The mission of the 2015 Boston National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence is to promote awareness of women’s rights. These include the privilege of choosing the best option for mental health development after a traumatic incident of sexual and domestic violence. The processes are essential to securing the victims’ safety and well-being.


Focus Of The Principles Of Social Justice

There are tons of organizations that promise to become culturally responsive and accessible to those who are in need. They offer tools and strategies that assist and facilitate change in the implementation of principles and policies. These include the current practice of enhanced medical services, work evaluations, and organizational management processes. The center also wants to discuss and engage in a different approach in addressing complex issues. These include child sexual abuse within biological relations and marital physical violence with no consideration of divorce.


There’s also an emphasis on promoting affordable access to counseling and therapies for the benefit of children and women survivors of abuse. The goal of the organization is to advocate trauma-informed response to those individuals suffering from emotional distress and psychiatric disabilities. With this, a secured opportunity in exploring the existing framework for mental health and trauma interventions becomes a priority. Though the process of implementing new policies may take time, advocates and volunteers may work hand-in-hand in providing victims with emotional and psychological relief. These will include the focus in changing victims’ environments, availability of support groups, family and friends’ enhanced-relationship, as well as community involvement.

Since we are discussing the complexity of human interaction, sexual and domestic abuse receive no room and label in anyone’s lives. Therefore, we need to support those individuals who can’t seem to find a way to help themselves. They are out there. Not because they don’t always seek for help, it doesn’t mean we don’t have to reach them out first.

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