Extensive website providing information on how to protect oneself, ways to take action, public policy, programs offered and many other resources relating to domestic violence.
Provides information on different training opportunities as well as online newsletters. Includes an extensive section related to the military. National Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Hotlines available.
A national nonprofit organization that advocates for laws to help battered women, educates judges, and provides training and support to employers and health care providers. The End Abuse Links section has several different topics, including teen dating violence, men and fathers, immigration issues, animal abuse, and resources in Spanish.
Providing advocacy for battered women, PCADV is a private non-profit organization with a statewide network of 61 domestic violence programs across the Commonwealth. Provides a list of useful resources as well as their current projects.
Jane Doe Inc., of The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, brings together organizations and people committed to ending domestic violence and sexual assault. They address the root causes of this violence, promoting justice, safety and healing for survivors through public policy, collaboration, public awareness, and prevention and intervention services.
Assists victims of violence in regaining self-esteem by helping to bridge the gap between being victims and survivors. Services include scholarships, reconstructive surgery, and cooking/nutrition workshops.
This site is geared toward helping crime victims rebuild their lives. NCVC addresses issues of stalking, dating violence, teen victims, and violence against women. Information on legislation, public policy, and civil litigation is available. Hotline for victims to get help is available in over 180 languages (TTY and email available).
Provides a list of additional web resources related to crime and law enforcement on campuses, including a toolkit to help end violence against women.
This resource focuses on providing programming to businesses, but includes an extensive section on statistics related to violence and the workplace programs.
Provides a very extensive resource list on violence sorted by issue (e.g. hate crimes, animal abuse, disability rights) in a bibliographical form, sometimes providing web links. To view without membership, scroll down to Public Entry on the home page and click “Enter.”
SVRI works globally to address the gaps in research concerning sexual violence and evaluate intervention to prevent or respond to sexual violence.