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If you are experiencing situations of abuse or violence during the pandemic, remember that there are several help channels:

Dial 100 - The service can be considered as an “emergency room” for human rights, since it also addresses serious situations of violations that have just occurred or are still in progress, by calling in the competent bodies, allowing the flagrante delicto. Dial 100 receives, analyzes and forwards reports of human rights violations related to the following groups and / or themes:

Children and adolescents

Old people

Disabled people

People in restriction of freedom

LGBT population

Homeless population

Ethical or racial discrimination

Trafficking in persons


Land and agrarian conflicts

Housing and urban conflicts

Violence against gypsies, quilombolas, indigenous people and other traditional communities

Police violence (including from public security forces within the scope of federal intervention in the state of Rio de Janeiro)

Violence against communicators and journalists

Violence against migrants and refugees

Dial 100 works daily, 24 hours a day, including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

Military Police (Dial 190) - It is the telephone number of the Military Police that should be called in cases of immediate need or quick help. In that case, a police vehicle will come to the scene.

Calls can be made from all over Brazil through toll-free dialing, from any fixed or mobile (mobile) telephone terminal.

Call 180 - created by the Secretariat of Policies for Women (SPM). Ligue 180 aims to receive reports of violence, complaints about the services of the women's service network and to guide women about their rights and current legislation, referring them to other services when necessary. Reporting is anonymous and free, available 24 hours a day, nationwide. Cases received by the central are referred to the Public Prosecutor's Office.

 D isque Covid-UFSM - Welcomes Women 

Considering the isolation and the impossibility for women to leave home to ask for help in cases of violence, the Disque Covid-UFSM - Acolhidas Mulheres project was created.

The service will be carried out remotely, through telephone lines provided by UFSM.

Volunteer professionals in the areas of mental health, social work, law and psychology, as well as professionals from the University's Multiprofessional Health Residence will be responsible for listening.

We are a family owned and operated business.

The service, which has an emergency character, will operate during the isolation period, initially, until June. The opening hours will be from 8 am to noon and from 6 pm to 10 pm, as the demand for occurrences of violence against women is greater at night.

We are a family owned and operated business.

The available phones are (55) 3220-2020 and (55) 99974-1090.

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