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If you or someone you know needs help, there are people you can reach out to by phone and online during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you need immediate help, call 911.
For the North Slope Borough, you can contact Arctic Women in Crisis 24 hours a day at 1-800-478-0267 or 907-852-0267.
For the Northwest Arctic Borough, you can reach the Maniilaq Family Crisis Center at 907-442-3969.
You can reach Alaska’s CARELINE at 877-266-4357.
The National Sexual Assault Hotline is available 24 hours a day at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). More information is available online at rainn.org.
To reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline, you can call 1-800-799-7233, text LOVEIS to 22522 or chat online at www.thehotline.org.
More information on resources and contacts in Alaska can be found at www.andvsa.org (the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault).
To report child abuse, call 800-478-4444 or email ReportChildAbuse@alaska.gov.
For a listing of local victim services 24/7 hotlines, go to: https://dps.alaska.gov/CDVSA/Services/VictimServices.