October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and this year, we are focusing on turning awareness into action.
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Abusers frequently misuse technology to harass, frighten, threaten or stalk their partners. Some examples:
At the same time, technology has opened up new opportunities both for victims to seek help, and for the community to respond. Online acvitism against violence is raising new awareness of the issue, and advocates are finding new ways to reach out to people affected by abuse, and to help.
MCEDV provides training, consultation and technical assistance around issues of digital abuse and technology safety. Local domestic violence resource centers provide help in safety planning options related to technology. To learn more, please contact our office at 207.430.8334 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or call your local domestic violence resource center.