What We Do

When we say, "Boots on the Ground Survivor Services" we mean it.  We provide tangible services and assistance to fight domestic violence and provide real tools and services to those who need them.

Training/Education:

 We provide training materials including, but not limited to, webinars, live video conferences, printed material and power points to first responders, prosecutors, courts, advocates, shelters, employers and more.  Read More
Children and Teens:

 We offer educational and training materials including, but not limited to, webinars, live video conferences, printed material and power points to schools, universities and colleges, organizations (Boy/Girl Scouts, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, youth centers, etc.) including coping skills and how to stay safe.  Read More
Cyber Stalking/Abuse

Statistics show that cyber bullying and abuse can begin in a child's life as early as 12 years old and doesn't peak until age 17. Sadly, it often leads to youth suicide. We provide schools, agencies, youth programs and parents with tools to teach children how to avoid it, what to look for, how to cope if they are victims and referrals to support systems .  Read More
Survivor Services:

 We do not provide cash to victims or survivors. What we can provide is up to 30 days housing, utilities, food, children's holiday gifts,  clothing, transportation, bus tickets (and, in some rare circumstances, airline tickets), dental (due to abuse), job leads, and police escorts to safety.
The amount of services we are able to provide each year is directly linked to the amount of donations Stop Domestic Violence receives.
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