Dv and Sexual Violence
What is Domestic Violence?
Domestic Violence is a pattern of abusive behaviors, with the intent of maintaining power and control over an intimate partner.
These behaviors include emotional abuse, intimidation, coercion and threats, isolation, economic abuse, minimization, denial, and blame, using children, using privilege, and physical and sexual violence.
Some of these behaviors can be charged criminally, but most are rarely reported or charged.
What is Sexual Violence?
Sexual Violence is any kind of sexual activity that is imposed upon someone without their consent. These behaviors can include rape or other kinds of sexual assault but also include coercive behaviors to set up sexual activity. Additionally, sexual violence can include harassing and demeaning statements of a sexual nature.
How can we help
A New Hope Center educates and advocates to ensure that people are able to access any resources they need or have rights to. These resources include anything that may help create more safety as well as healing from the abuse.
Systems and Resources that we help with:
Prosecution and Criminal Courts
Child Protective Services
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Immigration and Language Access
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