Domestic Violence Test
Is your loved one being abused ?
Cover your tracks on your computer
Crime victim compensation
History of the Battered women's Movement
Facts on Firearms and Domestic Violence
Batterers, why they do what they do
Alcohol Abuse and Domestic Violence
Effects of Domestic Violence on Children
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Free DV Support Graphics
State DV Coalitions
New SS#'s for Victims
The CALL TO PROTECT campaign collects wireless phones to benefit survivors of domestic violence.
SADV strives to bring information about the dangers of violence to the forefront of our society through education. We believe that education is the key to the eradication of violence in our society. Communication is a valuable resource in the fight to end the violence. We must teach our children that violence is not an acceptable form of self-expression, they must be shown alternatives to violence. We must communicate the dangers of domestic violence to our family, friends, and coworkers. Merely talking about domestic violence helps to bring it out in the open and takes away the veil of taboo that helps to cloak the abusers of our world.
Domestic Violence Education
Domestic Violence Support
Domestic Violence in the News
Are you a survivor? Help others become survivors!
Violence against teen girls problem in US
Television Violence and Behavior
Violence Prevention and Early Intervention
Schools Attack the Roots of Violence.
Violence and Young Children's Development
A Slap in the Face
Male victims of domestic abuse slighted
Domestic Violence Against Men
Summary of the Violence Against Women Act 1994
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT OF 2000
President Proclaims October National Domestic Violence Awareness Month