They have created a web site offering tips for reducing the risk of violence in the workplace, free posters, and listings of CPI’s training programs. The ROSE Fund helps to empower individuals to achieve self-sufficiency, rebuild their lives, and ultimately help end violence within society.They focus on the following professional discipline areas: education, health, business, mental health, corrections/security/police, human services/government, and youth services. Description: The National Center for Victims of Crime believes in forging a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives. National Center for Victims of Crime org/gethelp/ Jewish Women International Call to Action to Top Men Stopping Violence White Ribbon Campaign National Organization for Men against Sexism nomas.MOVE Men utk.edu/~bartley/other/real Men.html#what Is Blain Nelson’s Abuse Pages to Top The Safer Child.Portland, Oregon, (503) 288-3191 United Against Violence Domestic Violence Program, San Francisco, California 415- 333-HELP Violence in Lesbian Relationships Coalition of Anti-Violence Project’s Report on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Domestic Violence to Top More than 1200 indexed links to domestic violence resources on the internet.A convenient drop down menu lets you navigate among growing.com/nonviolent/research/Rural Womyn Zone.Description: RWZ is a website dedicated to providing informationand advocacy to women living in remote or rural areas. Description: Information for victims of domestic violence (from Alaska State Troopers) information is geared towards Alaska, but also includes general information.Available in English, Spanish, Russian, Yu’pik, Inupiaq, Tagalong, Korean. Violence Against Women: An Agenda for the Nation Description: Website offers a comprehensive blueprint for individual, community and government action. Description: This Project aims to educate medical students to identify, treat and prevent partner violence. Description: The Institute for Law and Justice (ILJ), under a grant from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), U. Department of Justice, has collected at this site references and organizational contacts which may be of practical or legal/educational use to families, justice professionals, or mental health and social service professionals. We are dedicated to serving individuals, families, and communities harmed by crimes. Description: The National Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) is a for-profit agency offering training in the management of disruptive and assaultive behavior. Description: This site directs people to experts on the gamut of child health and safety issues-from daycare, parenting, car safety seats, child care and poison control-to issues like domestic violence, discipline, ADD/ADHD, gun violence, substance abuse and sexuality.Through collaboration with local, state, and federal partners they provide direct services and resources; advocate for laws and public policies that create resources and secure rights and protections for victims; and deliver training and technical assistance to victim services providers and allied professionals. They have created a web site offering tips for reducing the risk of violence in the workplace, free posters, and listings of CPI’s training programs. Safer Child, Inc., the non-profit advocacy organizations behind the site, also is dedicated to child health and safety.
Information on peace and health programs are posted on this Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. Description: CPI is a for-profit agency offering training in the management of disruptive and assaultive behavior. Fund is a national non-profit organization committed to end violence against women and assist women survivors of violence to regain their self-esteem.
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Information for Male Survivors of Domestic Violence Women As Abusers Men’s Nonviolence Organizations Domestic Violence Research Sites Teen Dating Violence Links Violence Prevention Programs Health Care Community Texas Council on Family Violence Texas Association Against Sexual Assault to Top National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE National Runaway Switchboard Hotline: 1-800-621-4000 RAINN: Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE Back to Top A Base for Women’s Empowerment – Q Web Sweden Description: An international communication network focusing on women’s health and status, including actions against violence and abuse.
Description: Apna Ghar is a domestic violence shelter serving primarily Asian women and children, and was the first Asian shelter of itskind in the Mid-Western United States New York Asian Women’s Center (has safety plans in multiple languages) Korean American women in need Asian Japan Women’s Resource Center – in English and Japanese apc.org/ajwrc Back to Top Muslims against family violence women’s homepage Back to Top Jewish women international family violence page council of jewish women org/programs/Back to Top The Northwest Network ( support and advocacy for bisexual, trans, lesbian and gay survivors of abuse and dating violence.) Seattle, Washington (206) 547-8191 to End Abuse in Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Women’s Communities, Boston, Massachusetts, 617-423-SAFE Men’s Domestic Violence Project, Boston, Massachusetts, 1 800-832-1901 Survivor Project.
Expanding access to sex/gender variant survivors of domestic violence.
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Custody and Visitation Decisions in Domestic Violence Cases: Legal Trends, Research Findings, and Recommendations. Saunders highlights some of the legal and cultural trends surrounding custody and visitation decisions and identifies a strong need to consider more carefully the dynamics of domestic violence in these decisions. story ID=56&from=date&cat ID=2&date=December$2000 Disability Services: A Safety Awareness Program Psychological Association org Abuse and Women with Disabilities Technical Assistance Program to Top Deaf women against violence org Deaf Abused Woman Warrior’s Web Network – Devoted to deaf abused women, this site is primarily about abuse of women in general.