These resources encourage students, staff, and faculty to raise awareness and increase the intolerance of IPV on our campuses and in their surrounding communities.Also, many national groups and nonprofits, like Break the Cycle, Futures Without Violence, Men Can Stop Rape, National Domestic Violence Hotline, and the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network help provide assistance for victims, abusers, and family members of abusers or abuse victims.YWCA of Greater Los Angeles Offers services, workshops, and programs for youth, sexual assault survivors, seniors, and child development.
Grant said a major challenge in her efforts is that many students don’t recognize abusive behavior when they see it.
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