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Helping Others

UPDATED June 26, 2012

Resources and information that might be helpful, particularly for advocates of domestic violence and sexual assault.  For additional help or for suggestions on new information you would like to see added to our website please contact us through the Email Hotline

Online Tutorials and Web Courses
Articles and Information
Research and Statistics
Info on Providing Help

Online Tutorials and Web Courses

  • National Judicial Education Program
    Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse: Adjudicating this Hidden Dimension of Domestic Violence Free webcourse and resource for Judges, other Justice System Professionals and Advocates
  • First Strike Cruelty to Animals and Interpersonal Violence
    How to recognize the link between cruelty to animals and interpersonal violence.  Course for educators, investigators, animal care and control personnel, law enforcement, protective service professionals, and other anti-violence workers.

Articles and Information about DV and SA

  • The Power and Control Wheel
    An extensive list of power and control wheels for all kinds of abuse, including a wheel for Advocates, Deaf People, Immigrants and Police-Perpetrated Abuse

 

Research and Statistics

 

Info on Providing Help

 

  • The National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project (NIWAP) educates, trains, offers technical assistance and public policy advocacy, and conducts research that will assist a wide range of professionals working at the federal, state, and local levels who work with and/or whose work affects immigrant women and children. NIWAP provides training and technical assistance on a broad range of issues of importance to immigrant women and children, including VAWA immigration and confidentiality, family law, protection orders, public benefits, language access, cultural competency, and access to services, including shelter, transitional housing, health care, and education.

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