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The Facts and Plan

Did you know? 53% of American teens and adults know a victim of domestic violence.

Within our programs, and in partnership with the community, we constantly gather data and measure the impact of intervention and prevention strategies surrounding domestic violence. Our research allows us to develop best practices, identify the needs of the community, and create an ongoing roadmap for continuous betterment. By learning from the work of service providers, municipal leaders, and people like you, we are able to foster new ideas for an increasingly healthy and safe community.

Are you interested in learning more about the impact of domestic violence in our community? Visit our Stats page for facts and statistics like the one above.

For information on Equity: Listening to the Truth, Amplifying Voices, Changing Systems—our Community Wide Plan designed to facilitate collaborative relationships between service providers, provide training on best practices, and advocate for those who experience violence—click here.

For more information on the impact of domestic violence in the LGBTQ+ community and how to become involved in our Service Equality Task Force, click here and here.

And to learn about dating violence on college campuses and the Higher Education Impact Team, click here.