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- V-Day: Until the Violence Stops: Conceived by Vagina Monologues playwright Eve Ensler, V-Day is a consciousness raising event designed to end violence against girls and women through public performances, education, networking, and fundraising activities.
- 100+ Songs Related to Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault: A listing of more than 100 songs in every genre, from traditional ballads to punk, many with links to online lyrics.
- A Comparison of Pimps and Batterers by Evelina Giobbe: Evelina Giobbe is at the Commercial Sexual Exploitation Resource Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The mission of CSERI is to abate commercial sexual exploitation through research, education and community organizing, and to advocate for the human rights of prostituted women, youth, and transgendered persons, and to increase opportunities for individuals to leave the sex industry.
- Abuse Counseling and Treatment, Inc. - Internet Warning: Detailed information on abuser's access via the internet.
- Abuse of Power: Information for victims of domestic violence by police officers and firefighters.
- Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services: Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services, located in Seattle, WA, is a support agency for Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard-of-Hearing victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.
- American Roulette: Violence Policy Center Study of Murder/Suicide Trends -- Results indicate that most murder/suicides perpetrated by males upon their intimiate partners and children by the use of guns.
- Angels In Blue: Stalking Page: Information on stalking law and behavior, including information on internet stalking.
- Angels That Care: Resources for Domestic Violence, missing and abused children, forum, chat, and Amber Alert.
- Animals & Domestic Violence: Abuse of pets in domestic violence - information and message board.
- Apna Ghar: A domestic violence shelter serving primarily Asian women and children, and is the only Asian shelter of its kind in the Mid-Western United States.
- Arguing the Violence Against Women Act: Two Views: Readings for an online discussion May 1, 2000 from the Beekman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University
- Battered Immigrant Women: The program educates women about their rights and develops their leadership so that they can become involved in changing policies that affect them. As emerging leaders, they play a critical role in supporting other women, informing institutions on their needs, demanding accessible services and teaching their peers how to address domestic violence and sexual assault.
- Bellweather Project: A nonprofit project working toward improved responses to violence against disenfranchised and marginalized persons - particularly women and children. Provides support and information, and training to responders of violence.
- Biderman's Chart of Coercion: Analysis of mind control with significance for survivors of domestic violence.
- Blaming the Victim: Domestic Violence and the Co-Dependency Model: Article by Greg Dear in PDF format.
- Call to Protect: A domestic violence prevention project to provide those in danger with instant access to help in the form of a wireless phone.
- Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence: The Center is a non-profit organization headquartered in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. Founded in 1977 by the Rev. Marie M. Fortune, the Center is an interreligious educational `resource` addressing issues of sexual and domestic violence.
- Child Protective Services and Domestic Violence: PDF of an article by Janet E. Findlater and Susan Kelly in the journal The Future of Children on the relationship between domestic violence and child abuse and neglect cases, and the role of Child Protective Services.
- City of Shelter: Domestic Violence Training Video
- Claims about Husband Battering: Offers a critique of claims that "husband battering" is widespread.
- Communities Against Violence Network (CAVNET): A searchable, authoritative source of information about violence against women, children, persons with disabilities, gays and lesbians, and others.
- Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence: A national nonprofit organization working to prevent domestic violence -- CAEPV is the only program in the country founded by business leaders and focused on the workplace.
- Cyberstalking: A New Challenge for Law Enforcement and Industry: Department of Justice site.
- DV/CPS Collaboration Home: DV/CPS collaborative strategies for integrating domestic violence services into child protection systems.
- Danger Assessment Instrument: in Identifying Risk Factors for Femicide in Violent Intimate Relationships - Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
- Defending Our Lives: Defending Our Lives exposes the magnitude and severity of domestic violence in this country. It features four women imprisoned for killing their batterers and their terrifying personal testimonies. This film won the Academy Award for Best DocumentaryShort in 1994.
- Defense Task Force for Domestic Violence: Public information about the Defense Domestic Violence Task Force that was established by The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2000, Public Law 106-65. The Task Force is comprised of 24 members all of whom were appointed by the Secretary of Defense. Half of the members are senior military and civilian personnel from the Department of Defense and half represent subject matter experts from the private sector, Department of Justice and the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Domestic Abuse in Later Life: Report from VAWNET Applied Research Forum on domestic violence among older women. Downloadable in PDF format.
