24/7 Hotline & Textline Toolkit
Thank you for helping Hubbard House spread awareness of our Hotline and new Textline! These resources provide anyone experiencing domestic violence access to free and confidential help 24/7!
Hubbard House Hotline: 904-354-3114
Hubbard House Textline: 904-210-3698
This Toolkit includes resources that can be helpful for your efforts promoting these life-saving, life-changing resources.
If you have any questions, please contact Community Education Coordinator Stephanie Brown at email@example.com.
NEW Hubbard House Textline!
This new service provides survivors a more discreet way to connect with Hubbard House advocates. Here's how it works:
VIDEO: The short video below explains the new Hubbard House Textline
Social Media and Newsletter posts
We have written sample language that you are welcome to use or adapt for your organization!
Facebook/Twitter graphics (click the image to open a Word doc, where you can copy or save the graphic)
Instagram graphics (click the image to open a Word doc, where you can copy or save the graphic)
The more locations information about Hubbard House’s Hotline and Textline are posted, the better chance survivors in need will get connected with these resources! Below are fliers of different sizes, so you can choose what works best for your organization.
Third-page: Three long fliers per sheet
Tear-off flier: Full-page flier with information to tear off at the bottom
When considering where to hang or distribute these resources, think of places where someone experiencing abuse may be separated from their abuser, like in a women’s bathroom. You can also distribute these resources to everyone in your organization and place them in common areas like lobbies/waiting rooms.
Domestic Violence and COVID-19
Hubbard House works every day to not only support survivors of domestic violence, but to educate the community as well. We will continue to update Hubbard House's COVID-19 webpage with articles explaining the special challenges survivors of domestic violence face with the virus, and how you can provide help and support.