Stop the Cycle of Abuse Program

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Justice & Legal
  • Media & Broadcasting


13414 Dixie HighwayLot 4Louisville, KY 40272 United States

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Mission Statement

Stop the Cycle Of Abuse Program (S.C.O.A.P.) will launch an infield training for Law Enforcement, Social Workers, Teachers, & Hospital Staff on the realities of Domestic Violence. The IPV (Intimate Partner Violence) Education Awareness Training Initiative will partner trained professionals in the psychological and medical field with actual survivors to highlight the signs of domestic abuse. There will be a strong focus on what a narcissist does to make their victim's look crazy or aggressive and create a dismantling of their entire lives.


We met Anne (name changed for safety) in 2017 when she applied as a psychology student to work on our investigative team dealing with the Gypsy Rose Blanchard case unfolding in her hometown. It became clear rather quickly that something terrible was happening in her personal life. Alarming statistics indicate that, as you read this short sentence, a woman has become the victim of assault, most likely by someone they know. According to the Partnership Against Domestic Violence, every 9 seconds, another woman in the U.S. is beaten.

Every nine seconds.

One in four women in the U.S. will be targeted by an abusive partner in their lifetime. Female victims most commonly first experience domestic violence between the ages of 18-24 (38.6%), followed by age 11-17 (22.4%), age 35-44 (6.8%) and age 45+ (2.5%). Almost one out of five or 16.3% of murder victims in the U.S. were killed by an intimate partner; women account for two out of three murder victims killed by an intimate partner. Our goal is to help prevent Intimate Partner Violence in several different ways.


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