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Protecting individuals from domestic violence during disasters

When disaster strikes in Virginia, those who are in abusive situations are often the most vulnerable due to the fact that disasters can restrict access to housing, food and water. Due to the additional stress caused by the disaster, the severity and prevalence of domestic violence can actually increase. As such, integrating domestic violence services into relief efforts is incredibly important.

Dangerous myths about domestic violence and custody

Virginia parents who are divorcing and who have been the victim of domestic violence might assume that this means they will get custody of their children, but unfortunately, this is not always the case. In some cases, a judge, looking at the child's best interests, might see that such a parent s in a less stable situation. This could lead to the other parent getting custody.

Domestic abuse victims have brain injuries like NFL players

Many people in Virginia have heard about the traumatic brain injuries that affect professional football players. While football-related brain injuries are making big headlines, less is known about the brain injuries that are sustained by victims of domestic violence. Repeated blows to the head can cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and some researchers believe that there are many domestic abuse survivors with this condition.

Two new domestic abuse laws come into force in Virginia

One of the things that can have significant implications for individuals who have experienced domestic violence is what domestic-abuse-related laws are present in the state they live in. This includes what laws regarding protective orders are in place in their state.

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