A Nashville woman had done everything domestic violence victims can do in Tennessee to prevent her estranged husband from killing her. She had even armed herself. Yet she wound up dead.
While medical professionals have shifted their focus almost exclusively to the coronavirus in recent weeks, Metro leaders are also concerned about health crises that have received less attention during the pandemic: mental health and abuse.
Listen / Several years ago, Nashville set out to be a national leader in combating domestic and sexual violence. That’s culminated in the new Family Safety Center, a $26 million building run by the city, where children can run around and play while adults get all the resources they need delivered to them — for […]
Listen / Metro Nashville employees could soon receiving training on how to recognize domestic abuse — and what resources are available if they themselves need help.