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If you answered "yes" to some of these questions, you may be in an abusive relationship. Whether you need information, support, or a safe place to stay, the Domestic Violence Program has people who can help.
Call 703.746.4911 (TTY- 703.746.3288) to speak with someone from the Domestic Violence Program about the services offered.
Overwhelmingly, domestic violence is perpetrated by men against women.
Nationally, statistics indicate 95 percent of the victims are women.
Please call the Domestic Violence Program at 703.746.4911 if you are interested in attending the support group. Confidential weekly support group sessions for survivors of domestic violence or those currently in an abusive relationship. They may have learning difficulties, troubled relationships with adults and peers and be at risk for suicide.
You do not need to have any witnesses or a police report with you to file for the order.
These children are in danger and their homes are in chaos.
They live in daily fear and tension, which can cause them to be afraid of everything–and trust no one.
In Alexandria alone, hundreds of women and their children live in constant terror and pain as a result of family violence.
The abuse can be physical, ranging from slaps and kicks to punching and stabbing; or psychological, including threats or verbal abuse that make a person fear for her or his safety.