Expanding our operations gets us closer to our ultimate goal: to answer every call, chat and text for help.
It’s time re-define, re-think and re-frame what it means to be a man and what it means to “MAN UP.”
Thanks to the generosity of the Avon Foundation and #GivingTuesday donors, 25 domestic violence programs will receive grants to support crucial services.
We were thrilled to attend ESSENCE Fest in New Orleans this year!
Because an abusive partner may see the unpredictability of pregnancy as an opportunity to increase power and control, if you’re pregnant it’s important to explore options to enhance your physical, emotional, financial and legal safety.
Troy Vincent, NFL executive vice president of Football Operations, writes about how he sees DV.
The actress, author and philanthropist visited The Hotline to learn more about the work we do to serve victims and survivors of domestic violence.
It’s natural to want to contact the police if someone you know is being abused, but consider these points before you do.
Pregnancy can be especially difficult if you are in an abusive relationship. Here are some tips for staying safe before and during the early months of pregnancy.
Sexual abuse, like all forms of abuse, is incredibly difficult to endure. Here are some ways to safety plan if you are experiencing sexual abuse.