Thoughts about Domestic Violence TBIs from Rachel Ramirez

Rachel Ramirez shared so many important statistics and insights during her webinar, The Long-Term Impacts of Non-Fatal Strangulation. Here’s just one.

“Forty-nine percent of Domestic Violence survivors say they have been hit in the head “too many times to count.”

 

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