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The Epidemic of Domestic Violence

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Justine Molina

on 20 November 2013

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Transcript of The Epidemic of Domestic Violence

The Epidemic of Domestic Violence
Annual Domestic Violence
Studies suggest that up to 10 million children witness some form of domestic violence annually (domesticviolencestatistics.org)

The United States loses on average between 4 and 7 children a day to child abuse and neglect.
Behavioral and Mental Outcomes of Abuse
Clinical Depression
Anxiety Disorder
Higher Levels of Aggression
Emotional Instability
Low Self-Esteem
Lack of Social Skills
Lower Cognitive Functioning
Poor Academic Performance
Lack of Motivation
Haven Women's Center
Founded in 1977 and was then established in 1980 as a non-profit organization that provides assistance to victims of domestic violence in the Stanislaus County.
Support Programs
Support Groups for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Legal Advocacy
Peer Counseling/Therapy Sessions
Confidential Shelter Services
Case Management Services
Improves safety of victim
Clothing for women and children
Unopened toiletry items
Gently used baby strollers
Nonperishable food items
Haven Women's Center provides a safe and educated environment to victims of domestic abuse and works to increase awareness of the epidemic of child abuse.
A society is a reflection of its child rearing practices. With donations,
Haven Women's Center
can continue to provide a safer and healthier alternative to domestic abuse for children and mothers in the Stanislaus community.
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