partner. Contact an advocate at Deaf Hope for more information.They may take away SSI money or the ATM card so that their partner does not have resources for safety. Often they force their partner to have sex, demand sex as a part of the relationship, force them to do things they don’t feel comfortable doing. These are a few of the ways abusers get power and control over their partner. We have the experience and the expertise to serve our community, but with your support we could do so much more.
DV is not only physical abuse, it often includes emotional, financial and other forms of abuse.
Abusers will isolate their partner, maybe take away their phone, to make them lose all their friends and support system.
They will minimize, deny and blame their partner for the abuse.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline partners with Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services to provide a Hotline staffed by Deaf Advocates who communicate in American Sign Language and answer calls from 9am-5pm PST, Monday through Friday.
But what about calls that occur after 5pm and on weekends when the Deaf advocates are not available to receive calls due to lack of funding?
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