Relationships & Safety

From the US Department of Health:

Every woman has the right to live her life safely and free of violence. Yet one in four women in the United States experiences violence from an intimate partner. Intimate partner violence includes domestic abuse, sexual assault, verbal and emotional abuse, coercion, and stalking. If you’ve experienced violence or abuse, it is never your fault, and you can get help.

Sexual Violence


You can take an active role in increasing your safety or the safety of those you care about. There are strategies that may reduce your risk or give you the confidence to step in to prevent a sexual assault.

Domestic Violence

From the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence:

Access resources covering a wide variety of needs for women and men of all ages including hotlines and information, as well as legal advice.
Click here for Massachusetts resources.

College Safety

From the Princeton Review.