- Domestic Violence: What is violence or abuse? Explanation of psychological and physical abuse.
- Domestic Violence - American Bar Association: Domestic violence, verbal and psychological Abuse resources by the American Bar Association.
- Domestic Violence - U.S. Resources: Listings of and links to articles, agencies, organizations and websites to find help and information concerning domestic violence, elder abuse and abuse against disabled persons in the United States.
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month Events: Family Violence Prevention Fund listing of events planned for October 2000.
- Domestic Violence Education: The Domestic Violence education course developed by American Medical Women's Association for physicians, residents in all specialities, medical students, and other health care professionals.
- Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team: Information regarding collaboration between public and non-profit organizations, investigation strategies, training opportunities, ways to increase safety for victims, services for children, and community involvement.
- Domestic Violence Handbook: Informative general information site hosted in Oakland County, Michigan. Lists common myths, defines abuse and the cycle of violence, offers personalized safety plan, answers questions about leaving, and personal protection orders.
- Domestic Violence Help: Look up help for a loved one or family member from all over the United States. There are stories of families and their struggle with domestic violence.
- Domestic Violence Information Center: Information and resources from The Feminist Majority Foundation.
- Domestic Violence Information Manual:: Informative articles, resources and web links designed to: increase public awareness of the nature and extent of domestic violence - from Australia.
- Domestic Violence National Directory of Professional Services: Comprehensive listing of services for domestic violence survivors and the advocates who assist them. Published by the Soros Foundation.
- Domestic Violence Photography: Oregon State Police - Coos Bay Forensic Laboratory
- Domestic Violence Prevention Online: Electronic Journal dealing with domestic violence prevention issues
- Domestic Violence Report - Civic Research Institute: Devoted exclusively to innovative programs, legal developments, and current services and research in domestic violence law and prevention. Includes: An Advocate's Introduction to DV and the Military.
- Domestic Violence Resource Manual: Multnomah County Department of Community and Family Services - Comprehensive `resource` manual and compilation of contacts information for agencies providing services in this area of Oregon
- Domestic Violence Survival Guide: Offers resources for protection against domestic abuse and information on hotline services.
- Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Resources: Violence Against Women Online Resources for Child Custody and Protection - University of Minnesota.
- Domestic Violence and Homelessness: National Coalition for the Homeless Fact Sheet #8, May 1998
- Domestic Violence and Welfare: from the Welfare Information Network. Articles on the economic aspects of domestic violence, welfare and homelessness.
- Domestic Violence as a Form of Child Abuse: Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) - National Child Protection Clearing House, Issues Papers - Article by Marianne James, Senior Research Officer, Australian Institute of Criminology
- Domestic Violence in Lesbian Relationships: The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center's STOP Partner Abuse/Domstic Violence Program provides information about, and resources for, lesbians at risk of domestic violence and those experiencing it.
- Domestic Violence in the Workplace - AFSCME: Information for union members about preventing domestic violence in the workplace.
- Domestic violence help, resources, survivor stories at Stop The Hurt.com: Stop The Hurt.com offers a safe place for women and children on the net to find domestic violence survival stories, resources, information and support.
- Domestic violence: an epidemic - UNICEF: Domestic violence: an epidemic - a new UNICEF report, Domestic Violence Against Women and Girls - Available in Adobe Acrobat readable PDF format.
- Domination, not alcohol, responsible for domestic violence: by K. Marie Porterfield Indian Country Today correspondent
- Donate a Phone Program: The national Donate a Phone campaign collects wireless phones to benefit victims of domestic violence. In the hands of a victim, these phones are a lifeline, enabling them to call for assistance when faced with an emergency situation.
- Education Wife Assault: Information for abused women, professionals, friends, and family on abuse of all types. E-Commerce enabled for publications sales and donations.
- Empowering The Phoenix: Motivational `resource` centre for domestic abuse survivors.
- Ending Violence Against Women, Population Reports, Series L, Number 11: published by the Population Information Program, Center for Communication Programs, The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
- Family Violence Law Enforcement Documentation: Information about documenting abuse using instant photography in health care settings and law enforcement settings.
