Blog posts tagged with "domestic violence"
Domestic Violence Awareness Month continues to be embody the heart of Safe Haven's mission at the shelter. We strive to provide awareness of the prevalence of domestic violence (one in three women will experience intimate partner violence in their l
January is National Stalking Awareness Month, and unfortunately, this awareness month often gets lost in the hustle and bustle of the New Year. Stalking can also feel less “scary” or dangerous, as those who have never experienced it may
What is Reproductive Coercion?
Transgender Day of Remembrance
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and we have chosen to focus our blog posts on types of abuse survivors experience. This week we are examining marital rape, its prevalence in abusive relationships, and the barriers survivors face in identifying it.
Safe Haven offers support groups for adults, but there have also been support groups recently added this year for youth. With the addition of our Youth Advocate in February, we have a significant increase in youth programming and services.
Safe Haven offers various support groups for survivors of abuse. Taking a first step to attend a support group is a huge milestone in a survivor’s life. However, before stepping into that support group setting, many have questions and are uncertain of what to expect.
Every October, Safe Haven participates in Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This year marks 30 years of October being recognized as Domestic Violence Awareness Month! We have several events going on this year that are open to the community.
Question: I am ready to leave my abusive partner, but feel torn. While we have a very toxic relationship he is such a great dad to our two children. I know they would be extremely upset if I left – even possibly angry and resentful towards me.
6 Quick Facts About Counseling Services at Safe Haven
"Ask Emily" is Safe Haven's new question and answer blog posts that covers commonly asked questions.
This past weekend, Safe Haven was able to attend the Mansfield Pride festival in downtown Mansfield. The theme of this year’s Pride was “One Community: United.” Their theme focused on how all members of the LGBTQ community are not a