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...
This safety plan is geared towards young adults and teens for how to stay safe in a relationship: at school and work, when they wake up, at home, with friends, and online
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.
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.