SAFE Educational Brochures


SAFE General BrochureGeneral Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
Learn who SAFE is, what we do, and how to help. SAFE was selected as one of only 50 promising strategy programs in the nation to prevent domestic violence by the National Crime Prevention Council.


 
SAFEMaleIntimatePartnerViolenceBrochureMale Intimate Partner Violence Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
A study by the Center for Disease Control and Department of Justice found that in 2010, more men than women were victims of intimate partner violence. Violence against men is often overlooked and disregarded, but it does not have to be. Spread awareness about the prevalence of male violence in relationships, and learn its signs and ways of prevention.


 
Sibling Abuse BrochureSibling Abuse Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
Rarely reported, sibling abuse is the most common form of domestic abuse. Experts estimate 3 in every 100 children are dangerously violent towards a sibling. Learn the different types of sexual abuse, their signs, and ways you can help.


 
Victims of Bullying BrochureVictims of Bullying Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
Over 77% of children have been bullied, resulting in about 160,000 absences from school per day. 85% of the time bullying occurs, people remain silent-- but, more than half the time, when bystanders intervene, bullying stops within 10 seconds. Bullying is not exclusive to children, however. It is a common occurrence across all ages, races, and genders that needs to be ended. Learn how today.


 
Elderly Abuse BrochureElderly Abuse Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
Hundreds of thousands of older adults are abused, exploited, and neglected each year. Often, the suffering is silent. Elder abuse ranges from physical, mental, emotional, and financial, among others. Know the warning signs, how to get help, and ways you can prevent this.


 
LGBT Intimate Partner Violence BrochureLGBT Intimate Partner Violence Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
LGBT victims are more reluctant to report abuse to legal authorities. The stigma around LGBT relationships, as well as the fear of being “outed,” prevents many victims from speaking out. If you or someone you know is a victim of LGBT violence, learn the many ways you can spot the signs and what you can do.


 
Dating Violence BrochureDating Violence Brochure - English (PDF download) (Purchase)
1 in every 4 women and 1 in every 5 men have experienced physical violence in an intimate relationship. Dating violence is a common occurrence that people remain silent about. 1 in 3 adolescents in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, yet 82% of parents believe dating violence is not an issue. Stand up and speak out against the dangers of dating violence.


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