We can add yet another public health crisis to the toll of COVID-19: domestic violence. Can you recognize the signs of an abusive relationship? Consumer Action's webinar is led by attorney Maclen Stanley, who specializes in pursuing claims of sexual assault, sexual harassment and gender discrimination, and Gretchen Shaw, deputy director of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Learn how to recognize when abuse may be happening online and how to prevent it.
Learn about the impact of online sexual abuse on victims and explore resources for survivors.
Learn about digital consent, online community prevention, and ways to keep kids safe online.
Eight Step Advocacy Plan for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Survivors of Sexual Assault: A Guide for Rural Dual/Multi-Service Advocates
Eight Step Advocacy Plan for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Survivors of Sexual Assault:
A Guide by Leah Green, with Peggy Chicoine, Stephanie Mathis, and Jennifer Upah-Kyes for Rural Dual/Multi-Service Advocates
It is important that service providers understand the connections between sexual violence and housing.
This annotated bibliography provides descriptions of recent research related to sexual victimization of men. It provides an overview of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse experienced by diverse populations of men in a variety of settings.
Many survivors of sexual assault, abuse, and harassment have housing needs – either due to sexual violence happening in their home, experiencing homelessness, or needing safe housing to heal from the effects of sexual violence. This one-page resource list for advocates, housing providers, and others who serve sexual assault survivors provides general information on the connections between sexual violence and housing.