Dating violence resources
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From policies and programs to legal issues and legislation, CAEPV is a credible source for information, materials and advice.
Though NCADV does not provide direct services, we are happy to refer other resources covering a wide variety of needs.
If you have been victimized by an intimate partner — recently or in the past — you may experience one or many of the following: Your internet use can be monitored and is impossible to completely erase.
If you are afraid your internet use could be monitored, please use a safer computer or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.
Speakers will offer their perspectives on the power of advocacy to create social transformation and will share their own stories of inspiration to do this work.
Storytelling for Social Change (Webinar) This webinar will introduce best practices for trauma-informed storytelling to help build program capacity to incorporate storytelling into prevention and awareness-raising efforts during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
ERA was comprised of individuals dedicated to raising awareness about relationship abuse and advocating for effective, accessible and ethical prevention programs and rehabilitation services for offenders. The Association was formed to facilitate cooperative action toward common goals of effective policy, funding, and training; and to promote the growth and development of high quality services for men who are abusive in relationships with women.
In 2004, it was decided to change the Association’s name to more accurately reflect its vision, which was to stop all relationship abuse.