Violence

Child/Domestic/Elder/Sexual Abuse-Violence- Resources

We are constantly researching and adding to our lists of resources. We welcome your input.
http://thinkprogress.org/health/2014/09/10/3565601/domestic-violence-cost/

From anywhere in the U.S. call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE(4673) or call 202-544-3064 to reach the RAINN business office.

http://www.balitangamerica.tv/fil-am-author-on-a-mission-to-help-domestic-violence-survivors/
http://notherapedocumentary.org/
http://www.MyBodyBelongstoMe.com
http://www.thepoemlady.com
LinkedIn Group: Child Safety Network

http://www.beautyfromashes.org/

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-turney-/2013/11/23/exposing-the-truth-about-child-abuse-so-no-more-children-suffer-in-silence?goback=%2Egde_163616_member_5810080147952398337#%21

Alabama Coalition Against Rape Montgomery,  AL 334-264-0123

Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (ANDVSA) Juneau, AK 907-586-3650

Arizona Sexual Assault Network (AzSAN) Phoenix, AZ 602-258-1195

Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault Fayetteville, AR 479-527-0900

CALCASA Rape Prevention Resource Center Sacramento, CA 916-446-2520

Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault Denver, CO 303-861-7033

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services (CONNSACS) East Hartford, CT 860-282-9881

Contact Lifeline Wilmington, DE 302-761-9800

DC Rape Crisis Center Washington, DC 202-232-0789

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence Tallahassee, FL 850-297-2000

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault (GNESA) Atlanta, GA 404-815-5261

Guam Healing Arts Crisis Center Tamuning, GU 671-647-5351

Hawaii State Coalition for the Prevention of Sexual Assault Honolulu, HI 808-733-9038

Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence (ICASDV) Boise, ID 208-384-0419

Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) Springfield, IL 217-753-4117

Indiana Coalition Against Sexual Assault Indianapolis, IN 317-423-0233

Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA) Des Moines, IA 515-244-7424

Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence Topeka, KS 785-232-9784

Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs Frankfort, KY 502-226-2704

Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault (LAFASA) Hammond, LA 985-345-5995

Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault Augusta, ME 207-626-0034

Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault Arnold, MD 410-974-4507

Jane Doe Inc. / MCASADV Boston, MA 617-248-0922

Men Can Stop Rape Washington, DC 202-265-6530

Michigan Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence Okemos, MI 517-347-7000

Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault St. Paul, MN 651-209-9993

Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault Jackson, MS 601-948-0555

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Jefferson City, MO 573-634-4161

Montana Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Helena, MT 406-443-7794

Nebraska Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Coalition Lincoln, NE 402-476-6256

Nevada Coalition Against Sexual Violence Las Vegas, NV 702-990-3460

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence Concord, NH 603-224-8893

New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault Trenton, NJ 609-631-4450

New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs Albuquerque, NM 505-883-8020

New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault Albany, NY 518-482-4222

New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault New York, NY 212-229-0345

North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault Raleigh NC 888-737-CASA (2272)

North Dakota Council on Abused Women’s Services/CASAND Bismarck, ND 701-255-6240

Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence Cleveland, OH 888-886-8388

Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Oklahoma City, OK 405-524-0700

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Portland, OR 503-230-1951

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) Enola, PA 717-728-9740

Day One 100 Medway Street Providence, RI 02906 401-421-4100 401-454-5565 (fax) E-mail: info@DayOneRI.org

South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Columbia, SC 803-256-2900

South Dakota Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Pierre, SD 605-945-0869

Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence Nashville, TN 615-386-9406

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Austin, TX 512-474-7190

Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault Salt Lake City, UT 801-322-1500

Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Montpelier, VT 802-223-1302

Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance Charlottesville, VA 434-979-9002 Richmond, VA 804-377-0335 (v/tty)

Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs Olympia, WA 360-754-7583

West Virginia Foundation for Rape Information and Services Fairmont, WV 304-366-9500

Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault Madison, WI 608-257-1516

Wyoming Coalition Against Violence & Sexual Assault Laramie, WY 307-755-5481

To learn how your local rape crisis center can become an affiliate of the National Sexual Assault Hotline, visit our Rape Crisis Center Information page or email jenw@rainn.org.

