Domestic violence impacts adults, children, extended families, and entire communities. In fact, 58 percent of Californians have been touched by domestic violence, either as a survivor, as a person who caused harm, or through a close friend or family member.
Breaking the cycle of domestic violence requires working across generations to prevent childhood exposure, while also strengthening prevention and healing.
Rooted in harmful gender norms, racism, and income inequality, domestic violence is a societal issue we can collectively work to prevent.
To break this multigenerational cycle, we focus on directly addressing its root causes.