Bystander Intervention Could Save Someone from Domestic or Sexual Abuse

Man pleads with woman who wants him to leave her alone

Bystanders have the power to help stop the abuse before it happens. Intervening in an abusive situation sends a powerful message to not only the perpetrator but to others who witness it as well. This message conveys that the behaviors displayed, whether they be sexual harassment, yelling, physical violence, or something else, are unacceptable and must end.

Faces of Hope Founder Speaks at the United Nations

Jean Fisher, Faces of Hope Founder, in center

Faces of Hope founder, Jean Fisher discussed the life-changing wraparound services of Faces of Hope at the United Nations. Fisher spoke at the Status on the Commission of Women 68th Session Parallel event in the discussion titled: Walking Together for Holistic Well-being: Alternative Practices from Women’s Centers.

Fisher was invited by the Turkish Women and Democracy Foundation (KADEM) and spoke about the creation and mission of Faces of Hope and how to best address victimization of domestic violence.

50 Tickets Remaining for Faces of Hope Event Featuring Drea Kelly

Faces of Courage benefit luncheon with Drea Kelly

With limited seats left for this empowering fundraiser, individuals are urged to secure their tickets promptly. Drea Kelly, a dancer, choreographer and motivational speaker, has transformed her personal journey of marital abuse to disgraced R&B star R. Kelly into a relentless mission to empower survivors of abuse.

Childhood Abuse and Self-Image

A woman stands facing a mirror.

Self-confidence and a healthy, positive relationship with our body image are major components of the human experience. Those with low self-confidence tend to avoid social situations and avoid pushing themselves towards the unknown. This can inhibit the formation or strengthening of relationships, prevent growth within a company, and lead to a more subjectively poor mental health state.

Dating after Abuse

Dating after an abusive relationship can be a challenging journey. It is crucial to approach this process with self-compassion, awareness, and a commitment to help rebuild healthy relationships. In this post, we will look into some key insights to help those trying to date after abuse.

Creating and Maintaining Healthy Boundaries

Creating and Maintaining Healthy Boundaries

Creating healthy boundaries within your relationships provides many benefits including, but not limited to, improving self-esteem, strengthening relationships, self-control, avoiding unhealthy connections and overall improving well-being. With the absence of healthy boundaries, the risk of toxic, abusive and/or unsatisfying relationships become more probable.

Press Release: Faces of Hope Announces Opening of Meridian Office

Welcome to Meridian Idaho sign

Faces of Hope is pleased to announce the long-awaited opening of its Meridian location on Thursday, January 25. The Meridian office will provide access to counseling, case management, and legal support services for crisis victims escaping an abusive situation.

The Emotional Impact of Stalking: Unraveling the Role of Relationships

The emotional impact of stalking

Stalking is a serious problem affecting many people, more commonly women. Stalking can occur in many different social associations, such as intimate partners, relatives, acquaintances and strangers. Stalking causes a variety of negative consequences, such as emotional and financial problems.

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