Samaritan House

Samaritan House For 35 years, Samaritan House has been the leading resource for individuals and families fleeing violence in Hampton Roads. We provide emergency shelter and comprehensive support for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Stop the Violence. Start the Healing. If you are experiencing violence, call the 24-hour Crisis Hotline at 757-430-2120. If you are homeless or at risk of losing your home, call the Regional Housing Crisis Hotline at 757-587-4202. Emergency Housing Services Victim Advocacy Education Outreach Community Support Group Connection Point Volunteer Program
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Samaritan House is Hampton Roads’ trusted domestic violence resource offering services to stop violence with education and training, safety planning and court assistance; and services to heal violence with counseling, support groups, children’s programs and more. Samaritan House is Virginia's largest emergency housing provider serving the community since 1984. Located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and accredited through the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. Victim Advocacy The Victim Advocacy Program helps families and individuals protect themselves physically and legally through referrals, one-on-one intervention, court accompaniment, and counseling. Advocates help design safety and prevention strategies and make connections with community resources. All non-shelter Victim Advocacy services are accessible by calling the Crisis Hotline: (757) 430-2120. Education & Outreach While Samaritan House is dedicated to providing immediate services and shelter to clients in need, we are equally as devoted to the prevention of domestic violence and homelessness in our community. Our Victim Advocate and Prevention Education programs present free workshops and trainings to middle school, high school and college students; the medical community; law enforcement; the faith-based community; civic organizations; the military; and the general public. We host awareness campaigns throughout the year and participate in legal advocacy efforts on issues related to domestic violence and homeless prevention. Community Support Group Survivor Support Group meets on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. For more information, or to join the support group, contact a victim advocate through the Crisis Hotline (757) 430-2120. Connection Point( 757) 227-5932 Connection Point of Virginia Beach is a centralized information and referral center developed by the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Preservation to assist individuals and families that are homeless, at imminent risk of being homeless or are confronted with a housing crisis. Callers are provided with information, screening, and direct referrals to local agencies that can assist with emergency housing and financial assistance. Phone lines are open Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m. through 11:00 p.m..

Mission: Samaritan House is committed to fostering personal safety, growth, and self-sufficiency in adults and their children through freedom from domestic abuse and homelessness.

#HandbagsforHope--------------------------@Hoek Esthetic Family Dentistry, Inc is partnering with us in collecting new a...
03/11/2020

#HandbagsforHope
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@Hoek Esthetic Family Dentistry, Inc is partnering with us in collecting new and gently used handbags for women of domestic violence. The handbags will be delivered to Samaritan House in time for Mother's Day.

A handbag, an everyday catchall, and symbol of financial empowerment, may also serve as a life-saving utility to those experiencing power-based abuse.

The 2020 Handbags for Hope campaign will run from March 10th through April 10th. Drop off your new or gently used handbags at @Hoek Esthetic Family Dentistry, Inc.

757-689-3355 / [email protected]
www.hoekdentistry.com
#HoekEstheticFamilyDentistry #HandbagsForHope #DomesticViolence

@Hoek Esthetic Family Dentistry, Inc is partnering with Samaritan House in collecting new and gently used handbags for women of domestic violence. Handbags will filled with personal care items and information on life-saving free legal services and and distributed to Samaritan House locations in time for Mother's Day.

A handbag, an everyday catchall and symbol of financial empowerment, may also serve as a life-saving utility to those experiencing power-based abuse.

The 2020 Handbags for Hope campaign will run from March 10th through April 10th. Drop off your new or gently used handbags at @Hoek Esthetic Family Dentistry, Inc.

757-689-3355 / [email protected]
www.hoekdentistry.com
#HoekEstheticFamilyDentistry #HandbagsForHope #DomesticViolence

Congratulations to Judge Kevin Duffan on his historic appointing! Duffan is a Presiding Judge at the 2nd Judicial Distri...
03/11/2020

Congratulations to Judge Kevin Duffan on his historic appointing!

