Domestic Violence Resources

If you think a friend or loved one is experiencing partner abuse, learn about the warning signs and how you can help them.

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In battering relationships, the violence escalates both in frequency and severity. These relationships are similar to cancer; the violence must be stopped in the early stages before it becomes terminal.

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Do you think you or a loved one is suffering from abuse? Learn how to spot the signs emotional, physical, and sexual abuse.

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People who stay in violent relationships may undergo gradual stages of reasoning. The reasons for staying may change. The outcome of a long-term battering relationship is destructive to everyone involved.

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Do you know someone that has supposedly been making changes but you aren’t sure you see the results? Read some experiences on how to tell.

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The danger assessment is intended to assess the level of danger a person has of being killed by their partner. Learn more or take the assessment yourself.

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This blog post discusses the possibility of recognizing an abuser before getting involved with them.

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Learn what a safety plan is, types of safety plans, legal actions, and more.

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Learn how domestic violence affects children, including the many ways they can be exposed to it.

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