Working To Stop Domestic Violence

The Resources We Offer

The Importance Of Education

One of the most important resources we can offer is to help educate and train individuals, families and the community. We believe that stopping domestic violence starts with teaching people what it looks like, how to report it and what they can do to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.
The facts you should know about domestic violence
  • Domestic Violence is a leading cause of injury to women between the ages of 15 and 44.
  • More pregnant women die from homicide than any other cause.
  • More than 300,000 women annually are victims of domestic violence during pregnancy.
  • The risk of severe assault increases dramatically when victims leave.
  • Domestic abuse is more than just physical or sexual violence.
  • Both Men and Women Can be Victims
  • If you beleive someone you care about is being hurt by their partner
  • Educate yourself by contacting us or another domestic violence agency.
  • Listen to the person you are concerned about, in a nonjudgmental manner.
  • Let them know there are resources available.
  • Understand that leaving an abusive relationship is a difficult thing to do.
  • Allow your friend to make decisions at her own pace.
  • Our Online Resources

    Frequently Asked Questions
    We understand that there are a lot of questions people have when it comes to domestic violence. We have put together some of the most common questions and answers to help with awareness.
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    Community Education
    Help For Abused Partners provides education and training on Domestic Violence and offers programs and resources that are available year round. The information we provide can be tailored to what you want to learn about.
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    Recognizing Abuse
    There are many types of abuse and the signs are are not always easy to spot. We believe through education and teaching people what the signs of abuse are, we can take a big step in helping to end it.
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