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Media plays an important role in educating the public on domestic violence. The Hotline is a leading resource to provide audiences with important information and data about domestic violence and services to access safety from abusive relationships from anywhere in the U.S. and its territories, available 24/7 in more than 200 languages. All calls to The Hotline are confidential.
We urge the media to continue helping us uplift the millions of people in this country directly experiencing intimate partner violence. When reporting on the issue, we ask media outlets to always consider the confidentiality and emotional well-being of survivors and their loved ones. Explore our guide below to learn best practices for reporting on domestic violence in a survivor-centered way.
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