2014 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Tool Kit
Since 1981, October has been National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The observance serves to educate communities, individuals, couples and families about the Family Advocacy Program services and other community resources that can help prevent, raise awareness of community responsibility, and inform the community of the many ways to report domestic abuse.
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Many different kinds of events can cause an emotional crisis but rejection and betrayal within relationships are frequent causes. People in crisis often feel like they're falling to pieces. They need support to help them get through it all.
If you have a friend in crisis, it's important to reach out and offer help. Read on for some helpful things you can do.
When things in life get challenging, stressors can build and conflicts can escalate, sometimes leading to abuse. Preventing domestic abuse is basic relationship maintenance. Partners in healthy relationships work together every day, taking care to prevent any trouble and tending to issues when they occur.
Find out what healthy relationships should look like …
This two-hour webinar will focus on current issues and implications for clinical and advocacy work with Latino military families. Earn CEUs for attending.
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