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Healer and leadership expert Danna Lewis shares her story about growing up with domestic violence.
Activist and survivor Bev Gooden on why she believes domestic violence is a community issue.
Heather, a Hotline advocate, answers the question “How do you #SeeDV” for DVAM 2016.
Senior leaders at The Hotline attended the United State of Women Summit in Washington, DC to promote gender equality.
Anderson’s donation will support help The Hotline’s work in educating and providing resources to parents who are experiencing abuse.
“[The Hotline] gives women a voice and a chance to seek help when they feel they have nowhere else to turn.”
The annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Service Award recognizes individuals and organizations from across the nation that are leading efforts to advance victim services and victims’ rights.
Shahida Arabi offers tips for self-care, healing and recovery after abuse.
Get involved this February and help the young people in your life build healthy relationships.
President Obama is taking executive action to reduce gun violence in the United States.
Katie Ray-Jones, CEO of The Hotline, shares a special message on the last day of 2015.
- Hi SusieQ, Thank you for sharing your story, and for the...May 26, 2017 - 10:14 am by The Hotline
- Hi Bonn, Thank you for your comment. You have been through...May 26, 2017 - 10:12 am by The Hotline
- Go to this link and the FAQs on the ADA (American Disability... These...May 26, 2017 - 6:41 am by SusieQ
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