Events That Empower Survivors
- 2018 Toy Drive and Calendar Signing
Sharing Stories of Survival
- Impacting lives through transparency.
Honoring Those Who Go The Extra Mile
- Hunks4Hope honors those who care and offer support to survivors of Domestic Violence.
Events That Empower Survivors2018 Toy Drive and Calendar Signing
Sharing Stories of SurvivalImpacting lives through transparency.
Honoring Those Who Go The Extra MileHunks4Hope honors those who care and offer support to survivors of Domestic Violence.
Men Vs. Domestic Violence
Men are often seen as the problem when they are in fact a part of the solution.
Hunks4Hope was created in order to expose victims of trauma to men of good character. Men who care, and men who are willing to support. This unique partnership creates a harmony between the male and feminine energies that promotes growth through understanding, compassion, and teamwork
What We Do
Spreading Awareness About Domestic Violence
Hunks4Hope participates in trade shows, marches, protests for human rights, other Domestic Violence Organization Events, and more. Here we are at the Jacob Javits Center. Watch as we fight to spread awareness for Domestic Violence.
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Q&A DV Facts
Domestic Violence Facts
Q: WHAT ARE SOME OF THE SIGNS THAT I MAY BE IN AN ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP?
A: Some of the signs are that you partner has control over you, your children or your finances. Your partner is physically or verbally threatening. You fear going home. You feel helpless, alone, trapped or isolated. Your partner hits or berates you. Your partner puts limits or restraints on you (ie. you can't use your phone, you have to be back home at a certain time etc.
Q: CAN MEN BE ABUSED?
A: Yes. Men can also be victims of domestic violence. There are support groups and resources for men. If you identify as a male and need assistance, you can contact us.
Q: WHAT ARE SOME OF THE SIGNS THAT MY PARTNER MAY BE ABUSIVE?
A: Feels justified in hitting or verbally degrading you. Blames others for their actions. Drinks alcohol heavily or argues and/or hits when they are stressed. Does not believe that their violent behavior should have consequences. Presents a dual personality. Uses threats and violence as a control mechanism.