All across the country, people are taking a stand and promoting the prevention of sexual violence. This April, join us in acknowledging and promoting Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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Here at The Hotline, much of the work we do is made possible by the dedication and effort of our volunteers. We met up with Hotline volunteer Amalie to talk with her about her experience working here.
Take a look back on the history of The Hotline, which was able to take its first call because of the VAWA legislation. Here are some of our most important dates throughout the past 20 years.
While every call is specific to the individual, here are some phrases and questions that advocates consistently communicate to best help each caller.
The Hotline offers help to callers at any stage. Whether you’ve called before or maybe feel nervous about reaching out, it’s helpful to know what we can speak with you about and how we can assist you.
Wednesday March 13th marked the first ever “NO MORE Day” and the launch of the first universal symbol to end domestic violence and sexual assault. At 3PM EST, The Hotline joined a Twitter Chat hosted by NO MORE.
Today, in communities all over the country, advocates and supporters will unite in launching the first universal symbol to end domestic violence and sexual assault.
Ever wondered who is on the other end of calls to The Hotline? Meet Devynn, an advocate who has been with The Hotline since 2003.
Domestic abuse affects everyone — family, friends, and even the community. Children often are affected if they are living in a space where this is taking place.
Whatever stage you and your teen are going through in discussing and learning about dating violence, there are plenty of resources that can be really helpful.
As a parent, your instinct is to help your child in whatever way you can. Here are some tips to keep in mind when trying to help a child who is experiencing abuse.
How can you tell if your child is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell what behavior is just unhealthy from behavior that is abusive.
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