Intimate partner violence, also known as domestic violence,is a national public health crisis of mass proportions.
men and women in the United States experience intimate partner violence during their lifetime.
is the estimated annual cost associated with intimate partner violence in the United States alone.
is the estimated annual cost in the United States of physical and mental health problems, and infectious and chronic diseases, triggered by IPV.
men and women in the United States experience
intimate partner violence during their lifetime.
1 in 3
women experience contact sexual violence,
physical violence, and/or stalking by a partner
during their lifetime, most for the first time before age 25.
1 in 7
men experience severe physical violence
by a partner during their lifetime.
children in the United States live in families in which
partner violence occurred at least once in the past year
is the estimated annual cost associated with
intimate partner violence in the United States alone.
in productivity is lost each year due to intimate partner violence,
nearly 8 million days of work or 32,000 full-time jobs.
25 times greater
The global cost of intimate partner violence is 25 times greater
than the cost of wars, terrorism, and armed conflict combined.
That’s 5.2% of global GDP.
is the estimated annual cost in the United States
of physical and mental health problems, and infectious
and chronic diseases, triggered by intimate partner violence.
1 in 3
teens report knowing a friend or peer who has been hit,
punched, slapped, choked, or physically hurt by their partner.
mental health care visits each year
are related to intimate partner violence.
women are murdered each day in
the United States by their partners.
A public awareness campaign to foster trust by socializing the message: What better way to talk about it than someone you can trust? After all… it’s just between us.
A proven methodology to leverage existing social structures and bridge the gap to foster a more coordinated response and prevention approach at the grassroots level.
Practical training and skills development for health care, workplaces, schools, youth organizations, social services, and faith communities to screen, intervene and prevent intimate partner violence.
Real-time, 24/7 access to community resources and support systems to get victims the immediate support they need, when they need them.
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