Domestic Violence Doesn’t Always Look How We Might Expect

Domestic Violence can affect anyone and is more than physical abuse. Sarah McGaughnea of Unity House of Troy talks about different types of abuse that perpetrators use to control their victims, gives us easy tips that we can start applying to help victims of Domestic Violence, and how to create safe spaces for everyone, even during pandemic. Interview by HMM correspondent Aileen Javier.

For anybody who is living under the threat of Domestic Violence there is help available. Unity House’s 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline, text line, and web chat feature are anonymous services which provide crisis intervention, information and referrals are available 24-hours a day, year-round.
To talk with an advocate in confidence:
Hot Line# (518) 272-2370
Text #: (518) 720-6161
Or use their web chat online:
For more information please visit:


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