Friend to Friend is committed to providing an abuse-free culture for all. All people have a variety of identities including race, class, gender, sexuality, religious beliefs, age, cultural background, and more. This is also true for the clients we serve.Read More
As hashtags such as #MeToo and #WhyIDidntReport circulated across social media in support of sexual assault survivors, a corresponding hashtag also appeared: #SaveOurSons. And as a #boymom, I have some thoughts.
Caroline ReynoldsRead More
Love yourself enough to set boundaries. Your time and energy are precious. You get to choose how you use it. You teach people how to treat you by deciding what you will and won’t accept.
Stress is the body’s natural response to stressors, or situations that the body perceives as dangerous. Also known as the fight or flight response, your body will respond with the following psychological and physiological actions: increased heart rate, blood pressure rises, breath quickens, and senses sharpen.Read More
Mental health concerns are common in individuals who have experienced traumatic events such as domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Not taking care of yourself and not allowing yourself to heal from past trauma puts you at further risk, and can cause you to develop unhealthy coping mechanisms.Read More
What are your strengths? What are you good at? Maintain your focus on what you are good at, not on what you may be lacking in.Read More
Friend to Friend is committed to researching the latest data and information relating to best practices for survivors of domestic violence…Read More
"1 in 3 women ages 18 to 34 have been sexually harassed at work. 71% of those women said they did not report it"Read More
As an organization, and as a community, we must ask the question why?Read More