Violence in the home affects all family members. Children are affected when they see their parents being yelled at, pushed, or hit. A third of all children who see their mothers beaten develop emotional problems. Boys who see their fathers beat their mothers are ten times more likely to be abusive in their adult intimate relationships.
Domestic violence does not discriminate against gender, race, socio‑economic status, marital status, or age.
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Just for teens. It’s a chance to share ideas about violence prevention, celebrate the work being done throughout the state and meet with state legislators. Registration is required and limited to 40 participants. For more information visit the Prevention page and click on Teens.
If you want to launch the No More campaign in your own community, here are the materials that will help you do it. Visit the Resources/No More Campaign page for more information.
A report of domestic violence deaths in Indiana is now available: DV Fatality Review 2009-10.
Join us for the 10th annual walk/run/wheelchair roll to benefit ICADV. It all begins at Victory Field at 8 am. Come for the competition or just to take a nice 3.1 mile walk through downtown Indy with your friends and family. All money raised will benefit ICADV and the work to prevent and eliminate domestic [...]