Each One, Reach One

"Each One, Reach One" was chosen as the title of this informative packet about domestic violence, because we all know someone at some time or another who is a victim. This packet not only has information on domestic violence, but also other topics such as:

  • Angry Children/Angry Parents
  • Are We Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution?
  • Caregiver Stress or a Pattern of Domestic Violence?
  • Cyber Safety for Teens
  • Domestic Violence and Women with Low Income
  • Domestic Violence Is Deadly
  • Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
  • Easing the Teasing
  • Effective Discipline
  • Fact About Domestic Violence Nationally/in Virginia
  • Five Things to Try Instead of Spanking
  • Help Reverse the Tragedy of Suicide in Your Community
  • How to Help if Someone Is Sexually Assaulted
  • How You Can Help Prevent Child Abuse
  • Indicators of Adult Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation
  • Keep Children Safe from Sexual Abuse
  • Love Shouldn't Hurt
  • Moments in Virginia
  • My Very Own Safety Plan
  • Power and Control - Myths and Facts About Domestic Violence
  • Prevent Child Abuse
  • Public Service Announcements
  • Rape and Sexual Assault
  • Safety and Support for Children Who Witness Violence
  • A Short List of Basic Victim's Rights
  • Silent Witness in Virginia - A Visual Memorial
  • Speaking the Unspeakable
  • Suggestions for Health Care Providers
  • Tips for Caregivers
  • Virginians Against Domestic Violence (VADV)
  • Virginians Aligned Against Sexual Assault (VAASA)
  • What Can You Do if You Know Someone Is Being Abused?
  • What You Can Do for a Friend Who Is Being Abused
  • You Deserve to Be Safe and Healthy in Your Relationship

These topics and many more are covered in this packet. The packets are free to the public at the Franklin County Family Resource Center. For more information, please call 540-483-5088.