It can happen to anyone. You can be young or old. You can be a woman, man or a child. And, it can be in many different forms. It is also one of the most prevalent crimes that happen today. It is domestic violence and it can happen to anyone, anywhere.
- Domestic Violence Case Statistics
- Intimate Partner Violence
- What is Domestic Violence?
- Domestic Violence Against Men
- Statistics on Domestic Violence and Children Welfare
- General Domestic Violence Statistics
As mentioned, domestic violence can take several different forms. In most cases, domestic violence will be physical abuse, where one partner abuses the other. However, domestic violence can also be in the manner of verbal abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse and financial abuse, and other types.
- Types of Domestic Violence
- Various Forms of Domestic Violence
- Other Types of Violence or Abuse Against Women
- Domestic Violence
- Domestic Violence Information
- Domestic Violence Types
You may know a friend or family member who is starting to act differently. You may have noticed bruises and scarring that wasn’t there before. Or, you may notice that the victim is behaving differently than before. These can be signs of a domestic abuse and violence.
- Signs of Domestic Abuse or Violence
- Warning Signs of Domestic Violence
- Domestic Violence Signs of Abuse
- Warning Signals of Domestic Abuse and Violence
- Watch for Warning Signs of Relationship Violence
If you are a victim of domestic violence or abuse, you need to get help. In your community there are shelters and agencies that can offer help. You may need to go to the police for an order of protection and possibly legal action. But the most important thing is the safety of you and your children. Getting away from a dangerous situation should be your first priority.
- Resources by State
- Get Help for Domestic Violence
- Victims of Domestic Violence
- National Domestic Violence Hotline
- Domestic Violence and Abuse
- Find Domestic Violence and Abuse Help
- National Domestic Violence Resources
- Domestic Violence Resources
- National Center for Domestic Violence Resources
- Family Violence Prevention Resources
This page was last updated by Brian Joslyn