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The first weeks of 2018 have already brought news of two domestic violence homicides in Maine. On January 10th in Temple, a small town in Franklin County, Thomas Masse allegedly killed his wife, Michelle, and then himself. This week, Anthony Leng was arrested and charged with murdering Sokha Khoun on January 7 in the home they shared in Portland.
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The Maine Coalition to End Domestic Violence seeks a full-time Administrative Services Coordinator to be a vital part of coordinating and integrating statewide work in response to and to prevent domestic abuse and violence, dating violence, stalking, and human trafficking. ...
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this year, we are focusing on turning awareness into action.
Check out our list of statewide and local initiatives, located throughout the state. No matter where you live, there is something...
The right to determine what happens to our own physical selves has everything to do with our safety and wellbeing. Attacks on bodily autonomy are central to the issue of domestic violence. The behavior of those who commit domestic abuse is rooted in the belief that they have the right to make decisions about every facet of their partners’ lives, including their bodies.
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This website is supported in part by Grant No. 1201-MESDVC and 1301-MESDVC awarded by the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Family Violence Prevention and Services Act / Grants to State Domestic Violence Coalitions; Agreement Number CFS-11-2013A awarded by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services; and the Verizon Foundation. The information, opinions, findings, conclusions and recommendations expressed here are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the aforementioned funding agencies.