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Advocacy

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."

A Woman's Fund, Inc.

added 12/09/2002

Woman's Fund, Inc. provides safety and support to survivors of violence. Services include emergency and transitional housing for up to 35 women and children, counseling, advocacy, outreach, and training. They provide 24-hour crisis services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia

added 09/21/2001

Addresses the cycle of violence providing intervention, prevention and support services. AVP is committed to advocacy and support for individual homicide co-victims, violence prevention training for children and adults, and effecting change in public and private institutions and society at large. Website includes links to resources on violence prevention, family violence, gun control, government resources, trauma, victim resources, conflict resolution and mediation and other sites of interest.

Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence -- Children's and Domestic Violence Services Integration Project

added 06/04/2008

"Artemis Center provides early intervention, supportive services, and education for victims of domestic violence and their children."

Asians Against Domestic Abuse

added 07/01/2010

A non-profit organization in Houston, Texas, providing free confidential support to Asian American women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

British Columbia Human Rights Coalition

added 04/16/2001

Website gives information about the organization and posts publications. The coalition gives information, advice and advocacy for individual complainants; consultation and workshop organization for unions, employers, and other groups; and papers and presentations on human rights issues for meetings, conferences and media.

Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

The Center offers community-level services directly to children and their families, and trains professionals on child welfare issues. Most of our services are provided at not cost, and address the diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds of families.

Child AbuseWatch.net

added 07/16/2009

Child AbuseWatch is a world wide organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. This website provides a centralized source of easy-to-access and understand child abuse prevention information. Other services include Crisis and Emergency Resource Referrals, Child Advocacy Activism, Law Enforcement/First Responder Resources, and offender tracking.

Child Advocates

added 05/20/2000

Child Advocates is an organization in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (Bay Area, California) with over 500 volunteers working with abused and neglected children.

Child Witness to Violence Project

added 10/02/2001

A counseling, advocacy, and outreach project that focuses on the growing number of young children who are hidden victims of violence: children who are bystanders to community and domestic violence. Website includes information on the program's mission, services, related projects, CWTV staff, children & violence, how to find help, tips for caregivers, a calendar, and program resources.
Service region: Boston, MA

Children's Rights Online

added 09/12/2008

"We are a national advocacy group working to reform failing child welfare systems on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected children who depend on them for protection and care. Website contains new individual sections for each of our legal cases and policy projects, featuring an overview and a complete archive of related documents, fact sheets, printed reports, and press information."

Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals, Inc. -- La Isla Pacifica

added 06/04/2008

A human service agency providing services in mental health, youth support, domestic violence and sexual assault, court and community referrals, and transitional housing for singe youth parents.

DeafHope

added 07/30/2009

DeafHope is a nonprofit organization, established for and by Deaf women in January 2003. Their mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault against Deaf women and children through empowerment, education, services, and they also offer training and technical assistance to other agencies serving Deaf survivors.

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Family Violence Outreach Program -- Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis, Inc

added 06/04/2008

CCCC works to prevent abuse, neglect and victimization across the life span and to serve those affected by providing home visiting and outreach, parenting education, family strengthening activities, counseling and advocacy to children and adults.

Hero Project

added 07/06/2010

A project of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and is a community-based, media-driven, child sexual abuse prevention program designed to educate and motivate adult community members to call the 24-hour HERO Hotline if they suspect child sexual abuse.

Iowa Sexual Abuse Hotline (pdf)

added 06/05/2003

The Iowa Sexual Abuse Hotline is a 24-hour line providing support, information and referral services to survivors of sexual abuse, signifcant others, people concerned about sexual abuse and people seeking information and referral. All services are free of charge, confidential and available to women, men and children.

KidsRights

added 06/30/2009

KidsRights, an organization based in the Netherlands, stands up for vulnerable children all over the world - children who fall victim to neglect, abuse, violence, exploitation, or discrimination, or run the risk of doing so. This organization runs projects all over the world and funds existing local projects with long-term support. They also cover all of a child's needs including healthcare, nutrition, education, accomodation, and attention.

Legal Momentum

added 09/16/2008

"Legal Momentum is the nation's oldest legal advocacy organization dedicated to advancing the rights of women and girls. Our current program areas are: Employment and Housing Rights for Victims of Domestic Violence (EHRVDV), Equality Works Program, Immigrant Women Program, National Judicial Education Program, and Sexuality and Family Rights Program."

Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center

added 10/18/2009

The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the holistic growth and development of American Indian women and their families. They offer various services such as sexual assault advocacy, emergency shelter and supportive housing.

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.

National Organization for Victim Assistance

added 09/17/2008

NOVA’s mission is to promote rights and services for victims of crime and crisis everywhere. They also provide advocacy, direct services, and technical services to clients and professionals.

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)

added 02/04/2010

Parents For Megan's Law, Inc. (PFML) is a non-profit community and victim's rights organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse through the provision of education, advocacy, counseling, victim services, policy and legislative support services.

Rape and Abuse Crisis Center

added 05/20/2000

This organization from the Fargo-Moorhead area (North Dakota, Minnesota) publishes prevention and treatment materials on the topics of sexual abuse, child abuse, and domestic violence in their publications division. Services include Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Counseling, Legal Advocacy, Emergency Housing, Outreach Activities, Community Education and Professional Training, Support Groups, and Criminal Justice Systems Monitoring.

Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center

added 06/04/2008

The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center strives to deliver high quality legal services for at-risk and maltreated children, promote their healing and healthy development, and ensure that each foster child finds a permanent, loving home - whether this is with their biological family or a new family - as soon as possible.

