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By guidedtosafety on March 24, 2014
One more week before our upcoming series for teens on dating abuse! There are a few seats remaining. No cost. Snacks will be served. With 1 in 3 teens being physically, emotionally, or sexually abused in a dating relationship, how can we afford to not raise the awareness of our youth? Contact us now, GuidedToSafety@gmail.com, […]
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By guidedtosafety on November 27, 2013
Clubs and gyms targeted to help male victims of domestic abuse By Ciaran Fagan Leicester Mercury launch: Joe Hanney, Det Con Mark Brennan and Safe Project’s Krishna Tailor at RWL Gym, for the campaign Police are to target sports clubs and gyms to urge men who are suffering domestic abuse to seek help. Leicestershire Police […]
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By guidedtosafety on November 24, 2013
New App Lets People in Abusive Relationships Seek Help Quickly by Laura Beck Jezebel Aspire News is a new app out for iPhone and Android that’s made for people in abusive relationships. It’s an interesting idea, and one that might actually help a lot of people.From Look Into the Mind: It’s disguised as a regular […]
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