Domestic Violence / Intimate Partner Violence

“In (sad) fact, if a full jumbo jet crashed into a mountain killing everyone on board, and if that happened every month, month in and month out, the number of people killed still wouldn’t equal the number of women murdered by their husbands and boyfriends each year.”

“Battered women’s shelters are the closest things we have to homicide prevention centers.”

Gavin de Becker, The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals That Protect Us from Violence

LGO Subject Matter Expert(s): to be announced.

The Three Categories of Consideration With Unique Components

1. Heterosexual Relationships

2. Relationships in Communities-of-Color

3. LGBTQ+ Relationships


**The programs and resources listed below are a part of an ongoing process of analysis. Take them as initial recommendations for your education. We will announce in the future if we form official partnerships with organizations. We will announce when we donate funds to organizations. These are the organizations that we are researching and considering.**





“24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides essential tools and support to help survivors of domestic violence so they can live their lives free of abuse.

Contacts to The Hotline can expect highly-trained, expert advocates to offer free, confidential, and compassionate support, crisis intervention information, education, and referral services in over 200 languages.”


“The IPV Prevention Council envisions a future in which a multitude of agencies and organizations at the local, state, territory, tribal and national levels are engaged with domestic violence coalitions in collaborative and sustained primary prevention activities leading to the social change that addresses the root causes of intimate partner violence in our culture.”


Nat'l Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community

“The mission of the National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community is to mobilize the community to respond to and end domestic, sexual and community violence in the Black community. We actualize this mission through research, public awareness and community engagement, and resource development. Ujima serves as a resource to:

  • Survivors of violence
  • Advocates and service providers
  • The community at-large

The Vision of The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community is to create a world where Black women and girls live free from violence.”

Active Relationships

“Active Relationships Center develops training course that improve relationship wellness, enhance life skills, and promote wise choices. Active Relationships Center (ARC®) certifies leaders (facilitators) to present its proven curricula to singles, couples, youth and families in all walks of life. ARC conducts trainings and workshops worldwide, and has trained facilitators on every continent except Antarctica.

Our training and course materials are utilized internationally by organizations in the private and non-profit sector, and by the U.S. Armed Forces to build personal, family, and career strengths. Curricula are also utilized by federally and state funded agencies in faith-based and in secular arenas, including community-based initiatives.”