• Join the fight to end domestic violence

    Significant progress has been made toward identifying, preventing, and helping those who experience domestic violence, but there is still work to be done.

  • VA resources and support during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and beyond, VA encourages Veterans, their partners, and VA staff members to check out resources and services related to intimate partner violence (IPV).

  • Intimate Partner Violence Assistance

    In America 27% of women and 11% of men report experiencing intimate partner violence. And it is higher in the Veteran population. Learn about VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program.

  • Time to take a stand against violence: Will you rise?

    White Ribbon VA Month serves to focus our attention on the deep impact of domestic violence and abuse on those individuals and to join with them to say it is time to rise against violence.

  • White Ribbon VA highlights domestic violence awareness

    White Ribbon VA Month will be recognized by VA during October, which is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month. White Ribbon VA encourages both men and women to commit to help end violence against others and to proudly wear a white ribbon to represent their commitment.

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