Listen without judgement, advice, or expectation. Let them know that the abuse is not their fault. Call the hotline number (325-597-7644) for more information and support.
Most hotlines, advocacy, or shelter organizations could benefit from your time, financial support, or other donations. Call to find out how you can help in your area.
If you see someone being abused, call the police. Doing nothing can make the abuse worse and even deadly.
Call your local shelter to schedule informational workshops for your workplace, community group, or church. Encourage schools to include abuse prevention as part of their curricula.
Make a commitment to work for equality and ending violence in all of its forms.