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The Verbally Abusive Relationship, How to Recognize It and How to Respond
Verbally Abusive
Relationship: How to
Recognize It and
How to Respond



Controlling People: How to Recognize, Understand, and Deal With People Who Try to Control You
Controlling People:
How to Recognize,
Understand, and
Deal With People
Who Try to Control You



Emotional Blackmail: When the People in Your Life Use Fear, Obligation, and Guilt to Manipulate You
Emotional Blackmail: When the People in Your Life Use Fear, Obligation, and Guilt to Manipulate You



It's My Life Now : Starting Over After an Abusive Relationship or Domestic Violence
It's My Life Now : Starting Over After an Abusive Relationship or Domestic Violence

WYOMING: Domestic Violence Resources



MY ABUSER HAS A GUN

If you have a current Protection From Abuse Order (PFA) from a court against your abuser, or if your abuser has been convicted of a felony or domestic violence misdemeanor, then Federal law states that it is illegal for your abuser to buy or have a gun in their possession.

You MUST ASK THE JUDGE to specifically write in your order that the abuser cannot buy or have a gun while the order is in effect and to require that your abuser to give any guns to the police, or require the police to go to the abuser's house and get them. The guns then go to either the county sheriff or court clerk of stolen property. The district attorney in the county where the gun(s) was taken away can then file to have them destroyed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the domestic violence agency in your area immediately.

Wyoming Domestic Violence Advocates & Support Contacts
LocationProgramPhone
STATEWIDE Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Attorney General Victim Services
Civil Legal Assistance for Victims
Wyoming Crime Victims Center
Wyoming Crime Victims Coalition
800-990-3877
307-777-7200
800-990-3877
888-707-8979
See Website

Albany County Laramie Victim Assistance Program
SAFE Project
307-721-5315
307-745-3556

Big Horn County C.A.R.E.S. (Basin)
C.A.R.E.S. (Lovell)
307-568-3334
307-548-2330

Campbell County County Attorney's Advocate
Gillette Abuse Refuge Foundation
307-682-4310
307-686-8070

Carbon County Citizens Organized to see Violence End (COVE) 866-889-2683

Converse County Converse County Attorney Advocate
Converse County Coalition
307-358-5020
307-358-4800

Crook County Family Violence Services 307-283-1225

Fremont County Fremont Alliance
Riverton Police Dept. Victim Advocate
Victim/Witness Program (Lander)
Victim/Witness Program (Rivertonr)
307-856-4734
307-856-4891
307-332-1161
307-857-3653

Goshen County County Task Force
Victim Assistance Program
307-532-2118
307-532-4428

Hot Springs County HOPE Agency 877-288-4673

Johnson County Family Crisis Center 800-684-2030

Laramie County Safehouse 307-637-7233

Lincoln County Turning Point 307-877-9209

Natrona County Self Help Center 307-235-2814

Niobarara County Helpmate Crisis Center 307-334-2608

Park County Crisis Intervention Services 877-864-9688

Platte County Project SAFE 307-322-4794

Sheridan County Advocacy & Resource Center 307-672-3222

Sublette County SAFV Task Force 888-301-4435

Sweetwater County YWCA Support & Safe House 307-352-1030

Teton County Community Safety Network 307-733-7233

Unita County Sexual Assault & Family Violence 307-789-7315

Washakie County Victims of Violence Center 307-347-4991

Weston County FOCUS 307-746-3630

Wrir Joint Tribal Councel Domestic Vioelnce Program 800-803-8596






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