• 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).

  • Borne the Battle 275: Benefits Breakdown, Office of Harassment and Assault Prevention

    This week’s Borne the Battle–a benefits breakdown—features the Office of Harassment and Assault Prevention. The office’s goal is simple: All those who visit a VA facility should be treated with dignity and respect.

  • 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 and partners discuss sexual assault and sexual harassment prevention and response

    VA Deputy Secretary Donald M. Remy was a plenary speaker at the National Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s Colleges, Universities, and Service Academies held on April 6.

  • 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.

  • How VA supports Veterans experiencing IPV during Sexual Assault Awareness Month and beyond

    During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA is emphasizing its ongoing work to ensure that Veterans and their partners who are experiencing or engaging in IPV are provided with the necessary resources and services through VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP) and other programs.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • VA is here for women Veterans during COVID-19 and beyond

    VA is dedicated to equipping women Veterans with the tools, resources and information they need during the COVID-19 pandemic and all year round. Here are links to virtual tools.

  • Women Veterans confront intimate partner violence

    Women Veterans are more likely than civilians to experience intimate partner violence (IPV). Dr. Katherine Iverson of VA Boston Healthcare System studies the connection between IPV and TBI.

  • October 2018 is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    HARLINGEN, Texas — October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and […]

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