Rozan

added 02/10/2010

"Rozan is an Islamabad based NGO working on issues related to emotional and psychological health, gender, violence against women and children, and the psychological and reproductive health of adolescents. Most Rozan team members are qualified psychologists who work to enhance the emotional health of people from all sections of the society by conducting awareness raising activities, trainings and counseling."

Safe Horizon

added 06/30/1998

A direct service, research, and advocacy organization serving the five boroughs of New York City. They operate extensive community and court based services for domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, child abuse, and assault victims as well as survivors of homicide. They operate hotlines for domestic violence victims, crime victims, and immigrants and offer mediation services. Website includes faq sheets to help someone during or after specific experiences and an extensive list of links.

South West Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Center

added 03/13/2009

Located in South West Scotland, the organization provides support, both emotional and practical, to women and girls in Dumfries & Galloway, who have been raped or sexually abused at any time in their lives.

The Domestic Violence Resource Centre (Victoria)

added 07/30/2009

DVRC (formerly DVIRC) is a statewide service in Victoria, Australia. DVRC aims to reduce and prevent family violence by providing education to improve service and policy responses, and by assisting people who have experienced abuse.

The San Diego Family Justice Center

added 05/29/2003

The San Diego Family Justice Center is the most comprehensive "one stop shop" in the nation for victims of family violence and their children. Victims of domestic violence in the City of San Diego can now come to one location to talk to an advocate, get a restraining order, plan for their safety, talk to a police officer, meet with a prosecutor, receive medical assistance, counsel with a chaplain, get help with transportation, and obtain nutrition or pregnancy services counseling.

Twin Cities Men's Center

added 11/07/2012

The Men's Center is an incorporated, educational non-profit, volunteer organization which began in 1976. Their mission is to provide resources for men seeking to grow in body, mind and spirit, and from that foundation, to advocate for healthier family and community relationships. TCMC offers a variety of workshops, brunches, retreats, playshops, presentations, conferences and support groups. Their website also has a comprehensive resource list.

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Animals/Pets Cruelty

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.


Child abduction

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.


Child custody

Children's Rights Online

added 09/12/2008

"We are a national advocacy group working to reform failing child welfare systems on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected children who depend on them for protection and care. Website contains new individual sections for each of our legal cases and policy projects, featuring an overview and a complete archive of related documents, fact sheets, printed reports, and press information."

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents and Children Together: Family Visitation Center

added 06/04/2008

The Family Visitation Center-Maui provides a safe, neutral, and nurturing environment where visitations and exchanges of children occur between custodial and non-custodial parents. The Center helps children and parents who are experiencing difficulties in divorce, separation, family violence or involved in custody disputes.

Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program

added 04/10/2012

The purpose of the Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program (Supervised Visitation Program) is to enhance safety for children and adult victims by increasing opportunities for supervised visitation and safe exchange, by and between custodial and non-custodial parents, in cases involving domestic violence, dating violence, child abuse, sexual assault, or stalking.
This website provides up-to-date information for grantees, non-grantees, community partners, judges, advocates, visitation providers, and units of government on all aspects of this important grant program.


Child exposure

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."

Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergencies (AWAKE)

added 06/04/2008

"The AWAKE (Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergency) Program at Children's Hospital Boston offers domestic violence services to patients, parents of patients and employees at Children's and the Martha Eliot Health Center."

Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence -- Children's and Domestic Violence Services Integration Project

added 06/04/2008

"Artemis Center provides early intervention, supportive services, and education for victims of domestic violence and their children."

Asians Against Domestic Abuse

added 07/01/2010

A non-profit organization in Houston, Texas, providing free confidential support to Asian American women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

Battered Women's Justice Project

added 03/22/2000

BWJP provides technical assistance for practitioners on policy issues related to the civil and criminal justice response to domestic violence, including use of the self-defense plea by battered women charged with crimes. Also provides information on the response of Native communities to domestic violence.

Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

The Center offers community-level services directly to children and their families, and trains professionals on child welfare issues. Most of our services are provided at not cost, and address the diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds of families.

Child Advocates

added 05/20/2000

Child Advocates is an organization in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (Bay Area, California) with over 500 volunteers working with abused and neglected children.

Child Development-Community Policing (CD-CP)

added 06/04/2008

The goal of the Child Development - Community Policing Program (CD-CP) is to heal the wounds that chronic exposure to violence inflicts on children and families. The CD-CP Program is a national model of a collaborative alliance among law enforcement, juvenile justice, domestic violence, medical and mental health professionals, child welfare, schools and other community agencies.

Child Witness to Violence Project

added 10/02/2001

A counseling, advocacy, and outreach project that focuses on the growing number of young children who are hidden victims of violence: children who are bystanders to community and domestic violence. Website includes information on the program's mission, services, related projects, CWTV staff, children & violence, how to find help, tips for caregivers, a calendar, and program resources.
Service region: Boston, MA

Children's Rights Online

added 09/12/2008

"We are a national advocacy group working to reform failing child welfare systems on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected children who depend on them for protection and care. Website contains new individual sections for each of our legal cases and policy projects, featuring an overview and a complete archive of related documents, fact sheets, printed reports, and press information."

Clackamas Women's Services

added 08/24/2007
Clackamas Women's Services

A great resource that provides information and facts about child exposure to domestic violence, all of which is documented by the Clackamas Women's Services in OR. Click on the links to review the services provided and the upcoming events.

Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals, Inc. -- La Isla Pacifica

added 06/04/2008

A human service agency providing services in mental health, youth support, domestic violence and sexual assault, court and community referrals, and transitional housing for singe youth parents.

Congresso de Latinos Unidos, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

"As a holistic human service agency, Congreso offers a wide range of adult and youth services including: truancy intervention, out-of-school time youth development programs, workforce development, drug and alcohol counseling, housing counseling, health education, teen pregnancy prevention and intervention, maternal and child health programs, and HIV/AIDS services."

Dade County Domestic Violence Division

added 06/04/2008

Miami-Dade County has forged a cooperative effort between the court, government agencies, and those in the community who are committed to effectively addressing family violence through the justice system.

Domestic Abuse Project

added 05/20/2000

Domestic Abuse Project is a multi-service agency for battered women, men who batter and their children serving the Minneapolis area. Dynamics of Domestic Violence Presentation is one of many training resources available from DAP. Other resources include manuals on groupwork with various populations and a manual on program evaluation.

DOVE, Inc - Domestic Violence Ended

added 06/15/2005

DOVE, Inc. is an organization committed to serving communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence.

Dove, Inc., Domestic Violence Program

added 06/04/2008

Dove is a coalition of religious organizations, volunteers, and advocates that seeks to coordinate efforts to address unmet human needs and social injustices. Dove works for justice, equality and understanding among all people.

Emerge: Counseling and Education to End Domestic Violence

added 05/30/2002

Organization offers group counseling for men who have verbally, mentally or physically abused a woman in a relationship. Includes discussion of the connection between domestic violence and child abuse. Website includes information on domestic violence, information for partners, battered women programs, training for counselors, resource links and more.
Service region: Cambridge, Quincy, Lowell, and Roxbury, Massachusetts

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Family Violence Outreach Program -- Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis, Inc

added 06/04/2008

CCCC works to prevent abuse, neglect and victimization across the life span and to serve those affected by providing home visiting and outreach, parenting education, family strengthening activities, counseling and advocacy to children and adults.

Friendship Home

added 06/05/2003

Friendship Home exists to support, shelter and advocate for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law

added 06/04/2008

The Harriett Buhai Center provides family law and domestic violence assistance to low-income families in Los Angeles through the efforts of volunteer lawyers, paralegals and students.

International Child Resource Institute

added 05/14/1996

ICRI has been providing services for families and children locally and around the world. ICRI makes a difference by providing technical assistance and consultation to a wide variety of national and international organizations interested in such children's issues as child care, child abuse prevention, child survival, maternal and child health, placement alternatives for abandoned and traumatized children and the promotion of children's rights. ICRI has offices or collaborates with organizations around the world to provide services to children and families.

Lighthouse Institute/Chestnut Health Systems

added 06/04/2008

We offer a comprehensive scope of behavioral health and human services in Illinois.

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents and Children Together: Family Visitation Center

added 06/04/2008

The Family Visitation Center-Maui provides a safe, neutral, and nurturing environment where visitations and exchanges of children occur between custodial and non-custodial parents. The Center helps children and parents who are experiencing difficulties in divorce, separation, family violence or involved in custody disputes.

Rainbow House

added 06/04/2008

Rainbow House is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization, whose mission is to end domestic violence. For more than a quarter of a century, Rainbow House has offered domestic violence prevention programs, support and outreach services and resources to survivors across the City of Chicago.

Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center

added 06/04/2008

The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center strives to deliver high quality legal services for at-risk and maltreated children, promote their healing and healthy development, and ensure that each foster child finds a permanent, loving home - whether this is with their biological family or a new family - as soon as possible.

Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women

added 02/20/2003

This direct service organization provides 24-hour emergency assistance for victims of battering, support groups for women and children of domestic violence, legal advocacy programs, visitation center, Criminal Intervention Program, community eduction speakers bureau and Childrens/Youth Advocacy programs.
Service Region: Scott and Carver Counties, MN
Contact Info: Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women PO Box 166, Belle Plaine, MN 56011 Business #: 952-873-4214 Hotline/Crisis: 952-873-4214

St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center

added 10/20/2008
St. Barnabas Hospital, Child Advocacy Center

The St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center, a division of the St. Barnabas Hospital Department of Pediatrics, is a state of the art diagnostic facility for children who have been abused and neglected. Their mission is to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of children by providing coordinated, culturally sensitive, multidisciplinary evaluations in a safe and child friendly setting.

TESSA

added 02/01/2005

TESSA is the primary agency dedicated specifically and solely to the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault in El Paso and Teller Counties in Colorado. Formerly the Center for Prevention of Domestic Violence in Colorado Springs, TESSA offers services and programs to women, men, transgender and child victims of domestic violence. They also offer services and programs to adult victims of sexual assault.

Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

added 06/04/2008

"The Vermont Network works with a wide range of partners to make Vermont a place where victims and survivors are safe and supported and where domestic and sexual violence can no longer thrive."

Web Forum on Teen Victims of Dating Violence

added 10/20/2008
Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)

A web forum where victim service providers and allied professionals can connect to peers, share ideas about best practices, and help change lives.

Wilder Foundation Domestic Violence Programs

added 02/26/1998

The Wilder Foundation coordinates over 15 different programs related to domestic violence and child witnessing.

