DREAMCATCHERS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DIVISION
Domestic Violence is any physical or psychological abuse directed at partners, siblings, children or elders. Violence in the home harms everyone in the family. Children are especially vulnerable – If there is violence in the home where children reside it is considered child abuse. When they witness violent behavior between family members, or when they’re being abused themselves, they may repeat the cycle of abuse as they grow older. As parents it is our sole duty and responsibility to prevent family violence and protect our children. If you are experiencing violence in your home, remember you are not alone. Abusive behavior affects every neighborhood, ethnic background and economic class…it does not discriminate. No family is immune, but no family should ever be a victim of abuse!
Our new DV program is directed by a DV survivor, Ann Livingston. She is working adamantly on educating the public on domestic violence, prevention, awareness and the steps to escape an abusive relationship. You can visit her website at:
http://dreamcatchersdvdivision.weebly.com/, Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Dreamcatchers-Domestic-Violence-Division, or Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnnMLivingston
Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 for immediate help! 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)