Domestic Violence in Rural America Increased During COVID-19
The Daily Yonder
Oct 19, 2020
Addresses the rise in domestic violence and abuse in rural America during the COVID-19 pandemic, with economic pressures and limited access to transportation contributing to the increase. Describes how social distancing requirements limits shelter capacity, discusses the potential long-term impacts on children exposed to domestic violence.
Abuse and violence · Access · Children and youth · Infectious diseases · Rural-urban differences · Women · Pennsylvania