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OUR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

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STATISTICS

NATIONAL STATISTICS TO KNOW

9 seconds– A woman is beaten every 9 seconds in the U.S. according to Domestic Violence Statistics.177

10 seconds– A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds.190

3 women are murdered every day by a current or former male partner in the U.S.109

CHILD ABUSE

Approximately, 5 children die on average every day in the United States because of child abuse and neglect. 190,191 

BULLYING

Every 7 minutes a child is bullied! 224

BULLYING LEADS TO SELF ESTEEM ISSUES, SUICIDE, & HOMICIDE!

In the United States, an average of 20 people experience intimate partner physical violence every minute. This equates to more than 10 million abuse victims annually.110
  • 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men have been victims of severe physical violence (e.g. beating, burning, strangling) by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
  • 1 in 4 women and 1 in 9 men experience severe intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner contact sexual violence, and/or intimate partner stalking with impacts such as injury, fearfulness, post-traumatic stress disorder, use of victim services, contraction of sexually transmitted diseases, etc. 111
  • 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men have experienced some form of physical violence by an intimate partner. This includes a range of behaviors and in some cases might not be considered “domestic violence”. 112
  • 1 in 7 women and 1 in 25 men have been injured by an intimate partner. 113
  • 1 in 10 women have been raped by an intimate partner. No data on male victims.114
  • 1 in 7 women and 1 in 18 men have been stalked. Stalking causes the target to fear she/he/they or someone close to her/him/them will be harmed or killed. 115
  • On a typical day, domestic violence hotlines nationwide receive over 20,000 calls.116
  • An abuser’s access to a firearm increases the risk of intimate partner femicide by 400%.117
  • Intimate partner violence accounts for 15% of all violent crime.118
  • Intimate partner violence is most common against women between the ages of 18-24.119
  • 19% of intimate partner violence involves a weapon.120

SERVICES

Here are Family Mankind’s Essential Community Services:

    • Mental Health, Wellness, & Human Rights Services
    • Social Determinants of Health
    • Social Capital & Economic Mobility
    • Domestic Violence Offender/Child Abuser/Bully                    Life Skill-Sets and Coping Techniques Training
    • Incarcerated & Post Incarcerated Juvenile & Adult             Re-Entry, Rehabilitation, & Restoration Services
    • Youth Empowerment
    • Individual & Family Intervention
    • Conflict Resolution & Mediation
    • Crime Fighting & Recidivism Prevention
    • Social & Emotional Learning Skills for Youth 
    • Family Stability & Community Development
    • Victim/Victimizer/Volunteer’s Peer Group Support
    • Advocacy- Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Bullying 
    • Court Ordered or Self Reporting Referral 
    • Deferred Prosecution
    • Domestic Violence Seminars/Workshops
    • Domestic Violence Certification Training
    • Suicide, Homicide, Femicide Prevention
    • Military Veterans and Domestic PTSD 
    • K-12, College Education Domestic Violence,                            Child Abuse, & Bullying Awareness
    • Mentours-Womentours Leadership Programs
    • Corporate and Faith-Based Domestic Violence                      HR Policy Training
    • Domestic Violence Accountability Assessment Survey
    • Protecting Those W/ Disabilities, the Aging, LGBTQIA+
    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    • Fundamental Social Human Rights & Needs
    • Homeless Prevention
    • Intentional Animal Torture, Cruelty, Neglect, Death
    • Howlers and Healers-No Secrets or Sideliners

NO ONE…NO PERSON! NO ANIMAL! NOT EVEN A PLANT SHOULD EVER LIVE UNDER A CONSTANT THREAT OF DEATH! NOR SHOULD ANY PERSON BE CAUSING SOMEONE OR SOME THING TO LIVE UNDER SUCH A THREAT EVER!

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SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY

Due to systemic racism, racist policies, and racist societal structures, both Black women and Black men experience intimate partner violence at a disproportionately high rate. By intentionally denying Black people access to economic opportunities, the ability to build intergenerational wealth, healthcare, education,1 and a sense of safety from governmental systems, racist policies increase the prevalence of risk factors for domestic violence.2 These systems create numerous barriers for survivors seeking safety. Law enforcement officials often arrest Black survivors, and police, jurors, and judges are less likely to believe Black survivors than White survivors.3 Racist systems put Black people at greater risk of experiencing intimate partner violence.
The Chetty Study & Leading on Opportunity Report ranked Charlotte 50th out of 50 in economic mobility among the largest U.S. cities—specifically the ability of a child born in the bottom income quintile to rise to the top income quintile as an adult.
ACEs- Adverse Childhood Experiences are potentially traumatic events that occur in children experiencing violence, abuse, or neglect that can undermine the senses of safety, stability, bonding.
STATISTICS ABOUT DV AND THE BLACK COMMUNITY

• 45.1% of Black women and 40.1% of Black men have experienced intimate partner physical violence, intimate partner sexual violence and/or intimate partner stalking in their lifetimes.
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• 31.8% of Black women and 16.8% of Black men have experienced one or more of the following intimate partner violence-related impacts: being fearful, concerned for safety, any post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, injury, need for medical care, housing services, victim advocate services, and/or legal services, missed at least 1 day of work or school, and contacting a crisis hotline.5
• 41.2% of Black women and 36.3% of Black men have experienced intimate partner physical violence in their lifetimes.6
• 53.8% of Black women and 56.1% of Black men have experienced psychological aggression by an intimate partner in their lifetimes.7
• 8.8% of Black women have been the victims of intimate partner rape in their lifetimes.8
• 17.4% of Black women and 14.8% of Black men have experienced intimate partner sexual violence (other than rape) in their lifetimes.9
• 9.5% of Black women have experienced intimate partner stalking in their lifetimes.10
HOMICIDE
• An estimated 51.3% of black adult female homicides are related to intimate partner violence.
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• Between 2003-2014, 57.7% of black adult female homicide victims were murdered with the use of a firearm.12
• In 2017, for female victim/male offender homicides, Black females had the highest rate at 2.55 per 100,000.13
Join us and together we will disrupt and destroy prejudice systems to combat and conquer domestic violence, bullying, and child abuse! We are prayerfully and humbly asking a few people and entities to be bold and partner with us to no longer stand for domestic violence, child abuse, and bullying by becoming a FAMILY MANKIND™ partner or affiliate for humanity’s sake! Everybody deserves to live a life free of violence and abuse. We all need LOVE and PROTECTION from harm!
There is nothing more important than an individual’s life! If together we can provide hope to the hopeless and convince the inconvincible that the impossible is possible if they just do the right things, then our lives and the many lives of innocent victims of violence will be enriched and will serve a meaningful purpose. Without appropriate and effective solutions, techniques and strategies, it is not a matter of if violence will occur again, but when the next act of violence will choose its next victim!

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