We didn’t think it was possible, but this week’s DVAM Challenge participation has been even greater than last week’s!
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Add your voice to the collective movement against domestic violence and sexual assault. The NO MORE campaign was started to unify the efforts of the many people working to end violence.
Commit to remembering a victim of domestic violence. This can be someone you knew personally, a story that captured the attention of your community or even a story of a stranger who you never knew.
In the spirit of the week’s theme, committing to change, we want to encourage our readers to commit to taking care of themselves. This could mean emotionally, spiritually, physically, etc.
We’re entering the final lap of our DVAM Challenge. Are you still completing the tasks we’ve laid out in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
You have the ability to make your community a safer place for men, women and families. Help spread awareness that domestic violence is never acceptable.
For DVAM Challenge 12, print this handout of domestic violence statistics and post it wherever you think it may help someone.
This week’s theme is “Take a Stand!” To inspire you to make a commitment to ending violence, here are some ideas from organizations, companies and communities participating in DVAM.
Understand your importance as a friend. What you say and do can really make a difference in someone’s story. If a loved one confides in you that they are experiencing abuse, believe them and be there for them.
Watching someone you love experience domestic violence can be very disheartening. If the person you care for is not reacting the way that you want them to — for example, leaving the situation – it’s easy to become frustrated.
Helping a friend or family member who is in an abusive relationship can be challenging. If you have noticed that your loved one’s relationship is unhealthy, remember that they need your support.
This week during DVAM we will be focusing on the role that the support system plays for a survivor or victim of domestic violence.
- Dear J, It sounds like a really unsafe and difficult situation...October 4, 2015 - 12:09 am by HotlineAdmin_CC
- Hi Daniel, Thank you for reaching out to comment. You are...October 4, 2015 - 12:03 am by HotlineAdmin_CC
- A woman in Tulsa, OK is being abused by a man named -------....October 2, 2015 - 11:22 pm by j
- I'm going through a divorce and was talking with my sisters...October 2, 2015 - 6:56 am by Daniel
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