May 11, 2010 — We are saddened and shocked by the death of one of our own this past week. In his remarks at Yeardley Love’s candlelight vigil, President Casteen charged us all, in honor of Yeardley, to recognize abuse and act on it whether we experience it ourselves or observe it in others.
Here on Grounds, we are fortunate to have the resources of the U.Va. Women’s Center. Their resources are many and remind us that dating violence is far more prevalent than we would like to believe. Please take time to visit these pages on their website to glean insight on this important issue.
- Domestic Violence: Myths and Realities
- Relationship Checklist
- Is Your Relationship Healthy?
- Safety Strategies for Survivors of Abuse
For information, contact the Office of Emergency Preparedness at 434-982-0565 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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