Michigan has seen more cries for help in the last three months than most of 2020. With the pandemic pressing on, Michigan’s domestic violence experts only expect it to get worse.
Leaving an abusive relationship is the most dangerous time for any survivor. That's why Michigan advocates say it's imperative the Violence Against Women Act is fully reauthorized.
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For survivors of abuse, a new law seeks to mitigate the risk that their residential address falls into their abuser's hands.
A strong support system is critical to survivors of domestic and sexual violence. This Michigan shelter explains how to be an ally in those situations.
Flint-area resident Harmony Lloyd’s been on the frontlines of after-care counseling for women impacted by violence. She is a promonent of the Violence Against Women’s Act and believes everyone across the aisle should be, too.
Michigan Therapist Erica Carulli gives us the advice we need this October for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.