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Child sexual abuse

British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

added 05/30/2002

Provide therapeutic services for males who have been sexually abused at some time in their lives. Website includes information about sexual abuse, victim services, education, self-care and more.
Service region: Province of British Columbia, Canada

Focus Adolescent Services

added 07/27/2001

Information, resources, and support for families with troubled teens, including State Directory of Family Help. Information on Abuse; Anger in Our Teens and in Ourselves; Adolescent Sex Offenders; Teen Violence. Speakers available.
Contact Info: Toll-free helpline 1-877-362-8727

Hero Project

added 07/06/2010

A project of the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and is a community-based, media-driven, child sexual abuse prevention program designed to educate and motivate adult community members to call the 24-hour HERO Hotline if they suspect child sexual abuse.

Iowa Sexual Abuse Hotline (pdf)

added 06/05/2003

The Iowa Sexual Abuse Hotline is a 24-hour line providing support, information and referral services to survivors of sexual abuse, signifcant others, people concerned about sexual abuse and people seeking information and referral. All services are free of charge, confidential and available to women, men and children.

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)

added 02/04/2010

Parents For Megan's Law, Inc. (PFML) is a non-profit community and victim's rights organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse through the provision of education, advocacy, counseling, victim services, policy and legislative support services.

Rape and Abuse Crisis Center

added 05/20/2000

This organization from the Fargo-Moorhead area (North Dakota, Minnesota) publishes prevention and treatment materials on the topics of sexual abuse, child abuse, and domestic violence in their publications division. Services include Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Counseling, Legal Advocacy, Emergency Housing, Outreach Activities, Community Education and Professional Training, Support Groups, and Criminal Justice Systems Monitoring.

Rozan

added 02/10/2010

"Rozan is an Islamabad based NGO working on issues related to emotional and psychological health, gender, violence against women and children, and the psychological and reproductive health of adolescents. Most Rozan team members are qualified psychologists who work to enhance the emotional health of people from all sections of the society by conducting awareness raising activities, trainings and counseling."

South West Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Center

added 03/13/2009

Located in South West Scotland, the organization provides support, both emotional and practical, to women and girls in Dumfries & Galloway, who have been raped or sexually abused at any time in their lives.

The Next Step Counseling and Training

added 12/07/2001

Services include individual therapy, couples counseling, group therapy and clinical supervision as well as experiential workshops, professional trainings and public lectures. A primary focus of the work at The Next Step is adult male recovery from the effects of sexual child abuse and other trauma. Website includes internet resources and information about Small Wonder Books.
Region: Brookline, Massachusetts

Web Forum on Teen Victims of Dating Violence

added 10/20/2008
Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)

A web forum where victim service providers and allied professionals can connect to peers, share ideas about best practices, and help change lives.

Women's Health Statewide

added 07/25/2002

The web site contains health resources, project reports and bibliographies. Recent areas of work include adult survivors of childhood sexual assault, vicarious traumatisation for workers in this area, working with HIV positive women, working with women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.


Child welfare

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."

Child Advocates

added 05/20/2000

Child Advocates is an organization in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (Bay Area, California) with over 500 volunteers working with abused and neglected children.

Children's Rights Online

added 09/12/2008

"We are a national advocacy group working to reform failing child welfare systems on behalf of the hundreds of thousands of abused and neglected children who depend on them for protection and care. Website contains new individual sections for each of our legal cases and policy projects, featuring an overview and a complete archive of related documents, fact sheets, printed reports, and press information."

Clackamas Women's Services

added 08/24/2007
Clackamas Women's Services

A great resource that provides information and facts about child exposure to domestic violence, all of which is documented by the Clackamas Women's Services in OR. Click on the links to review the services provided and the upcoming events.

Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals, Inc. -- La Isla Pacifica

added 06/04/2008

A human service agency providing services in mental health, youth support, domestic violence and sexual assault, court and community referrals, and transitional housing for singe youth parents.

Domestic Abuse Project

added 05/20/2000

Domestic Abuse Project is a multi-service agency for battered women, men who batter and their children serving the Minneapolis area. Dynamics of Domestic Violence Presentation is one of many training resources available from DAP. Other resources include manuals on groupwork with various populations and a manual on program evaluation.

DOVE, Inc - Domestic Violence Ended

added 06/15/2005

DOVE, Inc. is an organization committed to serving communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence.

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Friendship Home

added 06/05/2003

Friendship Home exists to support, shelter and advocate for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

International Child Resource Institute

added 05/14/1996

ICRI has been providing services for families and children locally and around the world. ICRI makes a difference by providing technical assistance and consultation to a wide variety of national and international organizations interested in such children's issues as child care, child abuse prevention, child survival, maternal and child health, placement alternatives for abandoned and traumatized children and the promotion of children's rights. ICRI has offices or collaborates with organizations around the world to provide services to children and families.

Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center

added 10/18/2009

The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the holistic growth and development of American Indian women and their families. They offer various services such as sexual assault advocacy, emergency shelter and supportive housing.

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents and Children Together: Family Visitation Center

added 06/04/2008

The Family Visitation Center-Maui provides a safe, neutral, and nurturing environment where visitations and exchanges of children occur between custodial and non-custodial parents. The Center helps children and parents who are experiencing difficulties in divorce, separation, family violence or involved in custody disputes.

Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center

added 06/04/2008

The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center strives to deliver high quality legal services for at-risk and maltreated children, promote their healing and healthy development, and ensure that each foster child finds a permanent, loving home - whether this is with their biological family or a new family - as soon as possible.

