DVA Warning Signs
Understanding the Signs & Seeing the Real Picture
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Many Victims are hesitant to share that they are experiencing DVA. This is due to a variety of potential reasons, including their pride, shame, lost confidence or sense of self-worth, belief that it may be their fault, and fear of violence or retribution. If we all better know the signs and symptoms of DVA, we can help those in need to better understand their situation, their options, pathway and resources available.
Warning Sign Examples
Below is a partial list of several of the Warning Signs of of someone experiencing Domestic Violence and Abuse:
This represents only a sample of possible DVA Warning Signs.
What Can We Do?
When we (Family, Friends, Neighbors, Colleagues & the Community) see the signs of DVA, we need to gain some knowledge, and engage in a conversation with the Victims. Our Foundation focuses on connecting individuals in need with the Education and available Resources to help them find their path towards emancipation.