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Leaving Abuse Supporting Everyone Restoring Survivors

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  • Check Out the Latest LASERS PSA
  • Ruff Endz and LASERS partner to help end domestic violence
  • "Courageous" Capitol Heights Police Domestic Violence Cruiser Sponsored by LASERS
  • Learn more about LASERS training for law enforcement
  • Verizon - a LASERS program sponsor
  • LASERS serves schools in the community
  • Healthier Relationships - Learn more about our support and training

Welcome to LASERS

LASERS - Leaving Abuse, Supporting Everyone, Restoring Survivors - Targeting Domestic Violence Holistically, is an intimate partner violence/family violence program. LASERS is a national, progressive program designed to support all domestic violence victims and survivors of any gender and to hold abusers accountable by educating individuals about healthy relationships and resources for victims and the community at large.

Ruff Endz Partners with LASERS to Help End Domestic Violence

From the RnB duo that brought us hits like “Someone to Love You” and “No More”, The Virtuous Woman Movement was created by and in partnership with Ruff Endz, David “Davin” Chance and Dante “Chi” Jordan.  The Virtuous Woman Movement is spurred by the group’s latest song release titled “Virtuous Woman” off their recent album Soul Brothers.  This movement honors women and girls and is designed to educate the youth on the definition of a virtuous woman.  We believe there are certain virtues our female ancestors possessed that have been lost with each generation.  Through education, workshops, events, and media, the movement is designed to shine a positive light on women showcasing the value they bring to their family, community, and the world.  With a focus on healthy relationships and domestic violence prevention, this movement highlights the value and worth that all ladies have as human beings.


Ruff Endz - Virtuous Woman





2015 Men Aiming Higher Award Ceremony with the Hon. Elijah Cummings

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