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Josephine has been answering the phones as an advocate at The Hotline for 20 years. This holiday season, she is sharing thoughts about her work and why she’s thankful for those who support The Hotline.
Paula has been an advocate at The Hotline for 18 years. Read more about her work and her story.
Relationship abuse affects people of all ages, including teens and young adults.
NFL Executive Vice President Troy Vincent shares his experience growing up with domestic violence in his home.
Award-winning actress Jane Seymour speaks about the importance of supporting services for survivors.
“Domestic violence knows no party lines. It does not discriminate against age, gender, income or status. It touches all of us.”
This November, we’re sharing stories of gratitude.
During DVAM 2016, let’s help the world #SeeDV one story at a time.
We hear from many people who are in abusive relationships, and even those who have left relationships, but say that they love their abusive partner.
In June 2016, The Hotline answered its 4 millionth contact.
If staying in a domestic violence shelter is part of your safety plan, we have tips for making a safe transition.
- Hi Renee, Thank you for sharing your story. You have been...June 6, 2017 - 4:15 pm by The Hotline
- [Admin note: This comment has been modified for safety per...June 6, 2017 - 8:32 am by Renee
- Hi Chasity, This sounds like such a scary and difficult...June 5, 2017 - 10:31 am by The Hotline
- Hi Amy, Thank you for sharing your story with our community....June 5, 2017 - 10:27 am by The Hotline
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