Domestic abuse (relationship violence) and sexual assault can take many forms. Some conflict in relationships is normal, however violence is not okay. Understanding and identifying the forms of relationship violence is the first step in removing yourself from these types of situations.
Domestic violence can take several forms: physical, sexual, emotional, verbal, and economic. It may involve sexual harassment or stalking. The Counseling and Testing Services have a list of definitions and self-help pages to get you started on seeking education and support on domestic violence.
Activities for Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2019:
October 3rd: Domestic Violence Awareness Month Resource Fair, from 11am to 1pm on the Library Mall. Hosted by UNT Survivor Advocate Office
October 9th: Help Yourself Campaign Table, from 10a to 3pm in front of Willis Library. Hosted by UNT Library Learning Services
October 22nd: Help Yourself Campaign Table, from 10a to 3pm in front of Willis Library. Hosted by UNT Library Learning Services
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