St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center

added 10/20/2008
St. Barnabas Hospital, Child Advocacy Center

The St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center, a division of the St. Barnabas Hospital Department of Pediatrics, is a state of the art diagnostic facility for children who have been abused and neglected. Their mission is to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of children by providing coordinated, culturally sensitive, multidisciplinary evaluations in a safe and child friendly setting.

Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

added 06/04/2008

"The Vermont Network works with a wide range of partners to make Vermont a place where victims and survivors are safe and supported and where domestic and sexual violence can no longer thrive."

Web Forum on Teen Victims of Dating Violence

added 10/20/2008
Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)

A web forum where victim service providers and allied professionals can connect to peers, share ideas about best practices, and help change lives.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Class/race/ethnicity

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.


Domestic violence

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."

Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergencies (AWAKE)

added 06/04/2008

"The AWAKE (Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergency) Program at Children's Hospital Boston offers domestic violence services to patients, parents of patients and employees at Children's and the Martha Eliot Health Center."

Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence -- Children's and Domestic Violence Services Integration Project

added 06/04/2008

"Artemis Center provides early intervention, supportive services, and education for victims of domestic violence and their children."

Asians Against Domestic Abuse

added 07/01/2010

A non-profit organization in Houston, Texas, providing free confidential support to Asian American women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

Child Advocates

added 05/20/2000

Child Advocates is an organization in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (Bay Area, California) with over 500 volunteers working with abused and neglected children.

Clackamas Women's Services

added 08/24/2007
Clackamas Women's Services

A great resource that provides information and facts about child exposure to domestic violence, all of which is documented by the Clackamas Women's Services in OR. Click on the links to review the services provided and the upcoming events.

Congresso de Latinos Unidos, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

"As a holistic human service agency, Congreso offers a wide range of adult and youth services including: truancy intervention, out-of-school time youth development programs, workforce development, drug and alcohol counseling, housing counseling, health education, teen pregnancy prevention and intervention, maternal and child health programs, and HIV/AIDS services."

DeafHope

added 07/30/2009

DeafHope is a nonprofit organization, established for and by Deaf women in January 2003. Their mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault against Deaf women and children through empowerment, education, services, and they also offer training and technical assistance to other agencies serving Deaf survivors.

Domestic Abuse Project

added 05/20/2000

Domestic Abuse Project is a multi-service agency for battered women, men who batter and their children serving the Minneapolis area. Dynamics of Domestic Violence Presentation is one of many training resources available from DAP. Other resources include manuals on groupwork with various populations and a manual on program evaluation.

DOVE, Inc - Domestic Violence Ended

added 06/15/2005

DOVE, Inc. is an organization committed to serving communities, families, and individuals impacted by domestic violence.

Dove, Inc., Domestic Violence Program

added 06/04/2008

Dove is a coalition of religious organizations, volunteers, and advocates that seeks to coordinate efforts to address unmet human needs and social injustices. Dove works for justice, equality and understanding among all people.

Emerge: Counseling and Education to End Domestic Violence

added 05/30/2002

Organization offers group counseling for men who have verbally, mentally or physically abused a woman in a relationship. Includes discussion of the connection between domestic violence and child abuse. Website includes information on domestic violence, information for partners, battered women programs, training for counselors, resource links and more.
Service region: Cambridge, Quincy, Lowell, and Roxbury, Massachusetts

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Friendship Home

added 06/05/2003

Friendship Home exists to support, shelter and advocate for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.

Legal Momentum

added 09/16/2008

"Legal Momentum is the nation's oldest legal advocacy organization dedicated to advancing the rights of women and girls. Our current program areas are: Employment and Housing Rights for Victims of Domestic Violence (EHRVDV), Equality Works Program, Immigrant Women Program, National Judicial Education Program, and Sexuality and Family Rights Program."

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents and Children Together: Family Visitation Center

added 06/04/2008

The Family Visitation Center-Maui provides a safe, neutral, and nurturing environment where visitations and exchanges of children occur between custodial and non-custodial parents. The Center helps children and parents who are experiencing difficulties in divorce, separation, family violence or involved in custody disputes.

Rainbow House

added 06/04/2008

Rainbow House is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization, whose mission is to end domestic violence. For more than a quarter of a century, Rainbow House has offered domestic violence prevention programs, support and outreach services and resources to survivors across the City of Chicago.

Spouse Abuse by Law Enforcement (SABLE)

added 12/18/2000

Sponsored by Life Span, a nonprofit agency that provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence and their children. Its services include domestic violence counseling, criminal court advocacy, legal representation, immigration services, hospital advocacy, public education, and systemic policy work. Includes a 24-hour crisis line (847) 824-4454) and information about a manual on domestic violence.

The Domestic Violence Resource Centre (Victoria)

added 07/30/2009

DVRC (formerly DVIRC) is a statewide service in Victoria, Australia. DVRC aims to reduce and prevent family violence by providing education to improve service and policy responses, and by assisting people who have experienced abuse.

Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

added 06/04/2008

"The Vermont Network works with a wide range of partners to make Vermont a place where victims and survivors are safe and supported and where domestic and sexual violence can no longer thrive."

Web Forum on Teen Victims of Dating Violence

added 10/20/2008
Office of Victims of Crime (OVC)

A web forum where victim service providers and allied professionals can connect to peers, share ideas about best practices, and help change lives.

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Economic impact

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.