Duffan is a Presiding Judge at the 2nd Judicial District Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court.

Our Anti-Trafficking Coordinator says Judge Duffan has been instrumental in making sure the rights of our clients are always upheld!

Chesbay Distributing LLC helped raised over a $1,000 for Samaritan House for #InternationalWomenDay! Thank you for every...
03/10/2020

Chesbay Distributing LLC helped raised over a $1,000 for Samaritan House for #InternationalWomenDay!
Thank you for everyone who came out and donated over the weekend!

Thank you Wasserhund Brewing Company and Norfolk Tap it Local for having us!

#IWD2020
03/07/2020

#IWD2020

The women of Chesbay Distributing LLC will be in the taproom tomorrow, celebrating #InternationalWomensDay!

They'll be taking cash 💵 and item donations 👚 to go to Samaritan House, who provide temporary and long term residency and aid for victims of domestic violence.

Top Priority Items:
💜 Pillows
💜 Diapers (Sizes 3, 4, 5 & 6)
💜 Laundry Detergent

“I am so proud and excited to have an opportunity to share my platform with an organization that has been so instrumenta...
03/06/2020

“I am so proud and excited to have an opportunity to share my platform with an organization that has been so instrumental in the lives of domestic violence survivors. Through our stories of weakness, we strengthen and empower each other.” — Andrea “Drea” Kelly, keynote speaker at the sixth annual Women Against Violence Luncheon

We are getting closer and closer to Friday, April 3, and we look forward to seeing every one of you at the Luncheon! Tickets are still available; you don’t want to miss it! More details on the way!

CLICK THE LINK:
samaritanhouseva.org/wav-luncheon-2020/

Good morning! Our donations department has an urgent need for air mattresses and pumps! In the last two weeks, we have p...
03/05/2020

Good morning!

Our donations department has an urgent need for air mattresses and pumps! In the last two weeks, we have provided immediate emergency housing to nearly 10 clients. Air mattresses and pumps help us in those situations where our first priority is getting out clients into a safe space!

If you can, please drop off donations to our administrative office anytime Monday through Friday, between 10 AM and 4 PM! We're located @ 2620 Southern Blvd., in Virginia Beach.

If you have any questions, please send us a message or call (757) 631-0710.

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Thank you!

We're new on Twitter! Please help us spread the word by following us @SamaritanVA and sharing this post so we can contin...
03/02/2020

We're new on Twitter!

Please help us spread the word by following us @SamaritanVA and sharing this post so we can continue to reach more people on our journey to end all forms of violence and homelessness in the #757!

We spend so much time talking about adult intimate partner violence, but we don't spend a lot of time thinking about whe...
02/26/2020
From puppy love to abuse: Here’s how local organizations are taking action against teen dating violence | Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

We spend so much time talking about adult intimate partner violence, but we don't spend a lot of time thinking about where do these individuals first get exposed to it.

Our primary prevention specialist has spent time this month going into schools and spreading awareness #teendatingviolence. This type of abuse can look different than with adult domestic abuse because teenagers are participating in and experiencing relationships differently than adults.

While some teen years can be a time for puppy love, for more than a few it can be an unknowing introduction to dating violence. February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention Awareness Month and local…

#TeenDVMonth is almost over. However, we are still highlighting the importance of being aware of dating abuse. Samaritan...
02/24/2020

#TeenDVMonth is almost over. However, we are still highlighting the importance of being aware of dating abuse.

Samaritan House's prevention specialist created "DoYou" sessions, in which students use creative expression to create a strategy to stop violence before it starts. Each session begins with an experiential, interactive activity and ends in creative expression. Creative expression is beneficial for expressing feelings safely and building self-confidence.

For more on "DoYou" contact Rebecca Headings at [email protected].

#TBT Positive Me = Positive Change, that’s what students learned at an event held with Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast...
02/20/2020

#TBT Positive Me = Positive Change, that’s what students learned at an event held with Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast. Students of different ages rotated through age-appropriate stations learning about the dynamics of healthy relationships.

