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The face of domestic abuse is not always easy to recognize.

Domestic abuse can happen to anyone at any time. It is a systematic pattern of coercive behavior for the sole purpose of manipulating a partner in an intimate relationship. Domestic abuse can take many forms: verbal, emotional, financial, sexual, physical or psychological.


SHALVA has helped over 4,000 Jewish women since 1986 and is specifically certified by the State of Illinois to provide domestic violence counseling.


SHALVA offers free confidential domestic abuse counseling services to the Chicago Jewish Community. SHALVA provides culturally sensitive services in a safe and caring environment.


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