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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (Teen DV Month).
2015 is here, and there’s still time to take advantage of the Avon Foundation for Women’s matching opportunity!
Advocates are the backbone of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and loveisrespect. Today, we wanted to share a few stories from our advocates about what they do.
#GivingTuesday is Dec. 2. How will you give back?
Join us for a Twitter chat about domestic violence, hosted by 30SecondMom.
At the Hotline, we’re here to help you find resources and discuss your options if you are in an abusive relationship. For some victims, those options include taking legal action against their abusive partners.
When abuse is happening in a relationship, it can affect whole families, including children who are witnesses to the abuse and violence. What can you do if your parent is in an abusive relationship?
The recent events and media coverage surrounding Ray Rice and the NFL have created a powerful swell of conversation about domestic violence. While we are outraged at the stories we hear daily at the Hotline, we are heartened by the support of so many people who recognize that there is no excuse for abuse.
September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month, which aims to call attention to issues of campus safety and help young adults learn how to stay safe and help keep others safe, too.
If your partner regularly threatens suicide to get their way or keep you from leaving, this is emotional abuse and there are steps you can take to protect yourself.
In many cases, victims of domestic violence may try to take their pets with them when they are able to leave the relationship, but find that their local domestic violence shelters do not accept pets. Fortunately, this is changing, and shelters for domestic violence and abuse victims are beginning to create spaces for pets.
- Hi Me Again, Thank you for reaching out and sharing your...February 9, 2016 - 8:11 pm by HotlineAdmin_LC
- My husband of 1 year (romantic partner of 6years) is known...February 5, 2016 - 2:33 pm by Me again
- Hi Erica, Thank you for reaching out and sharing your...February 4, 2016 - 10:52 pm by Advocate
- Thank you for sharing this article… I too saw the red...February 4, 2016 - 10:20 am by Erica
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