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A future without domestic violence can be a reality if we take a two-pronged approach.

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Debbie I. Chang, MPH Melinda K. Abrams

COVID-19 has exposed and intensified long-standing problems in our country, including deep cracks in the U.S. health system and racial and economic injustice.

Richard Thomason

This article was originally published in CalMatters: Domestic violence is a complex phenomenon that impacts families across generations. Victims can become perpetrators. Perpetrators are often...

Blue Shield of California News Center

This article originally appereared in Blue Shield of California's News Center : In tiny Planada, a hamlet just outside of Merced, the California Rural Legal Assistance held its first focus group with...

“ Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and...

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