Okay, Got it.

Be Safe Online

If, at any time, you feel you need to leave this website quickly, click the "escape site" button. You'll be immediately sent to an urelated website (Yahoo.com).

Your Internet, online, and email activities can be easily traced. If you are in danger or feel that reading this website might be dangerous for you, click here to learn how to protect yourself while online.

A Real Story and Real Abuse

Deanna lived with her abusive boyfriend, Martin, for two years. She has no family to call for help and Martin does not allow her to have a job, friends or money. She plans to leave him. The last time she left, she ate at a soup kitchen three nights a week. The women running the…
Read the full article…

Safety Planning: One Step at a Time

If you determine you are in an abusive relationship, the first call to action is developing a plan that will keep you and your family safe. Working with a domestic violence advocate is also critically important. What should you do if you are being financially abused? Step One: Evaluate your personal confidence level regarding finances….
Read the full article…

Show Me the Money: Confronting Financial Abuse

“Money makes the world go around The world go around The world go around Money makes the world go around It makes the world go ’round.” – From the movie “Caberet” Did you know that many victims of domestic abuse stay with their abusers because they are not financially equipped to make it on their…
Read the full article…