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The Role of Alcohol Policies to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence Perpetration

  • PreventConnect
  • 2015
  • This webinar explores alcohol policies as a strategy for prevention. Alcohol policies involve the use of laws or regulations at the local, state, and national level to regulate or modify the production, sale, and consumption of alcohol, and they may be helpful in reducing risk for violence perpetration at the community-level.

    Silence Hurts: Alcohol Abuse and Violence Against Women (for Professionals)

  • Prevention Pathways, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
  • Each year, more than 500,000 non-fatal violent crimes are committed against women. These crimes include sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, and elder abuse. Many of these crimes involve the use of alcohol or other drugs. The course describes these "hidden problems" and identifies risk factors, screening and assessment tools, prevention and intervention strategies, tools for clients, and legal issues.

    It Won't Happen to Me:
 Substance Abuse Related Violence Against Women for Anyone Concerned About The Issues

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP): Prevention Pathways
  • 2004
  • This 11-module online course discusses substance abuse, violence against women, the connection between the two, signs and symptoms, myths, how to see if a problem exists, as well as prevention, treatment and legal options.

    Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault Online Training

  • Arkansas Coalition against Sexual Assault
  • Arkansas in training their staff and volunteer advocates. The course includes modules that will enable the student to gain self-study credit toward certification as a trained victim assistance advocate. In addition, the information and exercises will provide valuable information to anyone wanting to learn more about the complex issue of sexual assault. Access is free, but registration is required. The course includes: quizes, slideshows, cases/scenarios and video lectures.