If you are in danger call 911.
Or reach the National Domestic Violence Hotline
at 1­-800-799-7233 or TTY 1­-800-787-3224.
review these safety tips.

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DVAM 2015 is Now!

I'm a Survivor

A special domestic abuse awareness event dedicated to facilitating activism and helping victims become survivors. The conference will include testimonies from actual survivors of domestic abuse, a self-defense class, and speakers/leaders from the local community on what we can do to "take the lid off the silence" of abuse. Doors open at 8:30am.

5th Annual National Call of Unity

Domestic violence affects everyone–women, children and men–and everyone must be part of the solution. On this annual, free 45-minute call, several national organizations, governmental agencies, local domestic violence programs, advocates, allies, survivors and their family and friends gather together to connect and refocus our efforts to end domestic violence. Please dial (877) 594–8353 and use the passcode 751-52-623# to join this call.

"Get Out" Impact Day 2014 Conference

The Metropolitan Dallas Alumnae Chaper of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and The Theta Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. presents "Get Out" Impact Day 2014 Conference focused on domestic violence. The event will have 4 adult classes, one men's only class, and one youth focused class for teens 13-17. 
The topics to be discussed will be:

Youth Activism and Engagement: Tips for Reach Youth

The conversation about preventing and ending dating abuse must include youth. Learn how to engage the young people in your life in anti-violence activism – in school and in the community. Click here to register:

High-Tech Helping and Hurting: The Role of Technology in Dating Abuse

Technology has changed the field of abuse prevention and response. Find out how social media and other high-tech systems can be used both as tools of abuse and as resources for providing help. Click here to register:

Know Your Rights: The Legal System Response to Dating Abuse

Young survivors of dating abuse have a multitude of resources available to them, but many young people (and their supporters) do not know their legal options. Learn the ways that the legal system can help young people end abusive relationships and stay safe. Click here to register:

Youth Perspectives on Dating Abuse

Join members of Love is Respect's National Youth Advisory Board as they discuss dating abuse, healthy relationships and how to help a friend experiencing abuse. Click here to register:

First Look - A Guide to Break the Cycle's TDVAM Events

In this webinar, participants will learn about what has been planned throughout the month of February for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month and how they can get involved. Click here to register:

Domestic Violence, Gender, and Culture: Shining a Light

The Sexuality, Women & Gender Project (SWG) invites the community for an event in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), taking place at Teachers College on October 17th from 6-9pm. A panel discussion on the role of gender and culture in domestic/intimate partner violence will be followed by a wine reception. This is a complimentary event, but RSVP is required as space is limited. Please wear purple this day to Teachers College in solidarity of DVAM and in particular to the event!

Together We Can

Join us for an evening of discussion, art, and engagement. Together, we can create a healthier, more respectful future for Sitka!