There is so much you can do to help survivors of domestic violence. Whether it’s educating others about what you’ve learned, or lettings others know that New Beginnings is here as a resource, we are grateful to you for spreading the word.
We hope that as you learn more about the complexities of domestic violence and the barriers that survivors face to getting help, accessing resources, or leaving abusive relationships, that you would share what you’ve learned with your community.
If you would like to have New Beginnings resources on hand in your workplace, faith community, community group, school, neighborhood coffee shop, or just for yourself, please contact our Sarah to request these materials. We are always happy to provide materials to the community so survivors know how to access an advocate and the services they need. We have brochures, clings that can go on windows, mirrors, and bathroom stalls, bookmarks, and small cards with the warning signs of abuse and our Helpline number on them that can easily fit in a wallet or be hidden.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Every year, we host events and training in October and try to get our materials in as many hands as possible to educate others about domestic violence and what they can do. We would love your help spreading the word!
We have created a Domestic Violence Awareness Month Toolkit that provides information about ways you can make a difference. You can start a conversation with your network, use social media to share information, attend an event, volunteer, or put up flyers about New Beginnings in your neighborhood.
It’s going to take all of us to stop the cycle of violence. We know we can do it. Together, we will end domestic violence!