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Safe Horizon is the largest victims’ services agency in the United States, touching the lives of more than 250,000 children, adults, and families affected by crime and abuse throughout New York City each year. They offer assistance to victims through 57 program locations, including shelter, in-person counseling, legal services, and more.Visit the Safe Horizon website to learn more.
The mission of 1in6 is to help men who have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences in childhood live healthier, happier lives. Our mission also includes serving family members, friends, and partners by providing information and support resources on the web and in the community. We offer outreach, education and services, in person and over the web, to men with histories of unwanted or abusive childhood sexual experiences and anyone who cares about them. We also provide professional trainings.Visit the 1in6 website to learn more.
The National Dating Abuse Helpline promotes healthy and safe relationships in teens and young adults. We provide phone, chat and text services to loveisrespect. Our advocates are trained to offer support, info and help to those in abusive relationships. We can also help concerned parents, teachers, service providers, clergy and law enforcement.Visit the National Dating Abuse Helpline website to learn more.
A CALL TO MEN is a leading national violence prevention organization providing training and education for men, boys and communities. Our aim is to shift social norms that negatively impact our culture and promote a more healthy and respectful definition of manhood. We believe that preventing domestic and sexual violence is primarily the responsibility of men.Visit the A CALL TO MEN website to learn more.
Since 1993 the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) has been a comprehensive source of information for those wanting to educate themselves and help others on the many issues related to domestic violence. We encourage you to explore the ways that the NRCDV can be a resource to you in your domestic violence intervention and prevention efforts.Visit the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence website to learn more.
The National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault (SCESA) is an advocacy organization of Women of Color dedicated to working with our communities to create a just society in which all Women of Color are able to live healthy lives free of violence. SCESA believes sexual assault is a symptom of a larger problem that reinforces an environment which allows violence to exist. SCESA's overall fundamental purpose is to give voice and develop action strategies that incorporate and address the experiences and realities of Women of Color and Communities of Color. A key component of SCESA's work is to enhance the capacity of Women of Color and Communities of Color organizations to provide culturally specific responses to sexual assault while raising the consciousness, outrage and accountability within their communities regarding violence against women.Visit the National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault website to learn more.
The Resource Sharing Project (RSP) was created to help state sexual assault coalitions across the country access the resources they need in order to develop and thrive as they work to support survivors and end sexual assault. The project is designed to provide technical assistance, support, and the dissemination of peer-driven resources for all state and territorial sexual assault coalitions. RSP recognizes the needs of all coalitions, especially those designated as new or emerging, regarding issues of organizational growth, professional development, and policy/protocol development.Visit the National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project (RSP) website to learn more.
Since 2002, the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation has been committed to ending the cycle of violence and to helping children who have been exposed to violence. Through Margaret’s Place - their violence prevention and intervention model - they work within the school environment to promote awareness, to prevent violence, and to help those students who have been affected by it. The program includes a dedicated room on-premises, individual & group counseling, school wide campaigns, a violence prevention curriculum, peer leadership programs, and targeted workshops – all serving to help these young people gain the knowledge, confidence, courage and skills that they need to effectively deal with the issue of violence in their lives.Visit the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation website to learn more.
The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) provides leadership, vision and resources to rape crisis centers, individuals and other entities committed to ending sexual violence. As a national leader, CALCASA advances policy and advocacy efforts nationwide through the building of a community of prevention practitioners through its' national online PreventConnect project and its' national Campus Training and Technical Assistance Project on sexual, dating, domestic and stalking violence.Visit the PreventConnect/California Coalition Against Sexual Assault website to learn more.
The NSVRC’s Mission is to provide leadership in preventing and responding to sexual violence through collaboration, sharing and creating resources, and promoting research. The NSVRC collects and disseminates a wide range of resources on sexual violence including statistics, research, position statements, statutes, training curricula, prevention initiatives and program information. With these resources, the NSVRC assists coalitions, advocates and others interested in understanding and eliminating sexual violence.Visit the National Sexual Violence Resource Center website to learn more.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), a social change organization, is dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. NNEDV works closely with its members to understand the ongoing and emerging needs of domestic violence victims and advocacy programs and then make sure those needs are heard and understood by policymakers at the national level, offers support to victims of domestic violence who are escaping abusive relationships – and empowers survivors to build new lives, and supports the fight to end domestic violence by providing state coalitions with critical information and resources.Visit the National Network to End Domestic Violence website to learn more.
The National Domestic Violence Hotline creates access by providing 24-hour support through advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope to everyone affected by domestic violence. The Hotline is a nonprofit organization that provides crisis intervention, information and referral to victims of domestic violence, perpetrators, friends and families. The Hotline answers a variety of calls and is a resource for domestic violence advocates government officials, law enforcement agencies and the general public.Visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website to learn more.
