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October 4, 2021

The EAP offers Supports for Intimate Partner Abuse

October is  Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Mass General Brigham EAP is always available to assist anyone who is in an unsafe situation and those who care about them. Contact the EAP at 866-724-4327 or request an appointment via our online form for confidential assistance.

Intimate partner violence can affect people of all gender identities. Abuse can be in the following form(s):

  • Emotional
  • Verbal
  • Physical
  • Sexual
  • Financial


During the Pandemic, statistics showed a decrease in homicides and requests for restraining orders. Experts believe the drop reflects the fact that leaving a relationship was even harder during the Pandemic. Perpetrators of domestic violence are most escalated, and the risk is highest when partners try to end a relationship. This means that many have been stuck in abusive circumstances.

In addition to appointments for assistance, the EAP offers several resources on intimate partner abuse, sexual assault, and trauma:

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