Big List of Resources for Domestic Abuse, Violence, and Neglect

Abuse is never an easy thing to deal with on your own. If you or someone you love is involved in an abusive situation or is having a rough time picking up the pieces from a previous situation, these additional resources can offer some guidance and assistance.

Domestic and Personal Issues:

Advice and Information on a wide range of issues (Domestic Abuse, Depression, Substance Abuse, Sexuality, etc.):   www.reachout.com

Information on Abuse and Making a Change on a Larger Scale: www.ncadv.org

Information about Domestic Violence: www.domesticviolence.org

Information on Domestic Abuse, Child Abuse, Elderly Abuse, etc.: http://www.helpguide.org/home-pages/abuse.htm

Domestic Abuse Information and Personal Stories, etc.: http://www.hiddenhurt.co.uk

Information and other Resources for Abuse in General: http://www.ncadv.org/need-help/get-help

 

Support for Victims:

One-on-one support for Abuse and Rape Victims: www.familycrisisfoundation.com 

One-on-one support for those Having a Difficult Time in general: www.thehotline.org

Support for those dealing with Domestic Abuse of All Forms: http://www.safehorizon.org

 

Relationships:

Relationship Advice for Young Adults: www.b4udecide.ie

Relationship Advice on Keeping Your Relationship Free from Abuse: www.breakthecycle.org/ 

 

Blog Posts:

Blog Posts and Stories about Abusive Situations:   http://www.getdomesticviolencehelp.com/domestic-violence-help-blog.html

Blog Posts, Videos, and a Variety of other Resources for Domestic Violence: https://sweetmarie9619.wordpress.com/

Blog Posts with Stories about Child Abuse: https://www.child-abuse-effects.com/child-abuse-blog.html

Blog Posts from Child Abuse Survivors: https://www.edcinstitute.org/we-are-survivors.html

Blog Posts about Childhood Abuse and Partner Rape: http://abusesurvivorblog.com/

Blog Posts dealing with Verbal Abuse: https://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/category/verbalabuseinrelationships/

Blog Posts about Substance Abuse and Personal Stories: https://teens.drugabuse.gov/blog/category/real-life-stories

Blog Posts about Emotional Abuse (you may need to click around a bit): http://recoverfromemotionalabuse.com/blog/

 

Twitter Resources on Abuse (with their own description):

https://twitter.com/navsos_org - 

Narcissistic Abuse Victim Syndrome Online Support is an online platform to support for those who have been exposed to narcissistic abuse.

 

https://twitter.com/loadedbbw

Welcome to Female Survivors Of Domestic Violence,.I am survivor of Domestic Violence I'm the Founder of two wonderful Facebook Groups.

 

https://twitter.com/endrapeoncampus - 

Ending sexual assault on campus through direct support, preventative education, and policy reform. Reach out: info@endrapeoncampus.org & help 

 

https://twitter.com/knowyourIX

Empowering students to end gender violence in school. A project of @AdvocatesTweets#INeedIX

 

https://twitter.com/safercampus

SAFER strengthens student led movements to combat sexual & interpersonal violence in campus communities. Retweets =/= endorsements.

 

https://twitter.com/DateSafeProject

The DATE SAFE Project provides trustworthy guidance and How To skills for dating, relationships, sexual decision-making, and for reducing sexual assault.

 

https://twitter.com/mencanstoprape

MISSION: mobilize men to end violence against women. HOW: youth & college programming, public awareness campaigns, & trainings for professionals

 

https://twitter.com/MoveEndViolence

Move to End Violence, a program of the NoVo Foundation, is designed to strengthen our collective capacity to end violence against girls and women in the U.S.

 

https://twitter.com/silence2strngth

Author/Illustrator of Finding Ella's Colors. DV survivor/thriver. Alcoholic abuser tried to kill me. Killed himself next to me instead. PTSD, anxiety.

 

https://twitter.com/WithoutViolence

We work to prevent and end violence against women, children, and families throughout the world. Join us by signing up for our email list below.

 

When in the midst of an abusive situation, it may be difficult to think clearly and come up with a solution to remedy the abuse, while trying to implement it may feel almost impossible. However, given the right tools and the will power to create change, it most certainly is possible, even more so– it is probable. Many may feel overwhelmed and may not know where to start, but it is important to start somewhere.

 

Please continue to check in with us each week for a new post about abusive behavior and how it can affect your life and the lives of those around you. There is always that first action to helping someone you care about. Let this be it!

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