Global

KidsRights

added 06/30/2009

KidsRights, an organization based in the Netherlands, stands up for vulnerable children all over the world - children who fall victim to neglect, abuse, violence, exploitation, or discrimination, or run the risk of doing so. This organization runs projects all over the world and funds existing local projects with long-term support. They also cover all of a child's needs including healthcare, nutrition, education, accomodation, and attention.

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."

Rozan

added 02/10/2010

"Rozan is an Islamabad based NGO working on issues related to emotional and psychological health, gender, violence against women and children, and the psychological and reproductive health of adolescents. Most Rozan team members are qualified psychologists who work to enhance the emotional health of people from all sections of the society by conducting awareness raising activities, trainings and counseling."


Health/medical profession

Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergencies (AWAKE)

added 06/04/2008

"The AWAKE (Advocacy for Women and Kids in Emergency) Program at Children's Hospital Boston offers domestic violence services to patients, parents of patients and employees at Children's and the Martha Eliot Health Center."

Child Witness to Violence Project

added 10/02/2001

A counseling, advocacy, and outreach project that focuses on the growing number of young children who are hidden victims of violence: children who are bystanders to community and domestic violence. Website includes information on the program's mission, services, related projects, CWTV staff, children & violence, how to find help, tips for caregivers, a calendar, and program resources.
Service region: Boston, MA

Children's Institute International (CTI)

added 04/08/1997

Specializes in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Services include medical care, counseling, drug treatment, developmental assessments and treatment for children, and parent education.
Service region: Los Angeles, California.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

International Child Resource Institute

added 05/14/1996

ICRI has been providing services for families and children locally and around the world. ICRI makes a difference by providing technical assistance and consultation to a wide variety of national and international organizations interested in such children's issues as child care, child abuse prevention, child survival, maternal and child health, placement alternatives for abandoned and traumatized children and the promotion of children's rights. ICRI has offices or collaborates with organizations around the world to provide services to children and families.

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

TeenScreen National Center

added 07/21/2010

A non-profit health initiative affiliated with the Columbia University Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. TeenScreen Schools and Communities helps health professionals, school administrators, educators and concerned community members bring mental health checkups to local schools and community-based programs that serve youth.

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.


Homeless

Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center

added 10/18/2009

The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the holistic growth and development of American Indian women and their families. They offer various services such as sexual assault advocacy, emergency shelter and supportive housing.


Immigrant/Immigration

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.


Intervention

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."

Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence -- Children's and Domestic Violence Services Integration Project

added 06/04/2008

"Artemis Center provides early intervention, supportive services, and education for victims of domestic violence and their children."

Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

The Center offers community-level services directly to children and their families, and trains professionals on child welfare issues. Most of our services are provided at not cost, and address the diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds of families.

Child Advocates

added 05/20/2000

Child Advocates is an organization in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (Bay Area, California) with over 500 volunteers working with abused and neglected children.

Child Development-Community Policing (CD-CP)

added 06/04/2008

The goal of the Child Development - Community Policing Program (CD-CP) is to heal the wounds that chronic exposure to violence inflicts on children and families. The CD-CP Program is a national model of a collaborative alliance among law enforcement, juvenile justice, domestic violence, medical and mental health professionals, child welfare, schools and other community agencies.

Children's Institute International (CTI)

added 04/08/1997

Specializes in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Services include medical care, counseling, drug treatment, developmental assessments and treatment for children, and parent education.
Service region: Los Angeles, California.

Domestic Abuse Project

added 05/20/2000

Domestic Abuse Project is a multi-service agency for battered women, men who batter and their children serving the Minneapolis area. Dynamics of Domestic Violence Presentation is one of many training resources available from DAP. Other resources include manuals on groupwork with various populations and a manual on program evaluation.

Dove, Inc., Domestic Violence Program

added 06/04/2008

Dove is a coalition of religious organizations, volunteers, and advocates that seeks to coordinate efforts to address unmet human needs and social injustices. Dove works for justice, equality and understanding among all people.

Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law

added 06/04/2008

The Harriett Buhai Center provides family law and domestic violence assistance to low-income families in Los Angeles through the efforts of volunteer lawyers, paralegals and students.

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.

Rainbow House

added 06/04/2008

Rainbow House is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization, whose mission is to end domestic violence. For more than a quarter of a century, Rainbow House has offered domestic violence prevention programs, support and outreach services and resources to survivors across the City of Chicago.

Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women

added 02/20/2003

This direct service organization provides 24-hour emergency assistance for victims of battering, support groups for women and children of domestic violence, legal advocacy programs, visitation center, Criminal Intervention Program, community eduction speakers bureau and Childrens/Youth Advocacy programs.
Service Region: Scott and Carver Counties, MN
Contact Info: Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women PO Box 166, Belle Plaine, MN 56011 Business #: 952-873-4214 Hotline/Crisis: 952-873-4214

St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center

added 10/20/2008
St. Barnabas Hospital, Child Advocacy Center

The St. Barnabas Hospital Child Advocacy Center, a division of the St. Barnabas Hospital Department of Pediatrics, is a state of the art diagnostic facility for children who have been abused and neglected. Their mission is to ensure the safety, health, and well-being of children by providing coordinated, culturally sensitive, multidisciplinary evaluations in a safe and child friendly setting.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Legal/Policy

Artemis Center for Alternatives to Domestic Violence -- Children's and Domestic Violence Services Integration Project

added 06/04/2008

"Artemis Center provides early intervention, supportive services, and education for victims of domestic violence and their children."

Battered Women's Justice Project

added 03/22/2000

BWJP provides technical assistance for practitioners on policy issues related to the civil and criminal justice response to domestic violence, including use of the self-defense plea by battered women charged with crimes. Also provides information on the response of Native communities to domestic violence.

