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Break the Cycle

Contact Email
info@breakthecycle.org
Description

Break the Cycle’s mission is to engage, educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence. Our priorities are to educate teens and young adults about domestic violence, encourage youth activism, and advocate for systemic change to increase and protect the rights of young people. As a national authority on issues related to teen dating violence and healthy relationships, we also support others to implement effective prevention and intervention services for teens.

 

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Breathe Network

Contact Email
info@thebreathenetwork.org
Description

The Breathe Network connects survivors of sexual violence with sliding-scale, trauma-informed, holistic healing arts practitioners across the country. We educate and train healing arts practitioners on the nuanced impacts of sexual violence as well as techniques to increase trauma-informed care within their practice in order to best serve the unique needs of survivors.

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Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

Description

The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is the primary source for criminal justice statistics in the United States. Its mission is to collect, analyze, publish, and disseminate information on crime, criminal offenders, victims of crime, and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government. This data is critical to federal, state, and local policymakers in combating crime and ensuring that justice is both efficient and evenhanded.

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California Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Contact Email
info@calcasa.org
Description

The California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) provides leadership, vision and resources to survivors of sexual assault, rape crisis centers, community members and other entities committed to ending sexual violence.

In 1999, CALCASA was selected to be national Training and Technical Assistance Provider to the “Grants to Reduce Violent Crimes Against Women on Campus Program” funded through the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW), US Department of Justice. Additionally, CALCASA provides training and technical assistance to DELTA and RPE grantees through it's Prevention Connection project. 

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916-446-2520
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Campus Outreach Services

Contact Email
inspire@campusoutreachservices.com
Description

Campus Outreach Services (COS) serves over 2500 schools, military bases, and organizations throughout North America on student safety best practices.  Since 1994 we have been dedicated to offering speakers and programs on sexual violence for all audiences, including new student orientations, student programs, parent programs, conferences, faculty in-service trainings, and other engaging presentations. COS also offers online resources for sexual assault education and training, along with publications, webinars, and consulting services around sexual and cyber misconduct.

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Casa Fortaleza

Description

At Casa Fortaleza, we work to empower and educate the Spanish speaking communities around sexual violence. We are a culturally specific trauma informed agency committed to strength-based services for our clients. Casa Fortaleza provides free counseling and services to survivors of sexual violence and their family and friends. Additionally, Casa Fortaleza provides education and empowerment to the Spanish communities for the eradication of all the forms of sexual violence.

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Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.

Contact Email
national@cliniclegal.org
Description

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC) is dedicated to enhance and expand delivery of legal services to indigent, low-income and vulnerable immigrants through organizations that serve poor immigrants seeking family reunification, citizenship and protection from persecution and violence around the country. CLINIC provides training, technical assistance, advocacy and immigration program management support to these organizations.

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CAWS North Dakota

Contact Email
contact@cawsnorthdakota.org
Description

The mission of the North Dakota Council on Abused Women's Services (CAWS North Dakota) is to provide leadership and support in the identification, intervention, and prevention of domestic and sexual violence.

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888-255-6240
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Center for Child and Family Studies

Contact Email
dana.dehart@sc.edu
Description

The Center for Child & Family Studies seeks to improve the well-being of children, adults and families in South Carolina and nation. It partners with public and private agencies to build, maintain, and restore families and communities....Our programs provide direct services to the community [or] are designed to strengthen the infrastructure of the human services professions.  This research project seeks to examine the relationship between victimization and offending for girls referred to the juvenile justice system.  

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Center for Pacific Asian Family

Description

Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) is recognized nationally for our pioneering work in domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse services within the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Islander (API) community. We created the first multi-lingual 24-hour helpline assisting API survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in the nation. We opened the first emergency shelter and the first transitional program specialized in serving API survivors.  

We provide a wide range of comprehensive services, focusing on the needs of survivors who seek to establish independent, violence-free lives. Our services are free of charge, conducted in many API languages. In 2005, we expanded our Community Program, focusing on community engagement and violence prevention programs.

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