They learned so much, including what makes a good friend and how to communicate effectively. Plus, they earned this cool badge!

A follow up to the story of a Newport News mother shot by her husband. Brittany Shazier says looking back there were red...
02/18/2020
Exclusive: Newport News woman shot twice in head by husband says system failed her

A follow up to the story of a Newport News mother shot by her husband.

Brittany Shazier says looking back there were red flags in their relationship, “He would say, “Don’t dress that way. Don’t talk that way. Who are you talking to? There was a lot of scrutiny. What was I doing? When are you doing it?”

If you or anyone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call our crisis hotline: 757-430-2130. We are here to help.

Brittany Shazier survived, and in a gripping interview talks about her survival, the four protective orders she says didn’t protect her, and the warning signs that raised the red flags

Happy Presidents' Day. We are closed today. If you have items to donate, you can drop them off at our main office (2620 ...
02/17/2020

Happy Presidents' Day. We are closed today.

If you have items to donate, you can drop them off at our main office (2620 Southern Blvd. in Virginia Beach) tomorrow between10 a.m. and 4 p.m., or call 757-583-7211 to schedule a pickup.

We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hotline for anyone experiencing violence at 757-430-2120.

Our office is CLOSED Monday, February 17, for #PresidentsDay! We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hotline for anyo...
02/16/2020

Our office is CLOSED Monday, February 17, for #PresidentsDay!

We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hotline for anyone experiencing violence at 757-430-2120.

02/14/2020
Thank you to all who came out to last night's annual Share the Love paint night. It was great to see friends and family ...
02/12/2020

Thank you to all who came out to last night's annual Share the Love paint night. It was great to see friends and family turn into amazing artists! A heartfelt thank you goes out to all who helped make last night special. We can't wait to do it again!

"When I am teaching in a class, I usually say, 'Look around. Count yourselves off by three - every third one of you coul...
02/11/2020
Dating Dangers: Talking to your teens about dating violence

"When I am teaching in a class, I usually say, 'Look around. Count yourselves off by three - every third one of you could be a victim,'" said Rebecca Headings, Primary Prevention Specialist with the Samaritan House in Virginia Beach.

"A youth could experience their first episode of being a perpetrator at age of 15 and may potentially become a perpetrator as an adult.”

#TDVAM20
#Orange4Love
#TeenDatingViolenceAwareness

1.5 million teens are a victim of dating violence.

#BTS Check out our Prevention Specialist Rebecca H. wearing #Orange4Love. Rebecca spoke to WTKR News 3 about the ins and...
02/11/2020

#BTS Check out our Prevention Specialist Rebecca H. wearing #Orange4Love. Rebecca spoke to WTKR News 3 about the ins and outs of #teendatingviolence and how to prevent it. The story airs tonight on News 3 at 4!

Tomorrow - we wear Orange! Join us in helping raise awareness surrounding teen dating violence.Wear orange, take a pictu...
02/10/2020

Tomorrow - we wear Orange!
Join us in helping raise awareness surrounding teen dating violence.

Wear orange, take a picture and tag us #SamaritanHouseVA and #Orange4Love.

Want to learn more about teen dating violence and how to prevent it, visit https://www.breakthecycle.org/teenDVmonth.

To schedule a presentation, or to get more information about primary prevention programming, please contact Rebecca Headings, Primary Prevention Specialist at [email protected].

Today, we are talking to the teens and young adults in our lives, reinforcing healthy and violence-free dating! Eighty-n...
02/07/2020

Today, we are talking to the teens and young adults in our lives, reinforcing healthy and violence-free dating!

Eighty-nine percent of college students are not confident in their ability to recognize the warning signs of dating abuse.

Knowing what some of those signs are can help teens recognize when they or someone they know is in an abusive relationship #TeenDVmonth.

