Intimate partner abuse is no longer a secret you have to keep; we can help. Intimate partner abuse comes in many forms, including physical or psychological, and it affects all socioeconomic groups, genders, ages, races, and sexual orientations. You must keep in mind that intimate partner abuse is about power and control. The abusive partner wants power over you and sees you as a possession or property, not as an equal. The abusing partner may use many tactics as a way to control you: economic abuse, isolation, emotional abuse, intimidation, manipulating the children, coercion and threats, and taking advantage of male privilege (if the abuser is male). You have a voice and we can help you find it. We can help empower you to find your strength, and yes, you are strong.