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  • Enough is enough, sexual and domestic violence awareness

    In Arizona, more than 4 in 10 women and almost 2 in 10 men have experienced some form of sexually violent contact. Overlooked and underreported, sexual and domestic violence affects victims, families, friends, and our community - and it doesn’t discriminate.
  • Help stop sexual and domestic violence in children

    Every 73 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted. And every 9 minutes, that victim is a child. The effects of child sexual abuse can be long-lasting and may lead to an increased risk for depression, anxiety, suicide, post-traumatic stress disorder, and chronic health issues.
  • The impact of COVID-19 on sexual and domestic violence in Arizona

    Domestic violence-related calls in Phoenix have doubled since the start of the pandemic, according to the Phoenix Police Department. Also, domestic violence-related deaths in Arizona have increased 140% compared to last year.
  • October is sexual and domestic violence awareness month

    Nationally, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men suffer physical violence at the hands of a loved one. And every 73 seconds, an American is sexually assaulted.
  • Here is when Arizona schools plan to start the upcoming academic year

    Here is a list of metro Phoenix districts’ plans for beginning the fall semester as schools grapple with figuring out how to safely reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Caregivers share their stories to help others

    Toni Stuart, an 81-year-old Peoria resident, made one choice that shaped her entire experience acting as a caregiver for her husband Ted. She found a caregiver support group.
  • Teen vaping on the rise, talk to your kids about vaping risks

    When Shane Watson posted a picture of a storm with the hashtag clouds, he was surprised to see more responses than ever before. People had posted their own pictures of clouds – vaping clouds.
  • Quitting tobacco — free help line offers support

    If you think you’ll never be able to stop using tobacco, Maria, Frances and Armando can tell you it’s possible – and help you through the process of quitting.
  • Men’s health affects baby’s health too

    A new study found that fathers’ lifestyle choices can have a major impact on the well-being of their future child.
  • Patients with chronic pain give advice

    One in five Americans live with chronic pain. It’s a crisis that has fueled an epidemic of social isolation, depression, financial hardships, job loss, and opioid use and overdose.