Domestic Violence Prevention
October is Domestic Violence Prevention Month. See what one group of high school students is doing to help raise awareness of Domestic Violence in this video they produced. Find out more in our Domestic Violence
Living in a Violent Home
For teens, living in a house affected by domestic
violence can have devastating, life-long effects. Teens living with
domestic violence face the unique problem of trying to fit in with their
peers while keeping their home life a secret. The result can be teens who never learn to form trusting, lasting
relationships, or teens who end up in violent relationships themselves. But Rubyanna learned to survive living in a violent home through music.
Check out the video below with Rubyanna, then go to our Domestic Violence
page for more info.
Rubyanna, a talented singer/songwriter, talks about living in a violent home, experiencing sexual abuse, and how she is surviving it through her music.
Need Help with a Domestic Violence Situation?
Learn more about what to do at this helpful chat line, available 24/7. Love Is Respect is a partnership between Break the Cycle and the National Domestic Violence Hotline. Just click the image below to check it out.