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Our mission is to empower survivors of domestic abuse and engage the community to break the cycle of violence. Domestic abuse is a pattern of incidents of controlling, threatening, degrading and violent behavior by a partner. It is very common and comes in all forms, such as, emotional, physical, sexual, and financial. If you are experiencing behaviors depicting abuse, please seek help immediately and know that you are not alone.

Upcoming Events

SPEAK Teen Leadership Conference

February 23, 2019 - 10:00am | Raritan Community College

For high school students interested in building their capacity for leadership and civic engagement, while increasing their knowledge about healthy friendships and dating relationships. 

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SPEAK 5k

April 07, 2019 - 9:00am | Duke Island Park | Old York Rd, Bridgewater, NJ 08807

Run for healthy relationships!

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Fore Love Open and Ladies Clinic 2019

July 15, 2019 - 12:00pm | Canoe Brook Country Club 1108 Morris Turnpike, Summit, NJ 07091

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From The Blog

Guiding Today’s Preteens and Teens Towards Healthy Romantic Relationships

By Jessica Skultety, Community Outreach Associate

Simply put, abuse is a pattern of behaviors used to gain power and control over another person in a dating relationship. It can take on many forms, including physical, emotional, sexual, financial, verbal, digital, and stalking.

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For Immigrant Women, Domestic Violence Creates a Double Threat

When Samuel asked Karla to move to the US a few months into their relationship, she thought it was a great idea.

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Domestic Violence in the LGBTQ Community

Those who identify as a part of the LGBTQ community are at an increased risk of abuse within their lifetime as compared to heterosexual, cisgender peers

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