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The links below are some sites that contain information from organizations that provide support for victims of domestic violence. These are potential references and resources. The Weitzman Center and Dr. Susan weitzman make no guarantees as to the sites, their contents or outcomes resulting in visiting these sites. If you would like your organization to be added to our resources and links list, contact us at and provide information regarding the nature of your organization, its mission, and any other pertinent information. We will review your submission and respond within one month should your submission be accepted.

Links...

  • www.theweitzmancenter.org - The Weitzman Center
    Description: The sister site to www.nottopeoplelikeus.com, The Weitzman Center is devoted to increasing awareness about domestic abuse in upscale families and providing education to the professionals who work with these people. Site includes an extremely helpful Care Kit, which you can download at no charge. The Care Kit provides summaries and descriptions of upscale abuse, and offers guidelines for finding the right lawyers, doctors, therapists and other professionals best suited for working with you.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    Description: Contains information on the services the Hotline provides to battered women, including crisis intervention, information on domestic violence resources and referrals. The site also includes a national domestic violence fact sheet with up-to-date statistics with citations, and a listing of domestic violence online resources. One section of the web site has a relationship quiz, available in both English and Spanish, for visitors to assess whether they may be in an abusive relationship.
  • American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence
    Description: Reports on ending domestic violence. They also post information on getting help, facts about domestic violence, events, and commission news.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
  • Violence Against Women Online Resources
  • Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence
    Description: This website contains information about the intersection of religious issues and child abuse, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and clergy misconduct.
  • Domestic Violence Resources
    Description: This page is sponsored by the Paladin Group Grant Mentors and Men Against Domestic Violence, a Santa Barbara, CA, group that addresses the issue of domestic violence. Information includes Frequently Asked Questions about Domestic Violence (FAQ's), Collected Statistics about Domestic Violence, More Statistics about Domestic Violence, and Men and Rape.
  • National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
    Description: Grassroots non-profit organization providing a national network for state coalitions and local programs, national level public policy, technical assistance, community awareness campaigns, general information and referrals, and publications.
  • National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence
    Description: The National Latino Alliance For the Elimination of Domestic Violence is a group committed to the findings of the 1997 National Symposium on La Violencia Domestica: An Emerging Dialogue Among Latinos. This website discusses their five initiatives, building the movement, policy, research, service provision/education/training, and community development, as well as posting a page of personal stories and weblinks.
  • National Network to End Domestic Violence
    Description: This website contains news and information for advocates about domestic violence and the latest advancements in the field from the field.
  • National Organization for Women ( NOW )
    Description: NOW's webpage posts information on many critical issues including violence against women. The page includes legislative updates, NOW actions, news reports, and information regarding other violence against women issues.
  • Family Violence Prevention Fund
    Description: Family Violence Prevention Fund addresses the need for information and policy development to respond to domestic violence issues at the workplace.
  • Victim Services: Largest Victim Assistance Organization/Safe Horizon
    Description: Victim Services/Safe Horizon is a direct service, research, and advocacy organization serving the five boroughs of New York City. They operate extensive community and court based services for domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, child abuse, and assault victims as well as survivors of homicide. They operate hotlines for domestic violence victims, crime victims, and immigrants and offer mediation services. Victim Services has information, research, and materials on victimization, victim rights, victim assistance, youth violence, and prevention. The site also includes an extensive list of links on a variety of violence-related topics.
  • Violence Against Women Online Resources
    Description: Violence Against Women Online Resources is an extension of the Violence Against Women Grants Office. This site is devoted to providing law, criminal justice, advocacy, and social service professionals with up-to-date information on interventions to stop violence against women. The site contains many downloadable documents about violence against women.

Additional resources...

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence: 1-800-537-2238
Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody: 1-800-527-3223
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Description: The Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is a statewide, grassroots, nonprofit organization that has been coordinating services for battered women and their families since 1978. Its mission is "to prevent and eliminate domestic violence in all forms at all levels of society through comprehensive coordination of services, training, and technical assistance, community education, advocacy, action and funding."
PO Box 18902
Denver, CO 80218
PHONE: (303) 831-9632
FAX: (303) 832-7067



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