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Free Domestic Abuse Help — Get Help Or Be of Help

This page gives information on either how to get free domestic abuse help or apply to help domestic abuse survivors. Both sections will give you an idea of what to expect from our program. But, if you’re ready to start, click:

Get Help: Request A Mentor

Domestic violence includes emotional, mental and verbal abuse. Our free domestic abuse help is an email mentoring program designed to support you, the current or past victim of domestic abuse. Get free domestic abuse help if you are currently or were formerly a victims of domestic violence/abuse.Please reach out to our free domestic abuse program. We offer support if you:

  • want to get out of an abusive relationship, or
  • need to stay in an abusive relationship for now, or
  • feel forced to stay in the abusive relationship forever, or
  • left your abusive relationship and want help healing from it.

Learn about our free domestic abuse help service for victims and survivors of domestic violence/abuse. Info on getting help and volunteering to help others.Verbal Abuse Journal’s mentors help you think more clearly so you find the answers you need. The mentors in our free domestic abuse help program are all survivors of domestic violence and abuse and they all left abusive relationships. Our mentors have extraordinary wisdom that comes from experience with domestic violence and abuse that other programs cannot guarantee.

The mentors who take part in this program are not licensed counselors, therapists or psychologists unless noted otherwise. They are strong people who survived domestic violence, left their abusers, and can support you as you learn to live a life free of abuse. Please get a mentor now.

Be of Help: Apply to Be a Mentor

Mentoring abuse survivors is not the same as counseling, therapy, or professional treatment of any kind. You need no certification to mentor an abuse survivor in our service. However, we require that mentors:

  • are citizens of the United States or Canada, andInfo on volunteering to offer free domestic abuse help to others.
  • are survivors of domestic violence or abuse and
  • left the abusive relationship and
  • are not experiencing an abusive relationship now, and
  • are not experiencing substance abuse problems, and
  • have excellent written and oral communication skills or are confident that you can improve them quickly.

A mentor primarily leads by example. Therefore, great mentors willingly share successes and mistakes with others. If you are not an open person, then mentoring could be difficult for you. However, you could contact us by email to see if there are other volunteer positions available at Verbal Abuse Journals.

We subject applicants to a criminal background check (fee for the background check is $15.00). If we accept you as a mentor, we will give further information and instruction about mentoring. The application is non-binding. If those terms are agreeable to you, please apply to be a mentor.

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