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Domestic Violence and Your Health
Sometimes it is difficult to recognize the effect an abusive relationship can have on your health, but the impacts are substantial.
Ladies, Let's Change Tomorrow
Dr. Nancy C. Lee
Together — as women — we can help build each other up! Join the #StateofWomen movement today to help change tomorrow. Find out how you can get involved.
Sexual Assault Can Happen in Relationships, Too
FUTURES Without Violence, La Clinica del Pueblo
We often equate relationships with consent — leading to the misconception that sexual abuse cannot happen in marriages. This is far from the truth.
You Can Help Prevent Sexual Assault!
"It's not rape if we're in a relationship." False! Learn more about sexual assault and signs of unhealthy relationships.
Respect My Red: My Movement to End Assault
I was told by my parents that red means "stop." A red light, a red stop sign — these red signs aren't a suggestion that we stop. They insist that we stop.
Assessing Campus Climate to Change Campus Culture
Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, Dr. Caira Woods
Two years ago, the White House established the Task Force to Protect Students From Sexual Assault. Here's what's happened since then.
3 Conversations to Have With Your Kids This Year
As a parent, what you say and do really matters. Set aside time to talk with your kids about topics that will make them healthier for years to come.
Giving Power Back To Survivors
Getting appropriate medical care is a basic right. Victims of domestic violence can now take back control with their own health insurance.
New Funding for Better IPV Screening and Follow-up
Dr. Caira Woods
OWH's new grant program funds academic institutions to research effective public health responses to domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
#WhyIStayed Is Only Part of My Story
I was experiencing domestic violence, but I was not ready to admit it. And I was not ready to leave.
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