Twenty national victim and survivor organizations have collaborated on new policy priorities for the next decade.
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Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy received a 10-game suspension as a result of last year’s domestic violence incident against his ex-girlfriend.
A congressional hearing regarding cyberstalking and online threats will be held on April 15, 2015.
You’re probably aware that the movie Fifty Shades of Grey, based on the extremely popular book series, opens today nationwide. Despite the popularity of the series, many different voices have criticized the books for portraying and even romanticizing unhealthy and abusive behaviors. Some members of the media and other groups have also commented about the […]
When it is not possible to use the internet from a safe device, there are still ways to reduce the technological footprints left on your computer.
When creating a safety plan, emphasis is often placed on planning around physical safety, but it’s important to consider your emotional safety as well.
#GivingTuesday has passed, but #GingerbreadForGood continues through the month of December!
Austin Monthly – It’s midnight. Sixteen seconds into the new day, the first call comes in: a distraught mother in New Mexico who’s been physically abused by her husband and wants to know where she can go to escape yet another beating. Thirty-two seconds later, a teenager in Nebraska is asking for help on how to handle […]
As part of our #GivingTuesday efforts, The Hotline has teamed with the Avon Foundation to raise $1 million this holiday season.
Kathy Greenlee sheds light on barriers faced by domestic violence survivors who are older or who have disabilities.
Crayton Webb, VP of Corporate Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility for Mary Kay, Inc., shares his thoughts about the roles men play in domestic violence.
Rob Valente discusses how, in abusive relationships, firearms are used to intimidate, threaten, and even kill.
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