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Intimate partner violence has wrongfully had a place in personal and generational histories. Creating a future that doesn’t repeat the past begins with understanding the problem, education on the impact of abuse on victims, and offering insights into where change can happen to end the cycle of violence for future generations.
The presence of family is the biggest support
Sexual Assault has been misunderstood and misrepresented for far too long. Learn about the basics of sexual violence and the importance of consent to change the culture of victim-blaming.
Stalking has expanded and become more prevalent in the last 20 to 30 years. There are many methods used to stalk a victim and with the expansion of technology, those methods have only increased.
Healthy relationships are learned and our first relationships can begin as a teen. As teens navigate this new experience they can misunderstand certain behaviors. If left uncorrected, abusive behaviors can become normalized in future relationships.
Children
Child Abuse is difficult for children to understand, hard for a caring adult to recognize, and the consequences can be far-reaching.
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Abuse impacts the LGBTQIA community at a higher rate but they are less likely to reach out for support and services. By creating a welcoming and judgment-free space, we can begin to provide healing and help end the cycle of abuse.
Societal standards of masculinity downplay male victimization, inhibit survivors from accessing the healing services they need, and perpetuates the cycle of abuse. Any person can be a victim of abuse and everyone deserves safety and security.
The presence of family is the biggest support
We believe in the importance of teaching healthy relationships, boundaries, and communication to children and teens with the goal of preventing the violence from the beginning or giving them the tools to end it. Live Violence Free extends its value of education to the community at large through our One Conversation podcasts, training, and presentations.
Intimate partner violence has wrongfully had a place in personal and generational histories. Creating a future that doesn’t repeat the past begins with understanding the problem, education on the impact of abuse on victims, and offering insights into where change can happen to end the cycle of violence for future generations.
The presence of family is the biggest support
Sexual Assault has been misunderstood and misrepresented for far too long. Learn about the basics of sexual violence and the importance of consent to change the culture of victim-blaming.
Stalking has expanded and become more prevalent in the last 20 to 30 years. There are many methods used to stalk a victim and with the expansion of technology, those methods have only increased.
Healthy relationships are learned and our first relationships can begin as a teen. As teens navigate this new experience they can misunderstand certain behaviors. If left uncorrected, abusive behaviors can become normalized in future relationships.
Children
Child Abuse is difficult for children to understand, hard for a caring adult to recognize, and the consequences can be far-reaching.
lgbt-prides-XSJRLHE
Abuse impacts the LGBTQIA community at a higher rate but they are less likely to reach out for support and services. By creating a welcoming and judgment-free space, we can begin to provide healing and help end the cycle of abuse.
Societal standards of masculinity downplay male victimization, inhibit survivors from accessing the healing services they need, and perpetuates the cycle of abuse. Any person can be a victim of abuse and everyone deserves safety and security.
The presence of family is the biggest support
We believe in the importance of teaching healthy relationships, boundaries, and communication to children and teens with the goal of preventing the violence from the beginning or giving them the tools to end it. Live Violence Free extends its value of education to the community at large through our One Conversation podcasts, training, and presentations.