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YOUR VOICE MATTERS
Be an advocate for survivors of domestic violence.
Use your voice to support victims and survivors of domestic violence. By signing up to become an advocate, you will receive action alerts from PCADV when it’s time to contact your elected officials about policies that impact survivors. The actions only take a minute or two of your time to complete, but make a huge impact.
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Learn More About Domestic Violence
The theme for this year’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month is Every1KnowsSome1. Domestic violence is likely happening to somebody you care about, whether you can see it or not. Domestic violence comes in many forms, and it’s not just physical violence. While domestic violence can leave physical marks, it can also leave bruises on your credit, financial wellbeing, and your emotional and mental state.
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Know the Signs
Abusers protect themselves by controlling and manipulating their victims. Victims may deny being abused, but there are clear signs to help determine when to call for help.Learn How To Identify Domestic Violence
How to Help Someone
It’s imperative to get victims the help they need as soon as possible, but there are important steps to keep them safe.How to Safely Report Abuse
Types of Abuse
Abuse comes in many forms and is often difficult to detect. Understanding common types of abuse, which range from physical injury to financial exploitation, is the first step in ending a pattern of power and control.Learn the Different Types of Abuse