National Domestic Violence Hotline Awareness

The Hotline Named a 2012 Top Workplace

The Austin American Statesman named The Hotline a top workplace for 2012. This is the third consecutive year that The Hotline has been given this honor. The article cites employees’ sense of pride for helping others, the strong support system among advocates and caring leadership as reasons why The Hotline is a positive work environment.

One employee described their job satisfaction by saying, “I talk to many strong survivors and have the chance to help them reach their goals of a safe, peaceful life. They have a difficult journey and I can encourage them and reinforce their strengths.”

The write-up also included a description of the unique service The Hotline provides for families facing crisis. To read the article, please click here.

3 replies
  1. Liss says:

    I dont think ill actually solve my problem bt im 19 and im being forced in an abusive relationship beaten till I cant breath I want to gt away but were will I go? The streets? When tthey say help they cant really help they dont go,through it I never thought I would have thought or even picture this happening to me but it is and I cant escape I been on my own for years now and still life goes on. I think soon ill be dead.

    • HotlineAdmin_AB says:

      Liss,

      It sounds like you’re in a very dangerous and scary situation. Reaching out today is a huge step and it’s great that you had the courage to do that. Please contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.7233 to talk to an advocate about your options. It is completely anonymous and confidential (they won’t even ask your name) and it’s available 24/7. Please call from a safe phone when you’re partner is not around.

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