NCADV's work includes coalition building at the local, state, regional and national levels; support for the provision of community-based, non-violent alternatives - such as safe home and shelter programs - for battered women and their children; public education and technical assistance; policy development and innovative legislation; focus on the leadership of NCADV's caucuses developed to represent the concerns of organizationally under represented groups; and efforts to eradicate social conditions which contribute to violence against women and children.Visit the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence website to learn more.
The National Alliance to End Sexual Violence educates the policy community about federal laws, legislation and appropriations impacting the fight to end sexual violence. Its team of experts and advocates, donating time away from their state and local groups, publish written analysis, track legislation, provide media interviews, and advise members of Congress and the executive branch.Visit the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence website to learn more.
Men Can Stop Rape (MCSR) has led the call to redefine masculinity and male strength as part of preventing men’s violence against women. We aim to stop violence before it ever happens. Instead of helping women reduce their risk of being victims of men’s violence, we focus on helping men use their strength in positive ways in all of their relationships. Our approach is grounded in the social ecological model, advocated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a framework for the primary prevention of gender-based violence.Visit the Men Can Stop Rape website to learn more.
loveisrespect is the partnership between Break the Cycle and the National Dating Abuse Helpline. We designed lovisrespect.org to: Create the ultimate resource fostering healthy dating attitudes and relationships, provide a safe space for young people to access information and help in an environment that is designed specifically for them, and ensure confidentiality and trust so young people feel safe and supported—online and off.Visit the LoveIsRepsect.org website to learn more.
Everybody knows that rape, sexual assault and child abuse happen. Society is willing to look at this reality from time to time, but is just as willing to forget the horrible truth about how many survivors are walking among us. The Joyful Heart Foundation is working to build a community that is strong enough not to push this reality away, a community that acknowledges the dark side of this issue, but endeavors to turn toward the light of healing, the path to possibility and the clarity of honest dialogue.Visit the Joyful Heart Foundation website to learn more.
Under the leadership and vision of founder Esta Soler for more than 30 years, Futures Without Violence has led the way and set the pace for ground-breaking education programs, national policy development, professional training programs, and public actions designed to end violence against women, children and families around the world. Striving to reach new audiences and transform social norms, we train professionals such as doctors, nurses, athletic coaches, and judges on improving responses to violence and abuse.Visit the Futures Without Violence website to learn more.
The Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence (CAEPV) is a leading force in the fight against domestic violence. It is the only national organization of its kind founded by business leaders and focused on the workplace. Since 1995, the Alliance has brought together dozens of progressive companies who exchange information, collaborate on projects, and use their influence to instigate change.Visit the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence website to learn more.
We are a Latina organization—our starting point in supporting Latinas and our communities is their strength; we assist them to recognize their strengths, build on them and reach their goals. Effective responses to domestic violence are shaped by the lived realities of Latinas and facilitate support systems “where they live.” Casa de Esperanza works to enhance social capital because we believe that it decreases domestic violence. Social capital refers to the trust, reciprocity, information and co-operation that are developed through social networks.Visit the Casa de Esperanza website to learn more.
Break the Cycle is still the only agency to provide comprehensive dating abuse prevention programs exclusively to young people. We believe everyone has the right to a safe and healthy relationship and work every day to make that right into a reality .Break the Cycle engages, educates and empowers young people to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence.Visit the Break the Cycle website to learn more.
The YWCA is the voice for every woman. For more than 150 years, the YWCA has spoken out and taken action on behalf of women and girls. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. Over 2 million people participate each year in YWCA programs at more than 1,300 locations across the U.S. As one of the largest providers of domestic violence services, local YWCA associations across the country provide life-saving services to domestic violence survivors and their families. These services include emergency shelters, transitional housing, crisis hotlines, case management, support groups, and financial empowerment programs. The YWCA also supports anti-violence policies that protect survivors, hold perpetrators accountable and work to eradicate sexual assault and domestic violence, trafficking of women and girls and dating violence.Visit the YWCA website to learn more.
Inspired by our legacy of progressive women's leadership, JWI works to empower all women and girls to break the cycle of domestic violence - by building healthy relationships, controlling their financial futures, and realizing the full potential of their personal strength. In addition to an advocacy agenda focused on violence prevention, we design innovative programs, training and resources that equip professionals, advocates, political and religious leaders, and individuals to prevent abuse, protect victims and secure the fundamental rights of women and girls worldwide.Visit the Jewish Women International website to learn more.