The holidays are often a time of joy and community, but for people in abusive relationships, the holidays can be stressful and dangerous. We have some tips for creating a safety plan for yourself or a loved one.
We rely on our community of supporters to help ensure that when a survivor is ready to speak, someone is here to listen.
As Thanksgiving approaches, we wanted to take a moment to express what we’re thankful for at The Hotline.
Spiritual, or religious, abuse can occur between intimate partners. Learn some of the signs.
As we gain awareness about the extent of violence experienced by trans*, bi, lesbian and gay people, we must also learn more about how to help those experiencing violence.
Brandon Marshall of the Denver Broncos shares about his personal experience with domestic violence.
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.
Join us and raise awareness during DVAM 2015!