We are so thankful that each and every one of you has taken the time to take this DVAM Challenge and to raise awareness of domestic violence. In honor of your contribution, we would like to honor a few of you.
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In honor of DVAM, we have teamed up with Verizon for the Journey of Hope- a cross-country bus tour which will help raise awareness of domestic violence and provide resources to those affected by it.
In honor of your DVAM contributions, we want to spotlight a few of the meaningful conversations that we have had.
If you’re beginning to feel as if your partner or a loved one’s partner is becoming abusive, there are a few behaviors that you can look out for.
April is nationally recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). During this time advocates work to raise awareness about sexual violence and educate communities around the nation about how to prevent sexual assault.
Since it was recently National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, we wanted to take a second to talk with you about the relationship between domestic violence and eating disorders.
Teen dating abuse can be as serious and scary as violence within an adult relationship. The abuse faced by teens can manifest itself in a variety of forms including physical, verbal and digital.
- Hi Nanatx, Thank you for your comment. We are so sorry...April 25, 2017 - 10:12 am by The Hotline
- Spoke with someone to understand and listen and provide...April 25, 2017 - 9:43 am by Nanatx
- Hi Ready for Change, Thank you for sharing your story,...April 20, 2017 - 1:43 pm by The Hotline
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