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Prevention Coalition: a collective group of prevention professionals and others who are interested in violence prevention from the fields of sexual assault, domestic violence, sexual health, HIV/AIDS prevention, crime victims’ services, criminal justice, homeless youth services, public health, and government. For more information, contact Rebecca ([email protected]) or Mo ([email protected]).
FREE PROVIDER TRAININGS SLCAD provides FREE in-service trainings to service providers and professionals such as law enforcement agencies, domestic violence shelter staff, mental health counselors, health care professionals, sexual assault services providers, emergency first responders, attorneys, legal personnel and sign language interpreters.
Trainings may take anywhere between 1.5 to 3 hours, depending on the need.
Children are also affected by domestic violence, even if they are not abused or do not witness it directly. Department of Justice, women are 90-95 percent more likely to be victims of domestic violence than are men.
The majority of victims of domestic violence are women, although men can also be victimized. Those men who are victimized include both men who experience intimate partner violence in gay relationships and men who are battered by a female partner.
We aim to personalize our training curriculum to meet your individual needs.Children and Domestic Violence General Domestic Violence Links Immigration Issues Poverty Issues Governmental Resources Victims/Survivors with Mental Health/Mental Illness Issues and/or Physical Disabilities The Deaf Community African American Community Native American Community Latino Community Asian American Community Muslim Communities Jewish Communities Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities (LGBT) Other Helpful Sites Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement (as abusers) Sexual Assault Sites Domestic Violence and the Faith Community Information for battered men on how to cope and the steps they should take, as well as other resources.Information for Male Survivors of Domestic Violence Women As Abusers Men’s Nonviolence Organizations Domestic Violence Research Sites Teen Dating Violence Links Violence Prevention Programs Health Care Community Texas Council on Family Violence Texas Association Against Sexual Assault to Top National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE National Runaway Switchboard Hotline: 1-800-621-4000 RAINN: Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE Back to Top A Base for Women’s Empowerment – Q Web Sweden Description: An international communication network focusing on women’s health and status, including actions against violence and abuse.Are you a Deaf survivor of domestic violence, sexual abuse, or stalking?DAWN provides crisis intervention services for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deaf-Blind communities.