By RJ Parker Publishing, Inc.
Coming April 30 and available now for pre-ordering in paperback and eBook editions, PARENTS WHO KILLED THEIR CHILDREN: Filicide
By 360 Media LLC
Claudia Black M.S.W. PhD is a renowned author and trainer internationally recognized She designs and presents training workshops and seminars to professional audiences in the field of family service, mental health, addiction and correctional services
By Human Resource Essential
This song is a compelling expression of the lasting and far-reaching effects of...
By Child Abuse Prevention Center
The Child Abuse Prevention Center, Orange County’s leading not-for-profit exclusively aimed at preventing child abuse, will host its 14th Annual Bright Futures Celebration on May 12, 2012 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, Calif.
Asia Society for Social Improvement and Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST) and Women’s Crisis Center (WCC) held an assembly and roundtable to wrap up the EU-funded project (Undertaking Survivors’ Experience in accessing Republic Act (RA) 9262.
Students to learn about recognizing subtle signs from a survivor of family violence and child sexual abuse, enhancing textbook and classroom coverage of the issue.
Children who live with family violence face a number of risks along with abundance of social, emotional, and behavioral affects. The article below describes the face of family violence on children.
By Dara Carlin, Rep. John Mizuno, AngelGroup
Hawaii's statutory law forbids perpetrators of Domestic Violence to have custody, but it appears Maui's Judge Tanaka feels he's above the law; giving custody to an abuser. He's poised to order relocation to another state, as he's done in other cases.
By Polaris Health Directions
Polaris has received continued federal funding for its behavioral health product solution for assessing and treating abused women.
By Baitul Salaam Network, Inc.
Muslims Unite to end Domestic Abuse in their mist. Several Muslim domestic abuse awareness advocates have joined together to bring more attention to the subject of domestic abuse and hold leaders in their community accountable.
Shana Smith will be a panelist for the F.A.C.E.S summit on family violence prevention. Each year Community Leaders present their views on panels about the growing problem of domestic violence and its effect on the community at Hearts in Action.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc
Older African American women exposed to high levels of family violence during their lifetimes are at significantly greater risk of poor health status, according to a report in the current issue of Journal of Women’s Health.