The Vision behind The Complete Woman Conference


     Realizing that there are so many kinds of Domestic Violence and so many people are affected by the violence/abuse. The Complete Woman Conference would like to start a scholarship fund for Victim’s children who survived, Domestic Violence/ or abuse. They can be in the 5th grade, or 8th grade or 12th grade or already in college. A percentage of the monies raised from the conference will be given to at least 2 recipients for scholarships per conference. The recipient must be enrolled in school going to the next level.

Types of Domestic Violence

  1. Physical Abuse
  2. Emotional or Psychological Abuse             
  3. Sexual Abuse
  4. Financial Abuse
  5. Elder Abuse
  6. Teen “dating” abuse
  7. Domestic abuse during pregnancy
  8. Domestic violence within same sex relationship
  9. Domestic violence against men
  10. Verbal Abuse
  11. Child Abuse

There are so many other forms of domestic violence/abuse this was just a few. 

How do you know if you are being abused; if you are in a situation and someone uses force to physically harm you, emotionally, mentally to hurt you or make you feel uncomfortable? YES you are being a abuse! There are resources to help you.

Domestic violence doesn’t have a social status or race. No one is exempt from violence. You can overcome it. One and five teens are victims of some form of domestic violence. Three to four million women in the United States are beaten in their homes each year. A woman is beaten every 15 seconds in the United States. In the last 12 months 5.4 million men were victims of intimate partner violence, 2.3 million victims of serious physical violence.

If you are victim or think someone may be a victim seek help for them. Contact your local law enforcement for more information.




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