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It is a basic human right to live free of violence and fear.

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Every woman and her children have the right to be safe and to receive necessary supportive and adequate assistance both from the government and community-based service systems. Given the control that perpetrators of violence have on the time and daily living conditions of victims of violence, women must have ready access to telephone crisis services as opportune times present themselves.

Violence is inflicted on victims at all times of the day and night; therefore, WIC crisis services are available around the clock each day of the year. During their stay, children are helped to understand that they are blameless for the violence and that it is their right to be free of violence and abuse. Due to the innumerable historical, social, institutional, economic and political barriers faced by women as they struggle to leave abusive relationships the provision of advocacy, information, assistance, and accompaniment will facilitate their efforts to establish violence-free lives in the community.

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