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.
Break the Cycle and NDAH announced that they are joining forces to create a powerful and comprehensive online destination to engage, educate and empower teens and young adults to prevent and end abusive relationships: loveisrespect.org.
The Hotline is proud to welcome three well-respected sports figures to The Hotline’s 15th Anniversary Honorary Committee: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl Tight End Jason Witten and baseball great, Joe Torre.
Have you often wondered what makes a person speak out against domestic violence? Is it because they themselves or a family member were abused by an intimate partner? Or did they see the injustice that the abused face and want to speak out to offer support and help?
Every year, Liz Claiborne Inc. holds a media day called It’s Time to Talk Day. The day includes opportunities for print and radio outlets to generate a dialogue about domestic violence.
January is National Stalking Awareness Month and this dangerous and unpredictable crime is often seen in domestic violence situations.