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MISSION: A.I.D., provides awareness and prevention training in the area of domestic abuse to civic organizations, empowerment groups, teen groups, faith-based organizations, and schools.  Session details on how to Identify the “red flags” of abuse.

To educate households around the world of the "red flags" of potential abusers whether male, female. or teens in all personal relationships or business relationships.

The VISION of Angels In Distress, Inc. “Transition from Domestic Violence”, is designed for women, men, teens and children a place of safe refuge, and assistance to restore their self-esteem, confidence and independence after the traumatic experience of being a victim of domestic  violence.


Educating the world in domestic abuse "red flags"


Every 9 seconds a woman is abused. Statistics on male victims are not accurate due to a lack of reporting the abuse from a female. 

Are you a potential victim to Domestic Violence?

Warning Signs of an Abusive Relationship: 

You are afraid of your boyfriend/girlfriend or wife/husband’s temper.

You are afraid to disagree with your partner.

Your partner controls your finances.

You are unable to go out, get a job, or go to school without his/her permission.

You have to justify everything you do, every place you go, and every person you see to avoid his/her temper.

You neglect friends or family because of your partner’s jealousy.

You have been wrongly and repeatedly accused of flirting or having sex with others.

You have been frightened by your partner’s violence towards others.

You have been hit, kicked, shoved, or had things thrown at you.

Your partner often criticizes your clothes, friends and other personal choices.

If you are in DANGER DIAL 9-1-1

Domestic Violence: The desire to dominate and control the partner or other household member by use of psychological, physical, sexual, and/or social/environmental pressure

 No matter what the victim does, the batterer will never be SATISFIED!

Call 1-800-33-HAVEN for a shelter near you…

Batterers cannot be arrested for emotional abuse – and sometimes (if they are married) not even property damage- but it is helpful to be aware of how emotional abuse is used to control the victim during those times when he (or she) is not physically or sexually abusive.


Speaking Engagements or Training Requests?






CALL: 678-242-9117