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Hidden Scars: The Impact of Emotional Abuse

Hidden Scars: The Impact of Emotional Abuse

One of the hardest stereotypes of domestic/family violence to break is the idea that the most severe injuries stem from physical abuse. The injuries inflicted by emotional abuse, however, often […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Every October, organizations like FSC direct their outreach efforts toward an issue that impacts countless lives but frequently hides behind closed doors: domestic violence. Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) serves […]

Healing for the Future: One Child at at Time

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Trauma is a silent epidemic affecting the nation’s youth and children. FSC’s CARES (Children Advancing Through Recovery and Empowerment Services) Project is helping these kids learn how to survive and thrive.

Financial Abuse IS Domestic Abuse

Image that says When someone controls your finances, they control you. Financial Abuse IS Domestic Abuse.

Financial abuse (also known as economic abuse) is a form of manipulation and control that revolves around money and finances. In this type of abuse, one partner wields power by restricting the other’s access to financial resources and decision-making.

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