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Statistically, you know several victims of domestic violence. It affects 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men.
Over 3 million children every year are exposed to domestic violence.
Children who are exposed to domestic violence are more likely to suffer long-term health problems.
Domestic violence costs over $5.8 billion each year.
Domestic violence knows no boundaries.
Women aged 20–24 are at greater risk of becoming domestic violence victims.
Afraid to Leave, Afraid to Stay.
Violence Against Women. It's a Men's Issue.
Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave.
Help end domestic violence in your community.
Help eradicate domestic violence from our communities by speaking out during domestic violence awareness month. Get the facts:
Celebrities are standing up to say NO MORE to domestic violence:
Domestic violence in one home hurts the entire community. Spread awareness & help victims heal with these resources:
Is it abuse? Find domestic violence warning signs & call or text @loveisrespect for support at any time!
Children may try to intervene to stop domestic violence, putting them at risk of injury or death. Domestic violence awareness month facts:
1 in 3 female homicide victims was murdered by her current or former partner. Get the facts on domestic violence:
1 in 4 women experience domestic violence. You probably know someone who could use help. Share these resources for victims:
Over 60% of domestic violence crimes occur in the family home, but the effects don't stay at home. (Via @HelpingVictims' Resource Guide)
Young girls who witness domestic violence are more likely to become victims of abuse as adults. #DVAM factsheet: