We believe it’s important for all survivors to feel as prepared as possible if they choose to contact the police.
The annual National Crime Victims’ Rights Service Award recognizes individuals and organizations from across the nation that are leading efforts to advance victim services and victims’ rights.
No one deserves to be sexually assaulted or abused for any reason.
Shahida Arabi offers tips for self-care, healing and recovery after abuse.
Strangulation, or “choking,” is one of the more serious and potentially deadly forms of physical abuse.
Anyone can be in serious danger if their abusive partner has a gun. Here are some suggestions for safety planning around firearms.
We offer our heartfelt thanks to all who support The Hotline’s efforts as we look forward to a world where domestic violence doesn’t exist.
A new PSA from NO MORE highlights some of the subtle signs of domestic violence and asks bystanders to learn how to help.
Get involved this February and help the young people in your life build healthy relationships.
“Mutual abuse” is a concept used when describing a relationship where both partners are abusive towards one another. But the thing about mutual abuse is that it doesn’t exist