Domestic Violence Awareness Month October 2021 – What You Need To Know

Domestic Violence Awareness Month October 2021 – What You Need To Know


October 1st marks the start of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. So we are going to be talking a lot this month about survival, getting help, resources, how to help our family and more because honestly, we never truly know what is going on behind the scenes.

Domestic violence effects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men, this sadly has become a common fact. So chances are, there is someone in your inner circle who is being hurt and can’t find their way out, especially with our world having been so changed by the quarantine – domestic violence cases are way up. Now we need to get our conversations way up.

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) was born to help these people over 30 years ago. Today, they are a strong, yet little known, resource for victims, survivors, and family members reaching out with open arms to over 10 million people a year who are physically harmed by a loved one. Read more here about the history of the NCADV.

I have put together a list of resources to help get your conversation going at home. Check them out:

The Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) – they are open 24 hours and can help no matter what point you are at.

5 Ways You Can Get Involved In Domestic Violence Awareness Month Today!

What Is Domestic Violence Abuse?

20 Unbelievable Facts About Domestic Violence

Conscious Parenting: 6 Ways To Talk To Your Children About Domestic Violence

The Effects of Domestic Violence on Children

5 Things You Should Never Say To A Domestic Violence Victim

7 Types Of Domestic Violence

Signs Of Domestic Violence

7 Reasons Why Domestic Violence Victims Stay

10 Ways To Support A Domestic Violence Survivor

How Domestic Violence Affects Us All

Get Started Healing Today

Malibu Mama Loves Xx

Author: malibumamaloves

I am a conscious mama, a dv survivor, a conscious trauma informed life coach who has overcome trauma and helps others turn their pain into purpose in facing their unhealed traumas.

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