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Domestic violence should not happen to anybody. Ever. Period. But it does - and when it does, there is help. Maybe you have lived with abuse, maybe it happened just once; maybe you work or live next to someone who is being abused right now.
If you or anyone you know is being abused, please call The National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time for the community to come together and build awareness and a movement towards safe and healthy relationships for all individuals and families. Domestic violence touches every person in our community and society as a whole; and violates a person’s dignity, safety, and basic human rights. Stand up as a champion for survivors and join the movement for a safer and healthier communi
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Cancer has plagued our Women for Years. Now it's an epidemic that can't be ignored. It has affected our men and children as well even as early as one year olds. We must use alternative measures to fight this disease. Domestic Violence has exculated from 1 out of 4 women to 1 out of 3 who are victims of Domestic Violence. It's time to end the Holy Hush!!
Domestic violence is a cancer and a stigma that erodes our society in a very quiet way. We all know about it, we know that it happens but the women that suffer it very seldom are in a position to step up and confront their problems. They are victims and very weak on their predicament, as they are living with the abuser, and in many cases ashamed, by their abuser, preconceptions and society in general. They don’t talk about their problems and they may stay in this situation for years befo
Before we end this month of October which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we would like to have this show as a means to offer our listeners a platform to speak out against it. Just call 713-955-0708 and listen in or share with us your testimony. Love&Service
The PEACH project is an initiative that integrates domestic violence awareness and education within the medical community. The Acronym PEACH stands for Providers Educating and Advocating for Change and Healing. It was founded by a nurse and a survivor. We believe that identifying victims and giving them the opportunity to break their silence in the confidential and safe environment of their own doctors. The physicians are provided with an awareness poster for their patient restrooms, safety car
Please join host Carolyn Russell, Executive Director of A Safe Place and Project Leader for the Oakland Domestic Violence Peace Project and Co-Host George Jurand of the San Francisco Sherriff Department.
This show will focus on domestic violence in the faithbased community. Guests will speak on how the faith based community addresses and responds to domestic violence in their congregation. This show will be recorded and aired Thursday, June 26, 2014 at 8EST/7CST/6MST/5PST. Guest will include Dr. Yvonne Cole, Pastor Gerald Agee President of the Pastors of Oakland, Reverend Arnold G. Townsend, Ida McCray.
A Personal Testimony of Abuse and how the actions of the Father affected the Son.
After the testimony, guidance will be given on the important role of Fatherhood.
And, what can be done to encourage healthy, non-abusive behaviors from sons
who have lived with domestic violence.
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