Many of you are now regular visitors here at my blog, and for that, I am grateful. It means somebody is truly interested in learning more about domestic violence—or that they need to know more about it, because they are in it.
There is a lot of valuable information on the Victim Support Page of my website. No matter where you are, you should be able to go there and find some sort of assistance, along with the extensive information I share here on my blog. There will be times I become repetitious—not because I am running out of things to say, but because when it comes to domestic/intimate partner violence or sexual assault, or child abuse, many things bear repeating. Consider it friendly reminders. I feel it is most likely a bit of divine intervention, bringing something back to the forefront for someone who just happens to need to see it, read it, hear it again—or maybe it’s for someone who just wasn’t here the first time the topic was covered.
And for all you agencies and organizations who are dedicated to helping victims of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, rape crisis or child abuse—if you are not listed on our Victim Support Page, please make contact with me so we can share your information.
At any rate, to you, my dear visitor, please check out the Victim Support Page. Be sure to leave comments here and messages on the website, but especially, let me know what questions you still have so we can find your answer. There is a myriad of organizations out there, and most assuredly, one of them will have the answer you are looking for. I’d be happy to put you in contact with someone directly affiliated with the agency or organization best suited to help meet your needs.
Help is here!
- 3 in 4 U.S. Partner Violence Victims Go Unidentified in Emergency Rooms (sciencedaily.com)
- Domestic Violence Is More Than Just a Bad Temper (cshennecy.wordpress.com)