Dade County Domestic Violence Division

added 06/04/2008

Miami-Dade County has forged a cooperative effort between the court, government agencies, and those in the community who are committed to effectively addressing family violence through the justice system.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law

added 06/04/2008

The Harriett Buhai Center provides family law and domestic violence assistance to low-income families in Los Angeles through the efforts of volunteer lawyers, paralegals and students.

Legal Momentum

added 09/16/2008

"Legal Momentum is the nation's oldest legal advocacy organization dedicated to advancing the rights of women and girls. Our current program areas are: Employment and Housing Rights for Victims of Domestic Violence (EHRVDV), Equality Works Program, Immigrant Women Program, National Judicial Education Program, and Sexuality and Family Rights Program."

OVC Directory of Crime Victim Resources

added 01/03/2010

The Online Directory of Crime Victim Services is an OVC (Office for Victims of Crime) resource designed to help service providers and individuals locate non-emergency crime victim service agencies in the United States and abroad.

Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC)

added 02/04/2010

Parents For Megan's Law, Inc. (PFML) is a non-profit community and victim's rights organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse through the provision of education, advocacy, counseling, victim services, policy and legislative support services.

Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center

added 06/04/2008

The Rocky Mountain Children's Law Center strives to deliver high quality legal services for at-risk and maltreated children, promote their healing and healthy development, and ensure that each foster child finds a permanent, loving home - whether this is with their biological family or a new family - as soon as possible.

Utah State Courts' Online Court Assistance Program

added 10/30/2001

This website provides information about child welfare mediation, child support, and domestic violence court.

Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

added 06/04/2008

"The Vermont Network works with a wide range of partners to make Vermont a place where victims and survivors are safe and supported and where domestic and sexual violence can no longer thrive."

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.


Mental health

Child Development-Community Policing (CD-CP)

added 06/04/2008

The goal of the Child Development - Community Policing Program (CD-CP) is to heal the wounds that chronic exposure to violence inflicts on children and families. The CD-CP Program is a national model of a collaborative alliance among law enforcement, juvenile justice, domestic violence, medical and mental health professionals, child welfare, schools and other community agencies.

Children's Institute International (CTI)

added 04/08/1997

Specializes in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Services include medical care, counseling, drug treatment, developmental assessments and treatment for children, and parent education.
Service region: Los Angeles, California.

Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals, Inc. -- La Isla Pacifica

added 06/04/2008

A human service agency providing services in mental health, youth support, domestic violence and sexual assault, court and community referrals, and transitional housing for singe youth parents.

Family Violence Coalition

added 06/04/2008

"The Center offers hope and healing as it treats child abuse and domestic violence victims, providing long-term therapeutic support for them and their non-offending family members. The Center brings together a dedicated child abuse medical team, therapists, law enforcement, child welfare workers, prosecutors and domestic violence advocates to provide comprehensive treatment for these families and to hold perpetrators accountable."

Focus Adolescent Services

added 07/27/2001

Information, resources, and support for families with troubled teens, including State Directory of Family Help. Information on Abuse; Anger in Our Teens and in Ourselves; Adolescent Sex Offenders; Teen Violence. Speakers available.
Contact Info: Toll-free helpline 1-877-362-8727

Lighthouse Institute/Chestnut Health Systems

added 06/04/2008

We offer a comprehensive scope of behavioral health and human services in Illinois.

Rozan

added 02/10/2010

"Rozan is an Islamabad based NGO working on issues related to emotional and psychological health, gender, violence against women and children, and the psychological and reproductive health of adolescents. Most Rozan team members are qualified psychologists who work to enhance the emotional health of people from all sections of the society by conducting awareness raising activities, trainings and counseling."

TeenScreen National Center

added 07/21/2010

A non-profit health initiative affiliated with the Columbia University Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. TeenScreen Schools and Communities helps health professionals, school administrators, educators and concerned community members bring mental health checkups to local schools and community-based programs that serve youth.


Other

A Window Between Worlds

added 07/30/2009

"A Window Between Worlds is a non-profit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become 'a window between worlds' for survivors taking steps to change their lives."


Parenting

Family Renewal Shelter

added 11/08/2009

Located in Tacoma, Washington, the organization operates a national 24-hour crisis line for victims of domestic violence, provides basic emergency services, an on-site technology center, survival self-defense classes, spiritual support, pet therapy, an animal kennel for victims’ pets, Cars for Families Program, educational scholarships, relocation help and transitional housing.

Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center

added 10/18/2009

The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the holistic growth and development of American Indian women and their families. They offer various services such as sexual assault advocacy, emergency shelter and supportive housing.

Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program

added 04/10/2012

The purpose of the Safe Havens: Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant Program (Supervised Visitation Program) is to enhance safety for children and adult victims by increasing opportunities for supervised visitation and safe exchange, by and between custodial and non-custodial parents, in cases involving domestic violence, dating violence, child abuse, sexual assault, or stalking.
This website provides up-to-date information for grantees, non-grantees, community partners, judges, advocates, visitation providers, and units of government on all aspects of this important grant program.


Prevalence/Research

National Center Against Violence

added 02/12/2010

"The National Center Against Violence is the first Government Organization in Mongolia to implement project against violence directed at women and children. They provide services to victims of domestic and other forms of violence, conduct research to determine the reasons for, and extent of, domestic violence."


