External Links

External Links List

The following are web sites with useful information. Please keep in mind that 

  Hopeful Survivors does not necessarily officially endorse the content or information on these sites.

  • AABL/The Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans and Lesbian Survivors of Abuse
  • American Medical Association Advisory Committee on Violence
  • AyudaResources & information about the rights of battered immigrant women
  • Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence
  • A Womans Journey from Domestic Violence Victim to Survivor :The DOOR -Interactive Art Exhibit
  • Batterer Intervention Services Coalition
  • Bradley-Angle House in Portland, Oregon.B-A House has seven programs designed to end domestic violence including the oldest shelter on the West Coast.
  • CAPSEA, Inc.(Citizens Against Physical, Sexual Emotional Abuse) out of Northwestern Pennsylvania
  • Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality at Vanderbilt UniversityThe Carpenter Program's mission is to foster conversation on the subject areas of religion, gender, and sexuality.
  • CAVNET: Communities Against Violence Network
  • Chandler, AZ Police Department, Domestic Violence Prevention Education
  • Community United Against ViolenceInformation about violence between and against gay, lesbian, and transgendered persons
  • CornerstoneThe domestic violence agency serving the South Hennepin County area in MN
  • Corporate Alliance to End Partner ViolenceThe Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the costs and consequences of partner violence at work - and eliminating it altogether. From policies and programs to legal issues and legislation, CAEPV is a credible source for information, materials and advice.
  • CU Graduate Degree in Domestic Violence Program Management and Policy Development
  • Day One A unique program that links that battered women shelters in Minnesota together through a secure internet site
  • DOJ Violence Against Women Office
  • Domestic Abuse  Metro Nashville Police Department
  • Domestic Harmony Foundation
  • Domestic Violence Project of Santa Clara County (Silicon Valley)
  • Gift From Within http://www.giftfromwithin.orgPTSD Resources for Survivors and Caregivers Gateway to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Informationhttp://www.ptsdinfo.org.
  • Houston Area Women's Center
  • Initiative for Violence-Free Families in Minneapolis, MN
  • Jewish Women InternationalJewish Women International educates religious and secular communities on domestic abuse, and is building the collective voice and action so critical to breaking the cycle of violence.
  • The Joyful Heart Foundation: Founded in 2002 by actress Mariska Hargitay, JHF's mission is to help survivors of sexual assault heal in mind, body and spirit.
  • www.kidsrights.comKidsrights publish "Into the Light" which is recommended by NCADV
  • "Let's Wrap"The Women's Rural Advocacy Programs Quarterly Newsletter
  • Lydia Walkerhas worked in the Battered Womens Movement since 1981 and is nationally known as a speaker, trainer, and author.
  • MINCAVA: Minnesota Center Against Violence & Abuse
  • Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
  • National Clearinghouse on Marital and Date Rape
  • National Criminal Justice Reference Service
  • National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline: a 24-hour resource for teens experiencing dating abuse.
  • New York Asian Women Center's (NYAWC)
  • The Office of Crime Victims Advocacy, a Washington State Agency and the Washington State Dept. of Social and Health Services have developed a web site for domestic and sexual assault service providers in Washington State (www.wavsnet.org)
  • The New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence (OPDV)
  • Playing the AngelThis site was started for one main reason, to help. Help for the millions of women and children in the USA that suffer horrific abuse every day and are unable or unsure how to escape from it.
  • Sacramento Bee: Violence at Home (year-long series)
  • Sandhills Crisis Intervention Program in Nebraska
  • Second Chance Employment Servicesa non-profit organization of human resource professionals who have placed hundreds of adults in meaningful employment positions
  • STOP DVSergeant Anne O'Dell (Retired) is a twenty year veteran of the San Diego Police Dept., who now trains nationally and internationally on Domestic Violence and related issues.
  • TARA Approach for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma
  • TherapyCounseling.com a therapy referral site that gives access to professional counselors that you can trust unconditionally.
  • Transforming CommunitiesA prevention branch of Marin Abused Women's Services
  • Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communitiesworks with men, women and adolescents who face a variety of health and social problems, from substance abuse to HIV infection to domestic violence.
  • United Nations "Womenwatch"Information about the status of women world-wide
  • Verbalabuse.comBooks about verbal abuse by Patricia Evans.
  • Violence Begins at HomeAn independent film that focuses attention on the revelation that American violence begins in its homes, and exposes this cornerstone truth to the light of public discussion.
  • Violent Death Bereavement SocietyThe Violent Death Bereavement Society serves as a centralized forum of information and training for service providers of loved ones and family members after violent death.
  • "Voices of Men: A One Man Play"by Ben Atherton-Zeman, Actor, Comedian, Feminist and Husband. Booking information: 978-263-3254
  • Womens LawState-by-State legal information and resources for domestic violence
  • Women's Web is a newly launched web site and online community or women. Through articles by contributing writers, mailing list, message boards and chat room, information and woman-to-woman support a number of contemporary women's issues and topics
  • Zorza.netEditor, Domestic Violence Reportand Sexual Assault Report:
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