Break the cycle dating violence
It takes everyone – the entire community – to play a part in breaking the cycle of abuse. Victims of domestic violence and child abuse suffer significant health effects (mental, behavioral, physical, and more).Children who grow up in an abusive home are more likely to fall into the vicious cycle of failing to meet the needs of their own children.
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This devastating trauma impacts families, future generations, our communities, and our society as a whole.
Some organizations offer support and refuge, some offer healing, some offer protection, others offer advocacy.
"That excludes a huge amount of relationships - especially for young people," Cristina Escobar, a spokesperson for Break the Cycle, told Crimesider.
According to a nationwide survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control, approximately one in 10 high school students has been purposefully hit, slapped, or physically hurt by a boyfriend or girlfriend.