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Education & Resources

Domestic Violence Facts
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Domestic Violence Facts & Figures

 Here at Stand Up Survivor we believe that educating survivors, their allies, and the general public will lead to empowered survivors and a decrease in domestic violence.  We know that knowledge is power, so we've created these infographics to help you better understand what domestic violence is and just how common it is..

Want to Learn More?

We recommend visiting the following sites to continue learning about domestic violence.

The Hotline

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)

Love Is Respect (for teens/young adults)

Youth Prevention

Youth Prevention 


1 in 3 young people will be in an abusive or unhealthy relationship.

Young women between the ages of 16-24 are at the greatest risk of experiencing domestic violence and are also among the least educated in this particular area.

Our team goes into the schools, universities, community programs, and youth organizations educating on healthy relationships, red flags and more. 

Here are some resources that can be used in a medical office, business, and the community.

For these signs or similar please contact:
FASTSIGNS of Daytona Beach
Carmen Ruiz --

Thank you FASTSIGNS of Daytona Beach

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