Prevention

Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia

added 09/21/2001

Addresses the cycle of violence providing intervention, prevention and support services. AVP is committed to advocacy and support for individual homicide co-victims, violence prevention training for children and adults, and effecting change in public and private institutions and society at large. Website includes links to resources on violence prevention, family violence, gun control, government resources, trauma, victim resources, conflict resolution and mediation and other sites of interest.

Center for Child Protection and Family Support, Inc.

added 06/04/2008

The Center offers community-level services directly to children and their families, and trains professionals on child welfare issues. Most of our services are provided at not cost, and address the diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds of families.

Child AbuseWatch.net

added 07/16/2009

Child AbuseWatch is a world wide organization dedicated to the prevention of child abuse. This website provides a centralized source of easy-to-access and understand child abuse prevention information. Other services include Crisis and Emergency Resource Referrals, Child Advocacy Activism, Law Enforcement/First Responder Resources, and offender tracking.

Children's Institute International (CTI)

added 04/08/1997

Specializes in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Services include medical care, counseling, drug treatment, developmental assessments and treatment for children, and parent education.
Service region: Los Angeles, California.

Community Solutions for Children, Families, and Individuals, Inc. -- La Isla Pacifica

added 06/04/2008

A human service agency providing services in mental health, youth support, domestic violence and sexual assault, court and community referrals, and transitional housing for singe youth parents.

Dade County Domestic Violence Division

added 06/04/2008

Miami-Dade County has forged a cooperative effort between the court, government agencies, and those in the community who are committed to effectively addressing family violence through the justice system.

Family Violence Outreach Program -- Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis, Inc

added 06/04/2008

CCCC works to prevent abuse, neglect and victimization across the life span and to serve those affected by providing home visiting and outreach, parenting education, family strengthening activities, counseling and advocacy to children and adults.

Focus Adolescent Services

added 07/27/2001

Information, resources, and support for families with troubled teens, including State Directory of Family Help. Information on Abuse; Anger in Our Teens and in Ourselves; Adolescent Sex Offenders; Teen Violence. Speakers available.
Contact Info: Toll-free helpline 1-877-362-8727

Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law

added 06/04/2008

The Harriett Buhai Center provides family law and domestic violence assistance to low-income families in Los Angeles through the efforts of volunteer lawyers, paralegals and students.

International Child Resource Institute

added 05/14/1996

ICRI has been providing services for families and children locally and around the world. ICRI makes a difference by providing technical assistance and consultation to a wide variety of national and international organizations interested in such children's issues as child care, child abuse prevention, child survival, maternal and child health, placement alternatives for abandoned and traumatized children and the promotion of children's rights. ICRI has offices or collaborates with organizations around the world to provide services to children and families.

National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

added 12/17/2009

The National Latin@ Network is led by Casa de Esperanza, a national Latina organization whose mission is to mobilize Latinas and Latin@ communities to end domestic violence and to promote the health and well-being of Latin@ communities.

Rainbow House

added 06/04/2008

Rainbow House is a Chicago-based nonprofit organization, whose mission is to end domestic violence. For more than a quarter of a century, Rainbow House has offered domestic violence prevention programs, support and outreach services and resources to survivors across the City of Chicago.

Rape and Abuse Crisis Center

added 05/20/2000

This organization from the Fargo-Moorhead area (North Dakota, Minnesota) publishes prevention and treatment materials on the topics of sexual abuse, child abuse, and domestic violence in their publications division. Services include Crisis Intervention, Advocacy, Counseling, Legal Advocacy, Emergency Housing, Outreach Activities, Community Education and Professional Training, Support Groups, and Criminal Justice Systems Monitoring.

Rozan

added 02/10/2010

"Rozan is an Islamabad based NGO working on issues related to emotional and psychological health, gender, violence against women and children, and the psychological and reproductive health of adolescents. Most Rozan team members are qualified psychologists who work to enhance the emotional health of people from all sections of the society by conducting awareness raising activities, trainings and counseling."

The Domestic Violence Resource Centre (Victoria)

added 07/30/2009

DVRC (formerly DVIRC) is a statewide service in Victoria, Australia. DVRC aims to reduce and prevent family violence by providing education to improve service and policy responses, and by assisting people who have experienced abuse.

Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

added 06/04/2008

"The Vermont Network works with a wide range of partners to make Vermont a place where victims and survivors are safe and supported and where domestic and sexual violence can no longer thrive."

Women Escaping A Violent Environment (WEAVE)

added 06/04/2008

WEAVE serves women, men, teens, and children who are survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Free services include 24-Hour Crisis Line, Counseling, Prevention and Education, Emergency Response, Legal Advocacy, and a confidential Safehouse program. Also offers trainings for professionals and community involvement programs.

WomenSafe

added 06/04/2008

"WomenSafe works toward the elimination of physical, sexual and emotional violence against women and their children through direct service, education and social change."


Prostitution

KidsRights

added 06/30/2009

KidsRights, an organization based in the Netherlands, stands up for vulnerable children all over the world - children who fall victim to neglect, abuse, violence, exploitation, or discrimination, or run the risk of doing so. This organization runs projects all over the world and funds existing local projects with long-term support. They also cover all of a child's needs including healthcare, nutrition, education, accomodation, and attention.


Risk factors

DeafHope

added 07/30/2009

DeafHope is a nonprofit organization, established for and by Deaf women in January 2003. Their mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault against Deaf women and children through empowerment, education, services, and they also offer training and technical assistance to other agencies serving Deaf survivors.