This page is dedicated to the 1.3 million women who are the victims of domestic violence each year.
KWCH 12 and reporter Denise Hnytka are working with organizations in the Wichita area to provide information about help that's available to Kansans.
You'll find important information on recognizing abusive relationships and resources to help you or someone you know get out of a domestic violence situation. More>>
A Kansas woman's story about her abusive relationship and what happened after she left. More>>
Denise Brown visits Wichita as a fundraiser for the Women's Initiative Network. Eyewitness News sat down with her exclusively. More>>
Ashley and Galina have left abusive relationships and started new lives. More>>
In 2008, Wichita police investigated 6,401 cases of domestic violence. More>>
Two years ago, WIN, a transitional program for domestic abuse victims lost a major funding source. It made up nearly half it's budget. More>>
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