Join Author Jason Irby in Observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month which was established to bring awareness to domestic violence, sexual assault, and dating violence, while also providing support, information and resources for individuals affected by domestic violence.

Jason Irby, author of So You Want to Stop Violence? continues to take a stance against violence. Irby stands in support of victims of domestic violence by observing Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Each year, Irby, brings awareness to domestic violence through his annual Domestic Violence Awareness events to honor victims of domestic violence.

Domestic violence awareness is also a tier within Irby’s Help, Hope and Healing initiative that provides resources for overall wellness in the community.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please seek help by contacting the national Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-SAFE (7233), your local law enforcement office, or you should tell a family member or friend.


Domestic Violence Hotline (800)-799-SAFE (7233) or Text START to 88788

Arkansas State Police (501) 618-8000

Dorcus House Union Rescue Mission at (501) 370-0808 or

Arkansas Department of Health at (800) -462-0599 or

For more resources, visit the Arkansas State Attorney General’s Office website at or contact them at (501) 682-2007.

The Arkansas Attorney General’s Office also provides the “Laura Card“, a printable resource that provides information on crisis hotlines, law enforcement, shelters, and victim rights.

To learn more about domestic violence, contact the Arkansas Coalition of Domestic Violence at 800.269.4668 or

For more information, visit

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