Have you just got out of an abusive relationship and you are unsure about dating? Defense on Go helps its users avoid dating domestic abusers by providing local and relevant background checks.
Defense on Go help keeps its users by providing the location of offenders. Contact us for alerts on whether offenders have been released or transferred from jail.
Have you just came out of an abusive relationship and you need someone to talk to? Defense on Go connects its users with verified professionals for one on one chatting. We have verified counselors, social workers, psychiatrists waiting to assist you!
Statistics tells us that 1 in 4 women have been victims of severe domestic violence in their lifetime. Many of these women have been hit, beaten, stabbed, and almost killed by the person they loved.
Fortunately for these women they did not die; however as you can imagine life after abuse is hard. Defense on Go mission is to leverage technology in order to provide safety for our users.
You should know…
Violence against women can cause long-term physical and mental health problems. Violence and abuse affect not just the women involved but also their children, families, and communities. These effects include harm to an individual’s health, possibly long-term harm to children, and harm to communities such as lost work and homelessness.
Defense on Go have recognize these potential problems and have offered additional services to help our users. There is life even after abuse. Our users will complete a questionnaire and will be able to chat with professionals who can help their immediate need. Our users also have the opportunity to contact them for additional help if needed.
Our users have been victims of all types of abuse including physical and sexual violence. Some of our users have ex’s who are currently incarcerated for their crimes. We provide status updates regarding whether or not an offender is incarcerated, transferred, or release from prison.
Atlanta, United States
Defense on Go
Developing modern tools to help combat domestic violence