MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
No one deserves to experience domestic violence. A little bit of help can make a difference.
Abuse This is an ever evolving list of resources about domestic violence that will help on various aspects from education, awareness, tools for parents, tools for educators, and support for survivors.
The NCADV’s mission is to lead, mobilize and raise voices to support efforts that demand a change of conditions that lead to domestic violence such as patriarchy, privilege, racism, sexism, and classism. NCADV is dedicated to supporting survivors and holding offenders accountable and supporting advocates.
24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.
Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.
Love is respect is the national resource to disrupt and prevent unhealthy relationships and intimate partner violence by empowering young people through inclusive and equitable education, support, and resources. A project of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, love is respect offers 24/7 information, support, and advocacy to young people between the ages of 13 and 26 who have questions or concerns about their romantic relationships. We also provide support to concerned friends and family members, teachers, counselors, and other service providers through the same free and confidential services via phone, text, and live chat.
The mission of the Family Crisis Center is to be the expert resource and service provider in eliminating domestic and sexual violence in Bastrop, Colorado, Fayette, and Lee Counties. The Family Crisis Center envisions a safe community built on equality without the existence of violence.
The SAFE Alliance is a merger of Austin Children’s Shelter and SafePlace, both long-standing and respected human service agencies in Austin serving the survivors of child abuse, sexual assault and exploitation, and domestic violence.
The Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) is a coalition in Texas dedicated solely to creating safer communities and freedom from family violence. Their team provides tools, training, and best practice techniques to assist those working in and alongside the movement to end family violence.
Every day, young people navigate relationships – crushes, breakups, sexuality, firsts, and hookups – but they don’t always have the space to talk about them, learn about them, or share their experiences. Let’s Be Real creates that space. Grounded in our belief that everyone deserves a healthy relationship and everyone can take action in their own way, we amplify the voices of young people ages 12-24.
Let’s Be Real provides you with online and in-person opportunities to have real conversations about your experiences, tap into your creativity, and apply your individual gifts and talents towards building a culture without abuse. It’s not a club, it’s not a group, it’s a movement. By young people, for young people, about relationships.
Love is Not Abuse began in 2017 and is a growing national grassroots coalition of adults who want to learn about and prevent dating abuse.
Members can be active advocates, parents, teachers, government officials, health care workers, or basically any caring adult working with youth. LINA is youth-informed, builds a national adult ally network, and creates content to be used in communities across the country.
NO MORE is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault by increasing awareness, inspiring action and fueling culture change.
Kim, a Duluth, MN mother of three, is at the center of this compelling exploration of gender violence. As Kim and her daughters flee to a domestic violence shelter, we follow the harrowing struggles in a single-parenting survivor’s quest to find work, housing and peace of mind. This multi-level narrative also examines the causes of domestic violence and solutions that have evolved to stop it.