Resources:
Samaritanhouseva.org
Breakthecycle.org/teenDVmonth

We are raising awareness about teen dating violence. #TeenDVMonth is a great time to help teens in your life talk about ...
02/06/2020

We are raising awareness about teen dating violence. #TeenDVMonth is a great time to help teens in your life talk about dating violence and how to prevent it.

Dating abuse is a pattern of abusive behaviors used to exert power and control over a partner.

Samaritan House's prevention specialist is out in the community making sure teens can spot and report abuse.

One of our programs is the "Safe Dates" sessions, where students between the ages of 11 and 17 are given prevention and intervention tools. To learn more, contact Rebecca Headings: [email protected].

Happy #BlackHistory Month!
02/03/2020

Happy #BlackHistory Month!

According to the Pentagon's latest figures, there were 149 reports of sexual assault involving a cadet or midshipman as ...
01/31/2020
Sexual assault numbers spike at military academies

According to the Pentagon's latest figures, there were 149 reports of sexual assault involving a cadet or midshipman as a victim and/or subject during the 2019-2019 academic year.

"We are encouraged that more cadets and midshipmen made reports of sexual assault this year," Dr. Nate Galbreath, acting director of the Defense Department's Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program said in a statement. "Our program empowers those who experience sexual assault to connect with restorative care..."

The number of sexual assault reports at the U.S. military academies rose again last year.

Hi there!Our donations department has an urgent need for pillows to help stock our emergency shelters and to give our cl...
01/30/2020

Hi there!

Our donations department has an urgent need for pillows to help stock our emergency shelters and to give our clients who are on their way to permanent housing!

If you can, please drop off donations to our administrative office anytime Monday through Friday, between 10 AM and 4 PM! We're located @ 2620 Southern Blvd., in Virginia Beach.

If you have any questions, please send us a message or call (757) 631-0710.

** Sharing this post also helps us get the word out **

Thank you!

#TBT to an awesome drive held by ARDX last week. More than 100 kits were made for clients in our program. Each kit conta...
01/30/2020

#TBT to an awesome drive held by ARDX last week. More than 100 kits were made for clients in our program. Each kit contained personal toiletries, a towel, and a card with a message of hope written by employees. On Monday, another round of packages made their way to our donations department! Thank you!

01/29/2020
Faces of Human Trafficking: An Introduction

#HumanTrafficking Awareness Month is wrapping up, but it's critical we continue to keep this issue at the forefront of public discussion. The "Faces of Human Trafficking" Video Series is a great place to learn about human trafficking.

If you need some more resources, check out https://samaritanhouseva.org/hidden-in-plain-sight/, where we break down the myths and show you how human trafficking is affecting our area.

This video, the first video in a nine video series on human trafficking, introduces the issue of human trafficking—both sex and labor trafficking—in the Unit...

Since 2017, Samaritan House has provided support services like housing, counseling, victim advocacy, and job training to...
01/28/2020

Since 2017, Samaritan House has provided support services like housing, counseling, victim advocacy, and job training to 125 victims!

#Humantrafficking Awareness Month is almost over, but we must continue to help combat trafficking in our area!

You can make a contribution to support survivors of this awful crime by donating to our programs. Whether you give your clothes or household goods or make a one-time or monthly gift, your support helps us transform survivors' lives.

Make a donation here: https://samaritanhouseva.org/donation/

ViBe Creative District
01/28/2020
ViBe Creative District

ViBe Creative District

Congratulations to our friends at Samaritan House and The Lawson Companies in this incredible, inclusive housing complex located right here in the ViBe Creative District-- a project that continues to win awards since opening last year. Everyone deserves a safe, clean place to live that is affordable and easily accessible...and in a vibrant community!

Police say a Newport News man shot his wife and then killed himself. A child in the home called 911.“Domestic violence c...
01/24/2020
Police: Man dies after shooting wife, then himself on Cabell Drive in Newport News; child called 911

Police say a Newport News man shot his wife and then killed himself. A child in the home called 911.

“Domestic violence continues to be a major issue facing this city, and I remain committed to finding solutions," Newport News Police Chief Steve Drew said following the tragic incident.

