An abuser can discover your Internet and computer activities. We are glad you have discovered our site and we hope it will provide you with useful information and resources. We want to caution you that communication over the Internet is not confidential. The information you look at, the emails you send and receive and any work that you do on the computer can be traced. The safest way to find information on the Internet is to use a safer computer at your local library, trusted friend’s home, work or internet cafe. If you are in danger, please use a safer computer, call your local hotline, and/or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE.
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The Roundtable is a community based nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting safe and healthy relationships, raising public awareness about abusive and controlling behaviors whether exhibited through bullying, teen dating violence, domestic violence, or elder abuse, and ending relationship violence in all its forms. We pursue these goals by educating our communities, supporting agencies that provide services to victims of abuse, networking with other concerned community groups, and mobilizing community leaders.
Roundtable activities include: distribution of domestic violence resource information to local faith communities, businesses, medical and dental offices, and public buildings; cable TV programs; violence prevention programs in local schools; speaking engagements; library displays; community drives/donations to area shelter and transitional housing programs; workshops; and community education programs.