How To Help Abuse Victims Online – Be An Email Mentor

Have you been looking for a way to help abuse victims online? Verbal Abuse Journal’s mentoring program is for you. Abuse victims and survivors apply for a mentor, we assign survivors to you, and then you coach them as they reach their goals – all through email. Coach one person or several – it is up to you.

Verbal and Emotional Abuse Help Online – Email Mentoring

Information about our Survivors’ Mentoring program:

We can support you if you want to get out of an abusive relationship, or if you need to stay in an abusive relationship for now, or feel forced to stay in the abusive relationship forever, or if you left your abusive relationship and want help healing from it. All of our mentors are domestic abuse survivors.

We contact you through email only.

Shop to Stop Domestic Violence and Abuse In Your Life

Welcome to the Shop to Stop Domestic Violence and Abuse. The Shop makes life a little easier because we’ve done the searching for you! Check out the Shop to Stop Domestic Violence and Abuse – just click on the links that interest you. Can’t see the store? Click to view the shop in another way. Why Should I Visit the Shop […]

About Our Domestic Violence Survivor Mentors

Meet the Verbal Abuse Journals team of domestic violence Survivors’ Mentors. Our mentors make the free program for current & former victims of domestic abuse & violence possible.

Apply To Be A Survivors’ Mentor

Preliminary Application to Become a Mentor For more information about mentoring before filling out this form, please read How To Help Abuse Victims Online – Email Mentoring. This page offers you the first step in the mentor application process. If you’re accepted based on the information provided on the form below, we will give you […]

Get Verbal and Emotional Abuse Help for Free – Sign Up Here

Are you a survivor of domestic violence and abuse? We offer free help via personal emails from an assigned mentor who conquered abuse & moved ahead from it. This page gives a mentor request form for former and present victims of domestic abuse and violence.

Safety Planning for Domestic Violence and Abuse Victims

Safety planning is priority number 1 if you’re being abused. Safety planning should include knowledge-building, and this safety plan includes an education.