Police have responded to a tactical situation Thursday afternoon on Cabell Drive in the Menchville area.

“We want to look at it positively. We want to hope that the violence stops, but realistically it’s not. This will help u...
01/23/2020
Break the Cycle: $10K donation to VB’s Samaritan House will help domestic violence survivors

“We want to look at it positively. We want to hope that the violence stops, but realistically it’s not. This will help us with and providing a way out for people looking for a way out of a violent situation.”

Yesterday, GFL Environmental USA Inc. donated $10,000 to Samaritan House after first learning about our mission through the donations department.

It's because of people like Edward Hobson, our Resource and Volunteer Coordinator, who speaks passionately about what we do that these connections are made!

“This will help us house at least another 60 to 70 survivors this year.”

Sending a special thank you to our community! Our donations department received three boxes of laundry detergent! A spec...
01/22/2020

Sending a special thank you to our community! Our donations department received three boxes of laundry detergent! A special thanks to Tracy H and Eric B for special ordering 18 more containers to get us through our shortage. This help us restock the emergency homes where our families are living!

Thank you all for your continued support!

Our office is CLOSED today in the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hot...
01/20/2020

Our office is CLOSED today in the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hotline for anyone experiencing violence at 757-430-2120.

PLEASE hold your donations until tomorrow or call the pick-up service to schedule a pick-up of items: 757-583-7211.

Our office is CLOSED Monday, January 20, in the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.We are still operating our 24-h...
01/18/2020

Our office is CLOSED Monday, January 20, in the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

We are still operating our 24-hour crisis hotline for anyone experiencing violence at 757-430-2120.

“The reason we’re seeing this intersection of sex trafficking and narcotics trafficking [is] because criminals can make ...
01/17/2020
Local investigators and nonprofit spot new trends in human trafficking

“The reason we’re seeing this intersection of sex trafficking and narcotics trafficking [is] because criminals can make a profit from selling drugs and selling sex. In addition, narcotics can be sold once. Whereas an individual can be sold multiple times."

Human trafficking is real, and it's happening here in Hampton Roads.

You can make a contribution to support survivors of this awful crime by donating to our programs. We provide housing, counseling, job training and advocacy to individuals who have experienced all forms of human trafficking.

Make a donation here: https://samaritanhouseva.org/donation/

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and the regional task force fighting the issue wants to remind the public about the hidden crime.

"What we're talking about here is folks that are essentially hidden in plain sight," said Jason Yarashes, an attorney wi...
01/15/2020
Nonprofits, unions fighting labor trafficking in Hampton Roads | 13newsnow.com

"What we're talking about here is folks that are essentially hidden in plain sight," said Jason Yarashes, an attorney with the Legal Aid Justice Center.

When the media covers trafficking it's typically referring to sex trafficking. But we shouldn't forget about the very real issue that is labor trafficking.

"Due to the lack of information and education about labor trafficking, I think we just uncovered the surface and I think there are many more out there," said Pierce.

https://www.13newsnow.com/article/news/local/mycity/virginia-beach/nonprofits-unions-fighting-labor-trafficking-in-hampton-roads/291-0be35cff-543b-4c85-9b7d-32e210757950

Why are we wearing blue today? To help #endtrafficking because we believe people are #NOTforsale.Here are a few ways you...
01/11/2020

Why are we wearing blue today? To help #endtrafficking because we believe people are #NOTforsale.

Here are a few ways you can make a difference in this fight:
- Know the facts! Educate yourself about the myths and truths about this complex issue.
- Get involved. Volunteer or help support an existing Samaritan House event.
- Make a donation. Whether you donate your clothes or household goods or make a one-time or monthly gift, your support helps us transforms survivors' lives.

Contact us for more info! [email protected]

https://samaritanhouseva.org/hidden-in-plain-sight/

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2620 Southern Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA
23452-7414

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Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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Samaritan House is Hampton Roads’ trusted violence resource offering services to stop violence with education and training, safety planning and court assistance; and services to heal violence with counseling, support groups, children’s programs and more. Samaritan House is Virginia's largest emergency housing provider serving the community since 1984. We are serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking as well as individuals and families experiencing homelessness. We are the official nonprofit partner organization in the Hampton Roads Human Trafficking Task Force. Our administrative office is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and accredited through the Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance. We operate over ten emergency safe houses throughout Hampton Roads, and serve residents across the entire region. Victim Advocacy The Victim Advocacy Program helps families and individuals protect themselves physically and legally through referrals, one-on-one intervention, court accompaniment, and counseling. Advocates help design safety and prevention strategies and make connections with community resources. All non-shelter Victim Advocacy services are accessible by calling the Crisis Hotline: (757) 430-2120. Education & Outreach While Samaritan House is dedicated to providing immediate services and shelter to clients in need, we are equally as devoted to the prevention of domestic violence and homelessness in our community. Our Victim Advocate and Prevention Education programs present free workshops and trainings to middle school, high school and college students; the medical community; law enforcement; the faith-based community; civic organizations; the military; and the general public. We host awareness campaigns throughout the year and participate in legal advocacy efforts on issues related to domestic violence and homeless prevention. Community Support Group Survivor Support Group meets on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. For more information, or to join the support group, contact Samaritan House office at 757-631-0710.

REGIONAL HOUSING CRISIS HOTLINE

If you are experiencing homelessness in Hampton Roads, contact: (757) 587-4202

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

The Regional Housing Crisis Hotline is the starting point for anyone who is experiencing a housing crisis throughout Greater Hampton Roads and in need of shelter, case management, and related services and/or community resources.

Not sure if you are experiencing a housing crisis? Ask yourself these two questions:


  • Are you living on the street or in an emergency shelter?

  • Have you received an eviction notice from your landlord?
  • Donate Your Items

    We welcome your tax-deductible donation of new or gently used household goods, toiletries, clothes, diapers, Our on-site Donation Department is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10-3 and is located at our main administrative office at 2620 Southern Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA (off 264 at the Lynnhaven North exit). The department is staffed by volunteers during these times. Please park and unload in the designated spot located at the lefthand side of the main admin building. Call the front desk at 757-631-0710 with any questions. For large or heavy items please call the Samaritan House Thrift Store Pick Up Service at (757) 583-7211 to schedule a pick-up of your items. We partner with Thrift Store City on E. Little Creek Road in Norfolk to provide this pick-up service. We receive a portion of every sale at the thrift store, which comes back to us as unrestricted funds to support our clients and programs - close to $300,000 a year! Thank you for support.

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    You all have not given us a bag in ages and I have things I'd like to donate. I have older bags from you I can use, I just never know whenever your pickups are. For some reason no one has given us a bag on our door in at least a month. I'm in the Kings Grant area. I do not use Facebook much. I tried to email the email on your website but no response. Please contact me at [email protected] with your response, otherwise I will have to give to someone else, and these are nice clothes and I'd like the women to receive them.
    Happy Thanksgiving to All!!! Miss you all very much! And its freezing here in DC!!
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    Good morning. Would you please ask volunteers/employees not to walk through mulched gardens as a short cut when walking through neighborhoods delivering white bags? One young lady in the Cheshire Forest neighborhood walked through several mulched gardens while going door to door. Thank you for all you do in the community. -Kate Reed
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    Do you all need the following: Stroller, high chair, toddler and kids toys?
    Is there a drop off for donations in the Hampton NN area?
    What about the same bully being a member of this group, watching what I do & say. No protection. I can't speak out. The bully will retaliate. No safe haven from a bully. People find it important to inform them of what I do. So I am always hiding..
    Well in the USA our culture gives bullies the right of a ownership. Can't say or do any thing about a bully. Just keep walking away , right. Then that bully calls the police and wants to files charges . Because the police believe the caller. The bully is free to go again.