Workforce Interruptions (not allowing victims to work, hurting victims so they can’t work, stalking victim at work, …)
Location Tracking (phones, GPS trackers on cars, …)
Monitoring of calls and texts
Phishing (abusers sending texts pretending to be someone else)
Cancel Culture (convincing others on line to ignore victim, unfriend them, deny their virtual existence)
Cyber Stalking and Assaults (attacking the character of the victim through social media)
Denying access to vehicles
Taking away computer and phones
Convincing others to ‘unfriend’ on social media
Preventing victims from seeing family and friends
Not allowing employment
With all these possible types of abuse, how do you know if your relationship is safe and healthy? How do you know if someone you know is experiencing abuse? The Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence created this online survey to help people consider their personal situations.
If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence, MSCFV can help. Call our hotline anytime at 1-800-927-4673 or click the chat button on this website.