- Family and Domestic Violence Training Package - Participants' Kit: Australian government site with a step by step training manual on domestic violence.
- Financial Resources for Women and Children, Inc.: Agency founded to provide low cost loans to women in abusive relationships through partnerships with shelters and domestic violence coalitions. Also provides practical advice about finances and planning for emergencies.
- Firearms and Domestic Violence: Fact Sheet from the Violence Policy Center
- Graphic Resource Site for Women's Domestic Violence Issues.: Free graphic images and designs to use as posters, handouts, or for other applications including use at fund raising events related to violence against women issues. Please request permission for reproduction.
- Human Services Policy (HSP): Special Populations/Domestic Violence: Department of Health and Human Services online resources related to Domestic Violence
- Immigration Interim Rule on Battered Woman Immigrants: This interim rule amends the Immigration and Naturalization Service ("the Service") regulations to allow a spouse or child to seek immigrant classification if he or she has been battered by, or subjected to extreme cruelty committed by, the citizen or lawful permanent resident spouse or parent.
- Instigate - an Online Toolkit: Transforming Communities - Technical Assistance and Training, Marin County, CA.
- Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community: The Institute's Mission is: To provide an interdisciplinary vehicle and forum by which scholars, practitioners, and observers of family violence in the African American community will have the continual opportunity to articulate their perspectives on family violence through research findings, the examination of service delivery and intervention mechanisms, and the identification of appropriate and effective responses to prevent/reduce family violence in the African American community.
- Intergenerational Transmission of Partner Violence: Results of a 20-year study of the impact of children witnessing violence between their parents. Published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
- Internet Safety for Survivors: Violence Against Women Online Resources - University of Minnesota
- Justice Options for Women who are Victims of Violence: Project looks at the importance of having the input of victims, victim advocates and community justice policy options when new options, such as restorative approaches, are introduced into the justice system in order to ensure that victims are not re-victimized by the system.
- Language/Etymology/rule of thumb: Definitive essay on the purported "rule of thumb" law about wife-beating.
- Law as a Strategy of Power and Domination:: Award winning article - the first annual UCSB "Making a Difference" Award! was offered to ALL UCSB undergraduate social science majors. To be considered, one submitted a paper and a resume containing social service history.
- Love is Not Abuse: Informational website with downloadable educational material for parents, teens and women.
- Mail Order Brides and the Abuse of Immigrant Women: A License To Abuse: The Impact of Conditional Status on Female Immigrants by Michelle J. Anderson [Text and footnotes of this article are reprinted from The Yale Law Journal. Volume 102 . April 1993 . Number 6. Copyright (c) 1993 by The Yale Law Journal Co., Inc.]
- Maison d'amitie: shelter for abused women.
- Maitri - San Francisco, CA: Maitri is a free, confidential, nonprofit organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area, that helps South Asian women facing domestic violence, emotional abuse or family conflict. We provide peer support and referrals to legal help, emergency shelters and counselors.
- Making Women's Shelters Accessible to Transgendered Women: Funded by the Violence Intervention and Education Workgroup (VIEW), through a grant provided by the Ministry of Education and Training, as part of the Ontario government's Inter-ministerial Violence Against Women Prevention Initiative.
- Margurerite Dixon Transition Society: Women who are abused are not responsible for the actions of the person involved
- Maternal and Child Health Library Knowledge Path: Domestic Violence: This guide points to key resources on the topic of domestic violence from a health perspective.
- Men and Women Against Domestic Violence: An internet-based coalition of men and women working to address the issue of domestic violence. We declare that this is not just a women's issue, but is very much a men's issue, too. Therefore, it is our responsibility to educate and advocate against physical, mental, emotional and sexual violence of all kinds.
- Mending the Sacred Hoop -Technical Assistance Project: MSH-TA is a Native American program that provides training and technical assistance to our American Indian and Alaskan Native relations in the effort to eliminate violence in the lives of women and their children.
- Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Program: The Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Program, founded in 1993 by Northeastern University's Center for the Study of Sport in Society, is a leadership program that motivates student-athletes and student leaders to play a central role in solving problems that historically have been considered "women's issues": rape, battering, and sexual harassment. Partners, Center for the Study of Sport in Society, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
- Military Family Resource Center: Domestic Violence Prevention Month: Contains information on building and strengthening domestic violence prevention partnerships between military and civilian communities. Describes U.S. Department of Defense and service initiatives and research, and provides links to related resources.
