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Intimate Partner Violence

Dr. LeAnn Bruce educates Veterans, their intimate partners, and caregivers who might be affected by the types of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) such as physical, emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual, coercion, financial, technological, and stalking. Learn in the “Intimate Partner Violence” course what the warning signs are and how to get help for yourself and for your relationship from within or outside the VA.

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Relationships are complex and all have their ups and downs. How do you know if your relationship is healthy, or if you are experiencing or using unhealthy or at-risk behaviors? Dr. LeAnn Bruce, National Program Manager for the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program at the Department of Veterans Affairs, educates Veterans, their intimate partners, and caregivers who might be affected by the types of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) such as physical, emotional, verbal, psychological, sexual, coercion, financial, technological, and stalking. Learn in the “Intimate Partner Violence” course what the warning signs are and how to get help for yourself and for your relationship from within or outside the VA. You can contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline 24/7 for free, confidential help at 800-799-SAFE or http://www.thehotline.org/what-is-live-chat/.

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