Art and Politics
Artist Soraya Nulliah On: Art, Apartheid, Women and Violence
genderbytes.wordpress.com
In 2006, Indo-Canadian, feminist artist Soraya Nulliah held a solo exhibition titled ‘SHAKTI’ at the  Nina Haggerty Centre in Edmonton, Canada.   ‘Shakti’ is a Hindi
Anthology of Muse for Women (No to Violence against women)

www.amazon.com

This book is the maiden anthology of MUSE FOR WOMEN group initiated by Mutiu Olawuyi (JP).

AFRICAN AMERICANS: SEXUAL ABUSE, CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Please note, the following lists are not comprehensive. Listed below are the
top 10 resources recommended by BSAS.

Top 10 books recommended by BSAS:

“African Americans and Child Sexual Abuse,”
by Veronica D. Abney

“Boys into Men: Raising Our African American Teenage Sons,” by Nancy Boyd-Franklin, Pamela A. Toussaint,
and A. J. Franklin

“Broken Boys/Mending Men: Recovery from Childhood Sexual Abuse,”
by Stephen D. Gruban-Black

“The Courage to Heal: A Guide for Women Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse,”
by Ellen Bass and Laura Davis

“I Will Survive: The African-American Guide to Healing from Sexual Assault
and Abuse,” by Lori S. Robinson
and Julia A. Boyd

“Lasting Effects of Child Sexual Abuse,”
by Gail Elizabeth Wyatt

“No Secrets No Lies: How Black Families Can Heal from Sexual Abuse,”
by Robin D. Stone

“Racism & Child Protection: The Black Experience of Child Sexual Abuse,” by Valerie Jackson

“Sexual Abuse in Nine North American Cultures: Treatment
and Prevention,” by Lisa Aronson Fontes

“Stolen Women: Reclaiming Our Sexuality, Taking Back Our Lives,” by Gail Wyatt

The Invisible Girls, Dr. Patty Feureisen http://www.girlthrive.com
The Battered Child, Mary Edna Helfer, Ruth Kempe
Rules of Engagement, Finding Faith and Purpose in a Disconnected World
Former NBA player Chad Hennings
The Law of the Gargage Truck, David Pollay
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE

http://www.rainn.org/

http://www.stopitnow.org/

The Florida Council Against Sexual Violence:

www.fcasv.org

www.childhelpusa.org

Child Welfare Information Gateway:

www.childwelfare.gov

Prevent Child Abuse America:

www.preventchildabuse.org

US Department of Health and Human Services:

www.hhs.gov

Florida Department of Health:

www.doh.state.fl.us

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children:

www.missingkids.com

Darkness to Light:

www.d2l.org

The National Children’s Alliance:

www.nationalchildrensalliance.org

International Child Abuse Network

The International Child Abuse Network (yesican.org) is a world wide provider of crisis, information and referral services.

Clergy as Mandatory Reporters of Child Abuse and Neglect: Summary of State Lawswww.childwelfare.gov

Legislation proposed in Pennsylvania would require witnesses of sexual abuse of a child to report itwww.lehighvalleylive.com

Child-on-Child Sexual Abuse: It’s No Game

overcomingsexualabuse.com

Who Will Cry for the Little Boywww.youtube.com

A poem about child sexual abuse by Antwone Fisher.

The Bumpy Path of Healing | Psychology Todaywww.psychologytoday.com

I gave in to the pain of the past and took too many pills. By Olga Trujillo, J.D….

poor black boys easy targets for sexual predators?www.thegrio.com

Child abuse laws in New Yorkwww.9wsyr.com

The sex scandal at Penn State has some wondering if tougher laws could have saved some of the children from the alleged attacks.

COURAGE! Journalist Goldie Taylor outs a predator after 26 years. « Shoq Value shoqvalue.com journalist and commentator, GoldieTaylor told a remarkable story to @CNN’s Don Lemon. She was inspired to tell it by the grotesque story of accused predator, former Penn State football coach, Jerry Sandusky.

