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Statistically, you know several victims of domestic violence. It affects 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men.
Over 3 million children every year are exposed to domestic violence.
Children who are exposed to domestic violence are more likely to suffer long term health problems.
Domestic violence costs over $5.8 billion each year.
Domestic violence knows no boundaries.
Women aged 20–24 are at greater risk of becoming domestic violence victims.
Afraid to Leave, Afraid to Stay.
Jackson Katz: Violence Against Women. It's a Men's Issue.
Leslie Morgan Steiner: Why Domestic Violence Victims Don't Leave.
Help end domestic violence in your community. http://bit.ly/15Jipap
Help eradicate domestic violence from our communities by speaking out during domestic violence awareness month. Get the facts: http://bit.ly/1hlAwTx
Celebrities are standing up to say NOMORE to domestic violence: http://nomore.org/psas
Domestic violence in one home hurts the entire community. Spread awareness & help victims heal with these resources: http://calvcp.ca.gov/dvam/resources.aspx
Is it abuse? Find domestic violence warning signs & call or text @loveisrespect for support at any time! http://www.loveisrespect.org
Children may try to intervene to stop domestic violence, putting them at risk of injury or death. Domestic violence awareness month facts: http://vcgcb.ca.gov/docs/brochures/DVAM2013FactSheet.pdf
1 in 3 female homicide victims was murdered by her current or former partner. Get the facts on domestic violence: http://vcgcb.ca.gov/docs/brochures/DVAM2013FactSheet.pdf
1 in 4 women experiences domestic violence. You probably know someone who could use help. Share these resources for victims: http://vcgcb.ca.gov/resources.aspx
Over 60% of domestic violence crimes occur in the family home, but the effects don't stay at home. (Via @HelpingVictims' Resource Guide) http://vcgcb.ca.gov/resources.aspx
Young girls who witness domestic violence are more likely to become victims of abuse as adults. #DVAM factsheet: http://vcgcb.ca.gov/docs/brochures/DVAM2013FactSheet.pdf