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Our Mission
The mission of Stop Domestic Violence is to serve all 50 states as a national non-profit organization dedicated to proactive services, support, education, healing, and assistance for victims, families, agencies and survivors of domestic violence of all genders and ethnicities, including but not limited to programs, educational events, seminars, direct assistance, including housing, transportation, legal assistance and more through fundraising, grants, and donations

There are dozens of well meaning domestic violence organizations out there and yet, domestic violence has increased an average of 8.9% a year since 2017.  It takes more than informing the public.

Founded by domestic violence survivors and former law enforcement and educational professionals, Stop Domestic Violence takes a "boots on the ground" proactive approach providing actual, tangible services to victims, survivors, schools, law enforcement and other first responders. We don't provide just education but actual educational tools that can be used to help keep everyone safe.

We also develop educational online tools for specific groups and circumstances. (Contact Us)

  • In the US an estimated 10 million people experience domestic violence every year

  • The cost of intimate partner violence is estimated at $8.3 billion per year

  • Between 960,000 and 3,000,000 million domestic violence cases are reported each year. The rest go unreported.

  • Between 2003 and 2008, 142 domestic violence victims were killed in the workplace

  • A study of intimate partner homicides found that 20% of victims were not the intimate partners themselves, but family members, friends, neighbors, persons who intervened, law enforcement responders, or bystanders.

  • 1 in 15 children are exposed to intimate partner violence each year, and 90% of these children are eyewitnesses to this violence.

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