Adult survivors of long term child sexual abuse and incest – public forum

Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute www.childmolestationprevention.org

The Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute is a national, science-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing child sexual abuse through early diagnosis and effective treatment for people at risk to molest children or pedophiles.

PREVENT CHILD ABUSE & CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN @ Aviva Community Fundwww.avivacommunityfund.org

Child abuse laws in New Yorkwww.9wsyr.com

FILM & LITERATURE (ARTICLES, BOOKS, BLOGS ETC.)

Penn State Scandal: Are We Willing To Protect Our Children?www.theroot.com It’s not enough to be shocked by the Penn State case. We can do better to protect them from harm.

This Veterans Day, Honor the Sexually Assaulted Service Members Who Have Been Silenced : Ms Magazine

msmagazine.com

Who Will Cry for the Little Boywww.youtube.com

A poem about child sexual abuse by Antwone Fisher.

NO! The Rape Documentary at the 2011 American Academy of Religion’s Annual Meeting

( http://notherapedocumentary.org/wp-content/themes/revolution-20/style.css )

Tears of the Abused By: Jeffery Lee Wells: e-bookstorewww.e-booktime.com

e-bookstore ·

Old White Men, Young Black Boys & The Sexual Legacy of Slavery.. In Light of Penn State | Yolo Akili yoloakili.com This piece was written a few years ago, but I felt compelled to unearth due to the recent Penn state sexual assaults and rapes of young black boys.

Brian Gerrish – Edge media – Child Stealing by the Statewww.youtube.com

Brian’s second appearance on Edge media TV. http://www.ukcolumn.org/http://www.thebcgroup.org.uk/http://www.lawfulrebellion.org

Over Itwww.huffingtonpost.com

Todaywww.psychologytoday.com

I gave in to the pain of the past and took too many pills. By Olga Trujillo, J.D….

poor black boys easy targets for sexual predators?www.thegrio.com

OPINION – Over the past few years similar incidents of sexual impropriety in the realm of sports have surfaced, with one common trend: the victims are exclusively young black boys from underprivileged backgrounds…

Adult survivors of long term child sexual abuse and incest – public forum

Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute www.childmolestationprevention.org

The Child Molestation Research & Prevention Institute is a national, science-based, nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing child sexual abuse through early diagnosis and effective treatment for people at risk to molest children or pedophiles.

PREVENT CHILD ABUSE & CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN @ Aviva Community Fundwww.avivacommunityfund.org

pavingtheway.net PAVE: Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment is a national, grassroots nonprofit. PAVE uses education and action to shatter the silence of sexual and domestic violence.

MENTAL HEALTH, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT

Sexual assault, domestic violence can damage long-term mental healthwww.cnn.com

Women are drastically more likely to develop a mental disorder at some point in their lives if they have been the victim of rape, sexual assault, stalking, or intimate-partner violence, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

The Bumpy Path of Healing | Psychology Todaywww.psychologytoday.com

I gave in to the pain of the past and took too many pills. By Olga Trujillo, J.D….

ORGANIZATIONS

Current Member Programs 2009-2010 – DHS Certified Shelters

Albany
Liberty House of Albany, Inc.
Crisis Line: (229) 439-7065Athens
Project Safe, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 543-3331 Atlanta
Partnership Against Domestic Violence, Inc.
Crisis Line: (404) 873-1766Augusta
Safe Homes of Augusta, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 736-2499Blairsville
Support in Abusive Family Emergencies, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 379-3000Blue Ridge
North Georgia Mountain Crisis
Crisis Line: (706) 632-8400Brunswick
Glynn Community Crisis
Crisis Line: (912) 264-4357Canton
Cherokee Family Violence
Crisis Line: (770) 479-1804Cartersville
Christian League for Battered Women, Inc. (Tranquility House)
Crisis Line: (770) 386-8779Cedartown
Polk County Women’s Shelter, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 749-9330Clayton
Fight Abuse in the Home (FAITH), Inc.
Crisis Line: (888) 782-1338Columbus
Columbus Alliance for Battered Women, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 571-0188Conyers
Project Renewal Domestic Violence Intervention Program, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 860-1666

