Advocates fear a second wave of the coronavirus could have deadly results for those trapped in already-tenuous cohabitation situations.
Some law enforcement agencies have ended partnerships with shelters over social issues, which could put victims of domestic violence at risk.
A national survey of 608 service providers found that 40% of DV survivors utilizing those organizations mentioned concerns about their stimulus checks.
Domestic violence shelters across the state are seeing a drop in donations and are in need of personal protective equipment, food, and other necessities.
Financial stress and dwindling social networks add to challenges domestic violence survivors may encounter when trying to find a safe space.
Moms Demand Action founder says it's "shameful" Republicans let the clock run out on legislation.