A new campaign led by Kaiser Family Foundation’s Greater Than AIDS initiative seeks to bring awareness to the connection between HIV/AIDS and intimate partner violence.
Hotline CEO Katie Ray-Jones says we should not accept that firearms violence in intimate partner relationships is another crime that “just happens.”
By speaking out, we can work together to create a society that doesn’t stay silent about domestic violence or ask why a victim would stay in an abusive relationship.
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In the past year, The Hotline has made progress thanks to our partners and supporters.
The period after childbirth can be a difficult time, especially for parents with abusive partners. Here are some tips and resources for safety during postpartum.
A birth plan can include measures for safety if you are also concerned about the impact or role of an abusive partner during the birth.
Responding to the dangers of lethal gun violence can save the lives of many across the country, including victims of domestic violence. We thank Amy Schumer and Senator Charles Schumer for speaking out.
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.”