We have an exciting new campaign with GLAMOUR magazine and the Avon Foundation for Women to raise money for The Hotline and increase awareness about domestic violence.
Read Tara Taylor Quinn’s survivor story, It Happened On Maple Street.
Read Kathleen Schmidt’s survivor story about how she escaped emotional and physical abuse and created a new life for herself.
Since 1996, Molly Maid has raised over 1 million dollars to support the Ms. Molly Foundation, which provides assistance to over 110 domestic violence shelters across the country.
Read about Lisa Moss’s survivor story and how she turned it into a book.
A survey recently released by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) reveals telling information about the status of domestic violence services in the U.S.
Fifteen years ago today, the National Domestic Violence Hotline received its first call for help from a father seeking help for his daughter who was in an abusive relationship.
“Tornado Warning” shares with the reader the subtle erosion of self that occurs in an abusive relationship via journal entries of the teen I was.
The Hotline recently conducted a survey of callers to learn about the extent of abuse called “reproductive coercion.” Reproductive coercion is defined as threats or acts of violence against a partner’s reproductive health or reproductive decision-making.
The best gift you can give a loved one is the gift of a healthy relationship year-round.