Join us as we save Battered Women and Children it is a scary life, I remembered those days in the picture and it still affect me I remember the look on my kids face trust me it is scary.
join us in our up coming event with Rick Dellaratta and Jazz For Peace in concert for more
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Our Hearts Their Homes presents Rick Dellaratta and Jazz for Peace in Concert at the Orange County Convention Centre 9800 International Drive Orlando Florida 32819, Friday 23rd August grand Banquet, Saturday 24th grand Concert, and Sunday 25th August Solo Concert by well known Jazz player and singer the Man himself
Rick DellaRatta is now considered by many to be one of the finest
Singer/Pianists performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists
who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without
having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. Through his life long endeavor
to help advance people to their highest potential through the understanding
of Jazz as well as spreading peace worldwide through his “Jazz for Peace
World Tour”, Rick DellaRatta is considered to be an innovator and a
His unique and original piano playing and composing has been compared in
print to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Bill Evans, McCoy
Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Horace Silver, Oscar Peterson and
Thelonious Monk while his signature vocal sound and style has been likened
to Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Joao Gilberto, Ivan Lins, Michael Franks and
Antonio Carlos Jobim. for more information go to: http://www.ljjm.biz or jazzforpeace.org
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WHY IT MATTERS
Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior perpetrated by an intimate partner against another. It is an epidemic affecting individuals in every community, regardless of age, economic status, race, religion, nationality or educational background. Violence against women is often accompanied by emotionally abusive and controlling behavior, and thus is part of a systematic pattern of dominance and control. Domestic violence results in physical injury, psychological trauma, and sometimes death. The consequences of domestic violence can cross generations and truly last a lifetime.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FACTS
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SEXUAL ASSAULT AND STALKING One in 6 women and 1 in 33 men have experienced an attempted or completed rape.10 Nearly 7.8 million women have been raped by an intimate partner at some point in their lives.11 Sexual assault or forced sex occurs in approximately 40-45% of battering relationships.12 1 in 12 women and 1 in 45 men have been stalked in their lifetime.13 81% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also physically assaulted by that partner; 31% are also sexually assaulted by that partner.13
CHILDREN WHO WITNESS Witnessing violence between one’s parents or caretakers is the strongest risk factor of transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next.7 Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to abuse their own partners and children when they become adults.8 30% to 60% of perpetrators of intimate partner violence also abuse children in the household.9
One in every four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.
1 An estimated 1.3 million women are victims of physical assault by an intimate partner each year.
2 85% of domestic violence victims are women.
3 Historically, females have been most often victimized by someone they knew.
4 Females who are 20-24 years of age are at the greatest risk of nonfatal intimate partner violence,
5.Most cases of domestic violence are never reported to the police.
7. Witnessing violence between one’s parents or caretakers is the strongest risk factor of transmitting violent behavior from one generation to the next.
Boys who witness domestic violence are twice as likely to abuse their own partners and children when they become adults.
8. 30% to 60% of perpetrators of intimate partner violence also abuse children in the household.
9. HOMICIDE AND INJURY Almost one-third of female homicide victims that are reported in police records are killed by an intimate partner.’
10. One in 6 women and 1 in 33 men have experienced an attempted or completed rape.
11. Nearly 7.8 million women have been raped by an intimate partner at some point in their lives.
12. Sexual assault or forced sex occurs in approximately 40-45% of battering relationships.
13. 1 in 12 women and 1 in 45 men have been stalked in their lifetime.13 81% of women stalked by a current or former intimate partner are also physically assaulted by that partner; 31% are also sexually assaulted by that partner.
14. In 70-80% of intimate partner homicides, no matter which partner was killed, the man physically abused the woman before the murder.12 Less than one-fifth of victims reporting an injury from intimate partner violence sought medical treatment following the injury.
15. Intimate partner violence results in more than 18.5 million mental health care visits each year.
16. The cost of intimate partner violence exceeds $5.8 billion each year, $4.1 billion of which is for direct medical and mental health services.
17. Victims of intimate partner violence lost almost 8 million days of paid work because of the violence perpetrated against them by current or former husbands, boyfriends and dates. This loss is the equivalent of more than 32,000 full-time jobs and almost 5.6 million days of household productivity as a result of violence.
18. There are 16,800 homicides and $2.2 million (medically treated) injuries due to intimate partner violence annually, which costs $37 billion.18
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•Between 529,000 and 840,000 veterans are homeless at some time during the year.2
•On any given night, more than 300,000 veterans are living on the streets or in shelters in the U.S.
•Approx. 33% of homeless males in the U.S. are veterans.2
•Veterans are twice as likely as other Americans to become chronically homeless.2
•Veterans represent 11% of the adult civilian population, but 26% of the homeless population, according to the Homeless Research Institute (2007).
•Veterans are more at risk of becoming homeless than non-veterans
•The number of homeless Vietnam-era veterans, male and female, is greater than the number of soldiers who died during the war.1
•Primary causes of homelessness among veterans are:
1.Lack of income due to limited education and lack of transferable skills from military to civilian life (especially true of younger veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan)
2.Combat-related physical health issues and disabilities
3.Combat-related mental health issues and disabilities
4.Substance abuse problems that interfere with job retention
5.Weak social networks due to problems adjusting to civilian life
6.Lack of services.3
Lets come together and save the men and women who have risked their lives to save us join us in our benefit concert featuring Rick Dellaratta and Jazz for Peace for more information and tickets click the link (E)