- Multnomah County Department of County Human Services - Domestic Violence Resource Manual: Domestic Violence and the Workplace - Web Based Training
- NOW and Violence Against Women: The National Organization for Women's site on issues related to violence against women.
- National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information: Making the Link - Domestic Violence & Alcohol and Other Drugs
- National Clearinghouse on Marital and Date Rape: Started in 1978, when marital rape was a crime in only 4 states. Follows national cases; has legal briefs, legislative testimony, bills, statutes, law reviews, newspaper clippings, articles, statistics, published and unpublished studies, and letters.
- National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence is "a grassroots non-profit membership organization working since 1978 to end violence in the lives of women and children."
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 24-Hour Access from all 50 states. Translators available.
- National Network on Behalf of Battered Immigrant Women: Three organizations jointly direct the Network, with each one providing leadership in its areas of expertise.
- National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center: Provides contemporary research and treatment information on the topic of violence against women. Designed to be useful to scientists, practitioners, advocates, grassroots organizations, and any other professional or lay person interested in current topics related to violence against women and its prevention.
- Network for Battered Lesbians and Bisexual Women: The Network for Battered Lesbians and Bisexual Women does activism to end domestic violence and oppression everywhere, and provides services to lesbian, bisexual and transgendered women victims/survivors of battering.
- New Hampshire AmeriCorps Victim Assistance Program: Our advocates, who are placed at crisis centers and police/prosecutor's offices, provide education and support to victims of domestic and sexual violence and stalking throughout New Hampshire.
- New Social Security Numbers For Domestic Violence Victims And Others: SSA Publication No. 05-10093 - describes procedures and requirements for requesting a new social security number.
- New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence: Promoting effective cross-systems' responses to DV through training, technical assistance and policy development.
- No Safe Place: No Safe Place offers resources and insights into the origins and possible solutions to violence against women. (Public Broadcasting System)
- Partnerships Against Violence: Home page of Partnerships Against Violence
- Peace at Home: Peace at Home is a human rights agency dedicated to stopping domestic violence.
- PeaceWorks Home Page: "PEACEWORKS"is an unique art documentary about domestic violence being developed by The Shelter, Inc. A team of artists/activists/formerly battered women and technicians, have come together to produce this screenplay. Drawn from the poetry, music and artwork of victims, the film stitches together vignettes exploring the root causes of violence and outlining the individual and communal journey of healing from abusive relationships.
- Plays about real-life issues: w@rn - WORN down or WARN against? A new, one act play that tells the story of an ordinary, middle-class woman who gets caught up in a cycle of domestic violence.
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Conversation with Judith Herman: Harry Kreisler interviews Judith Herman on the personal and political dimensions of trauma and recovery; September 2000. Explains how PTSD develops in women survivors of domestic violence.
- Poverty, Welfare and Battered Women: What Does the Research Tell Us?: Department of Justice Online Resources
- Prince Edward Island Woman Abuse Protocols: This initiative's goal is to reduce violence towards women by establishing policy and protocol to effectively respond to victims of family violence.
- Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues Concerning Interpersonal Violence, Maltreatment, and Related Trauma: Covering various concerns about the efficacy of ethical procedures, guidelines, and legal issues pertaining to psychologists consulting or working with clients affected by interpersonal violence.
- Psychological Maltreatment of Women Inventory: "The PMWI is a 58-item instrument designed to measure the level of psychological abuse of women by their intimate male partners. Partial text from Tolman's PMWI validation Study (1995) is available." - Kristin Ward, Cornell University
- Purple Berets Advocacy & Education Project: Purple Berets is a grassroots community-based organization working as advocates for women who are victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. The web site provides information on direct action political organizing to make system-wide change to give women access to justice.
- Quality Assurance Program - Peer Review of Domestic Violence: Includes standards and peer review documents for domestic violence programs in Michigan .
- Reading List on Domestic Violence: Good basic reading list on domestic violence -- history, research, self-help.
