• VA’s services for those impacted by intimate partner violence

    VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program has information on services available for those impacted by intimate partner violence (IPV).

  • We believe you and we believe in you: Resources for homeless Veterans

    Veterans experiencing sexual assault or intimate partner violence are at greater risk of being homeless. We believe you, and believe in you.

  • VA services build hope after sexual assault

    VA wants everyone who has experienced sexual assault to know services are available to support healing…with a variety of options to choose from.

  • In the mission to end intimate partner violence, VA is here to help

    VA committed to giving Veterans support to foster healthy relationships and improve services to Veterans who’ve experienced domestic abuse.

  • National Human Trafficking Awareness Day – Jan. 11

    The pandemic has led to increased human trafficking by more than 40%. These changes increase the risk of exploitation in the Veteran community.

  • One year after enactment: Isakson-Roe Act

    Key accomplishments from the first year of the Isakson-Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act, including assistance for homeless Veterans and Intimate Partner Violence awareness.

  • VA strengthens care for Veterans impacted by intimate partner violence and sexual assault

    VA recently initiated a pilot program to improve services for Veterans who have experienced or are experiencing intimate partner violence or sexual assault.

  • Women Veterans’ care preferences key to preventing suicide

    Women Veterans more than twice as likely to die by suicide compared to non-Veteran women. It’s more important than ever that providers talk with women Veterans and understand their unique suicide risks.

  • VA supports the White Ribbon campaign

    The White Ribbon VA call to action aims to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity. Here’s help if you have experienced IPV.

  • 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.

  • Borne the Battle #215: Benefits Breakdown, Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program

    Dr. LeAnn Bruce, National Program Manager for the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP), joins this week’s episode of Borne the Battle to share why no one should ever feel ashamed to seek out IPV support and describes what services VA offers to help Veterans in need.

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