Cornelia
Circle of Hope, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 776-4673

Cumming
Forsyth County Family Haven, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 887-1121

Dahlonega
NOA’s Ark, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 864-1986

Dalton
Northwest Georgia Family Crisis Center, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 278-5586

Decatur
International Women’s House, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770-413-5557)

Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence, Inc. (Women Moving On)
Crisis Line: (404) 688-9436

Douglasville
S.H.A.R.E. House, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 489-7513

Dublin
Women in Need of God’s Shelter, Inc.
Crisis Line: (478) 272-8000

Fayetteville
Fayette County Council on Domestic Violence
Crisis Line: (770) 460-1604

Gainesville
Gateway House, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 536-5860Greensboro
Circle of Love Center, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 453-4017 Hartwell
Northeast Georgia Council on Domestic Violence
Crisis Line: (706) 376-7111Hinesville
Tri-County Protective Agency, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 368-9200Jesup
Wayne County Protective Agency, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 588-0382Lafayette
Family Crisis Center of Walker, Dade, Catoosa, Chattooga Counties
Crisis Line: (706) 375-7630LaGrange
Harmony House, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 885-1525Lawrenceville
Partnership Against Domestic Violence, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 963-9799Macon
Macon Salvation Army Safe House
Crisis Line: (478) 738-9800Marietta
YWCA of Northwest Georgia
Crisis Line: (770) 427-3390McDonough
Flint Circuit Council on Family Violence, Inc. (Haven House)
Crisis Line: (770) 954-9229Morrow
Association on Battered Women of Clayton County, Inc. (Securus House)
Crisis Line: (770) 961-7233Rome
Hospitality House for Women, Inc.
Crisis Line: (706) 235-4673

St. Marys
Camden Community Crisis Center, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 882-7858

Savannah
Savannah Area Family Emergency
Crisis Line: (912) 629-8888

Statesboro
Citizens Against Violence, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 764-4605

Thomasville
Halcyon Home, Inc.
Crisis Line: (229) 226-6666

Tifton
Tifton Judicial Circuit Shelter, Inc. (Ruth’s Cottage)
Crisis Line: (229) 387-9664

Valdosta
Battered Women’s Shelter, Inc. (The Haven)
Crisis Line: (229) 244-1765

Vidalia
The Refuge Domestic Violence Shelter, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 538-9935

Warner Robins
Warner Robins Salvation Army
Crisis Line: (478) 923-6294

Waycross
Concerted Services, Inc.
Crisis Line: (912) 285-5850

Winder
Peace Place, Inc.
Crisis Line: (770) 586-0927

Other Member Programs as of 2009

TELEPHONE AGENCY COUNTY
404-241-8740 Safe Haven Transitional Dekalb
706-653-7750 Judicial Alternatives of Georgia Muscogee
770-677-9322 Shalom Bayit of JF&CS Dekalb
404-657-3412 Georgia Commission on Family Violence Fulton
404-876-0670 Raksha Inc. Fulton
404-299-2185 Tapestri Inc Dekalb
770-475-3532 AWAKE, Inc. Fulton
404-299-6217 Refugee Family Services Dekalb
770-304-0966 The Community Welcome House, Inc. Coweta
404-817-7070 Traveler’s Aid of Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. Fulton
404-915-2644 Center on Addiction and Family Counseling (CAFAC) Rockdale
404-496-4038 Ahimsa House, Inc. Fulton
404-452-6248 Ahimsa House, Inc. Crisis Line Fulton

Do you know how domestic violence distresses your community?

African Americans
Asian Pacific
Cambodians
Filipinas
Japanese
Koreans
Native Americans
South Asians



The National Center for Victims of Crime
Provides therapy, conferences and training.

RAINN ( Rape, Abuse, Incest, National, Network)
Provides statistics,  help for victims & online training.

PAVE | Shattering the Silence of Sexual Violence

Your Bully Intervention Prevention and Awareness – Anti-Gang Specialists

http://www.tnlafamiglia.org/

Throggs Neck La Famiglia
Sexual assault happens within and are committed by gang members. This is an excellent resource for information about gangs.

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