Statistics and information about disabled folks experiencing abuse, from the CDC.
Article about what domestic abuse can look like over holidays, and self-care ideas for survivors of trauma.
Power and control wheel showing different ways a disabled person might be abused by a partner. From SAFE Austin.
A short document describing equal access to shelter and how domestic violence can look different for LGBTQ+ folks.
How DV Impacts the Survivor, Children, Family, Friends, the Workplace, and the Community Community members often tell us that they see domestic violence as a “private” or “family issue” that only affects the two people in the relationship. This is a...
Information about adult and youth individual counseling. Includes a description of our K.I.T.E. (Knowledge, Inspiration, Togetherness, Empowerment) support group for adult survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence.
Flyer explaining two medications and how to contact a counselor. PrEP is a medication that is 99% effective at preventing HIV transmission via sex and 74% via injection drug use when taken as directed.
Partnering with Faith Family Health Care for Survivors Safe+Sound Somerset’s Manager of Community Outreach & Education, Victor Peralta, spent two days in late July training the doctors, nurses and other healthcare and office staff at Family Faith Health Care (FFHC) in North...
Article about what stalking is, examples including cyberstalking, and how to get help. From Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), which operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline.
An article that discusses how a mental health disorder does not mean that a person is abusive, and how, no matter what, partners have choices over the way they treat their partners.