RUSafe is a free interactive app for iOS and Android devices that assesses the potential for domestic violence and harm in a dangerous relationship.

By answering a few simple questions about the relationship, RUSafehelps you understand the possible threats you may face and connects you with nearby emergency shelters and domestic violence hotlines using GPS technology.

Built on the Danger Assessment system, which draws upon the lives and experiences of hundreds of domestic abuse survivors, RUSafecan identify key signals of intimate partner violence to help you act before it’s too late.

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RUSafe is a free dangerous relationship assessment app serving the continental United States. RUSafe invites the user to answer a series of questions about her/his relationship. The app then calculates the responses and, if there is cause for concern, it will enable the user to directly call the Domestic Violence Hotline nearest them. If the user is in immediate lethal danger, she/he can call 911 directly from the app. RUSafe is based on the Danger Assessment developed by Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Learn more at