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Informational Videos

Education on domestic abuse provides the necessary knowledge and tools for friends, colleagues, neighbors, and communities to effectively support and assist individuals who have experienced abuse. - Please take time to view the following videos, especially if you or someone you know and care about may be a victim of domestic violence.

"After years of escalating violence, Ajoa Ayeko says she finally decided to leave her partner when he tried to strangle her. Now, for the first time, she’s calling herself a survivor."

Warning: This video contains graphic, disturbing content, and can be triggering for some people.

NEWS, C. (2020, March 8). I am a survivor of domestic violence. YouTube.

Sign reads STOP Domestic Violence.
List of 10 items of Understanding why individuals choose to remain in abusive or unhealthy relations.
Purple ribbon
Sign of what to say and what not to say to a battered woman.

The Power and Control Wheel serves as a valuable tool in the field of domestic violence/interpersonal violence. It helps us comprehend the strategies that abusers employ to assert power and control over their victims. This wheel plays a pivotal role in our comprehension of the abuser's modus operandi.

Image of Power and Control Wheel which is a powerful tool in the field of domestic violence/interpersonal violence.


24 Hour HelpLine

Teal and purple circular image of REACH logo.

Click on each Power and Control Wheel to learn more about the varying types of wheels, courtesy of Wynn Consulting:

Rectangular image with a brown background and a decorative teal heart with an image of Gabby Petito and a link which redirects to a website about Gabby Petito a deceased victim of domestic violence.


Age: 22

March 19, 1999 - August 27, 2021

"She touched the world"

Image of Gabby Petito Foundation logo which is a teal outline of a mountain range and a yellow semi-circle arched above the mountains.
Image of a purple ribbon.
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Red, yellow, black and white circular image and link of Mending the Sacred Hoop.

"Ending Violence Against Native Women

Mending the Sacred Hoop works from a social change perspective to end violence against Native women and children while restoring the safety, sovereignty, and sacredness of Native women."

To learn more from Mark Wynn, RET DETECTIVE, visit:

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“Mark Wynn is woven in the fabric of the battered women’s movement” ~

Lynn Rosenthal, our country’s first White House adviser on violence against women,  2017.

Image of Retired Detective Mark Wynn and Nicole Schmidt, mother of murdered Gabby Petito. Also a picture of Gabby with angel wings.
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