Social distancing most impacts domestic violence victims because they are unable to reach out for help as their abusive partner is in the home.
Safe Horizon's Maureen Curtis explains why domestic violence survivors may not seek shelter during the (COVID-19) Coronavirus crisis.
Actress and adult survivor of child sex abuse Teri Hatcher urges lawmakers to extend the Child Victims Act lookback window, especially amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Domestic violence victims at home with abusive partners amid the coronavirus crisis can call Safe Horizon's Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-621-HOPE (4673).
Many victims of domestic violence decide not to leave during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Safe Horizon's Maureen Curtis explains why.
Safe Horizon's Maureen Curtis explains how self-isolation due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) can increase the threat of violence and abuse.
“Our goal is not to get survivors to leave abusive relationships, it's to help them be safer in whatever way that looks like for them.” - Safe Horizon's Kim Kavern
Safe Horizon's Kimberlina Kavern comments on how COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is impacting victim services and we are continuing to provide resources.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is forcing people to stay home, which can be dangerous for domestic violence survivors. Safe Horizon's Kimberlina Kavern explains how a safety plan can help.
This Holiday Season and Year-Round, Safe Horizon Offers Safety, Support, Connection, and Hope COVID-19 has affected and changed all our lives. Some changes have been painful, while others have been beneficial. In many cases, family ties have become stronger and more meaningful. Sadly though, for many of Safe Horizon’s ...