Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Campaign Social Media Toolkit

The Alameda, San Diego, and Sacramento County District Attorney's Offices along with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of California have released a series of social media posts over the past two weeks to reach victims of interpersonal violence during the Shelter In Place.

Sharing resources with victims of domestic violence and child abuse will save lives.

We can all help! Download the graphics along with the corresponding text and share to your social media channels.


DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Especially during #COVID19,
home is not a safe place for everyone.

These circumstances often compromise safety, and lead to increased family violence.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, there’s help out there, even during this pandemic

Call the Nat’l DV Hotline at: 800-799-7233
Or Text: LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474


Though the frequency and severity of domestic violence varies, even if others can’t see it, it always scars the victim and loved ones. #DVFacts

Don’t Cover Up Domestic Violence!
SPEAK UP. SPEAK OUT.

Call the National DV Hotline at: 800-799-7233
Or Text: LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474


1 in 3 female murder victims and 1 in 20 male murder victims are killed by intimate partners.

There’s not always only one victim of domestic violence.
SAVE A LIFE OR TWO.

Call the Nat’l DV Hotline at:
800-799-7233
Or Text: LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474


The #COVID19 health crisis has taken a tremendous toll on victims of domestic violence. #DVFacts

If you suspect that a friend or neighbor is being abused, you can help.

Call the Nat’l DV Hotline at
800-799-7233
Or Text: LOVEIS to 1-866-331-9474

Learn how to help #StopDomesticViolence at TheHotline.com or ncadv.org


CHILD ABUSE

As #coronavirus continues to spread, End Violence Against Children is concerned about the current & potential impact on children and families, especially the most vulnerable.

Let's prevent violence from happening.

Helpful resources- bit.ly/COVID-19-EV
#ENDviolence


Around the world people are facing multiple new stresses due to #coronavirus:

  • physical & psychological health risks
  • school & business closures
  • family confinement
  • isolation & economic vulnerability

We are in it together! Helpful tips- bit.ly/COVID-19-EV

#ENDViolence


1.5 billion children are impacted by school closure.

To help parents better interact with their children during this time of confinement, check out #COVID19Parenting tips on staying positive, creating a daily routine and managing stress

- bit.ly/COVID19_parenting
#coronavirus


High-stress home environments increase the likelihood of domestic violence & abuse that children either experience or observe.

Don't let #coronavirus spread violence! bit.ly/COVID-19-EV

#END Violence


As children continue to spend time at home during #coronavirus they will live more of their lives online. This makes them more vulnerable to online bullying, abuse and exploitation.

Don't let #coronavirus increase violence! bit.ly/COVID-19-EV


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Posted on Jul 9, 2020