Domestic Violence Against Men Ministry

Helping people in crisis

No one should have to face crisis alone, which is why Domestic violence against men ministry opened its doors in 2021. Our organization’s main mission is to support and serve the needs of people who are going through a personal crisis or mental health issues, often caused by domestic abuse. For more information, contact us today.

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Since 2021 Domestic violence against men ministry has been committed to bringing support, hope and healing to those facing significant life challenges. Our methods have developed over the years through personal experiences strengths and hope and churches and discipleship, and with increasing resources we have support and growing community awareness, we are able to change the lives of trauma victims for the better through fellowship and support.

When men become victims of domestic violence, they usually find it hard to seek help. They are ashamed to admit they are vulnerable and fear no one will believe them. I was one of them.
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Chas O'Connell
Founder of domestic violence against men ministry.

bringing support, hope and healing to those facing significant life challenges

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Ministry of Healing

Men feel afraid, alone and misunderstood. These are some of the common feelings among survivors of domestic abuse. The abuser’s tactics have a significant and long-lasting psychological effect on their victims, leading to fear, depression, panic attacks and even physical health problems.

But there is hope for survivors of domestic abuse. Understanding that God is for you, loves you, and wants to protect you will help you see how precious you are in his sight. God’s word is full of comfort, direction, reassurance and healing for survivors. Below are two verses to encourage and empower survivors of domestic abuse.

"But you, God, see the trouble of the afflicted; you consider their grief and take it in hand. The victims commit themselves to you; you are the helper of the fatherless."
Psalm 10:14
"In righteousness you will be established: Tyranny will be far from you; you will have nothing to fear. Terror will be far removed; it will not come near you."
Isaiah 54:14
When it feels like no one else really knows or understands what has gone on behind closed doors, God knows. He has seen and felt what you’ve been through and cares about you. His heart broke when you were abused and mistreated. Not only does He know the truth of your situation, but He also has taken your grief into His hand. Abuse is a form of oppression, which God hates. He wants us to live free from fear and oppression. He is by your side and wants to help you.