- Responding to Domestic Violence: Where Federal Employees Can Find Help: Prepared by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Includes places to turn to and a sectionalized report.
- Rural Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault: The challenge of providing services in rural areas
- SAWNET; South Asian Women's NETwork - Domestic Violence: Domestic Violence information for South Asian Women (taken to include Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka).
- SIS, Inc. - Survivors in Service: A grassroots organization of self-identifying survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, the network/caucus formerly known as Survivors In Service (SIS) began with initial support from the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) and statewide domestic violence programs. The organization works to provide leadership in the field of eliminating violence against women.
- SafePlace: Disability Services ASAP: Disability Services ASAP offers a `resource` lending library featuring books, curriculum kits, videos, audiotapes, anatomically correct dolls, models, games, journals, and other materials relating to abuse and violence prevention, sexuality education, and personal safety for people with disabilities, families, and professionals. The library currently features over 350 items, that are available for checkout in person or by mail within the United States
- SafetyNet Domestic Violence Resources: SafetyNet - Resources and links, including statistics and a listing of state coalitions against domestic violence from Cybergrrl. Be aware that there is good information on this site, but it has not been updated in several years.
- Sanctuary for the Abused: Resources, links, articles and support for victims of emotional, psychological, verbal and physical abuse.
- Shattered Hearts: Applying Hassan's BITE model to abusive relationships: Describes similarities between mind control and/or cultic relationships and the relationship between a batterer and victim.
- Sisters, Mothers, Daughters - Domestic Violence Video: They say that killers don't see their victims as people like themselves; they see an object, a thing, something less than human. Here conversations with sisters, parents, children....bring the 'humanity' back to these tragically lost lives. I found it riveting . Recommended: E.Druda, Video Librarian.
- Stalking Resource Center: The Stalking Resource Center is a program of the National Center for Victims of Crime. The Stalking Resource Center consists of five components: a Peer-to-Peer Exchange Program, Training, an Information Clearinghouse, a Practitioners' Network, and a Website.
- State Computer Harassment or "Cyberstalking" Laws: National Conference of State Legislatures
- Substance Abuse and Woman Abuse by Male Partners: Article addresses the complicted relationship of alcohol abuse to domestic violence against female partners.
- Take Back The Night: Louisville Kentucky Take Back The Night home page. Part of the national Take Back the Night events in October, the program works to end violence against women and children.
- The Abuse of Animals and Domestic Violence by Ascione, Weber & Wood : The Zero 5.0laf - The Official Website of Andrew Vachss: The Abuse of Animals and Domestic Violence. A National Survey of Shelters for Women Who Are Battered. By Frank R. Ascione, Ph.D, Claudia V. Weber, M.S., and David S. Wood, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.
- The Clothesline Project: Provides an opportunity for women to bear witness to their personal experience of violence, and celebrate their transformation from victim to survivor in a powerful statement of solidarity.
- The Family Violence Prevention Fund: The Family Violence Prevention Fund describes itself as "a national non-profit organization that focuses on domestic violence education, prevention and public policy reform."
- The Greenbook Initiative: To help child welfare and domestic violence agencies and family courts respond more effectively when domestic violence and child maltreatment occur in the same families.
- The Miles Foundation: The Miles Foundation is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to providing direct and support services to victims of violence associated with the military; providing professional education and training of military personnel and civilian community based advocates; conducting and supporting research; serving as a `resource` center for advocates, journalists and government officials; and serving to ensure that public policy is well-informed and constructive.
- The Project for Research on Welfare, Work and Domestic Violence: Collaborative project of the University of Michigan and The Center for Impact Research which seeks to foster collaboration among researchers, policy makers, and community organizations which are concerned with the nexus of welfare and domestic violence issues. Includes publications, research reports, research resources, conferences, and Internet resources.
- The Safety Zone - The Alcohol Connection: Information on Woman Abuse and Addiction
- The Silent Witness National Initiative: Silent Witness National Initiative is a non-profit organization promoting peace, healing and responsibility in adult relationships in order to eliminate domestic murders by the year 2010.
- The Urban Institute: Coordinated Community Responses to Domestic Violence in Six Communities: Beyond the Justice System
- Toolkit To End Violence Against Women: To provide concrete guidance to communities, policy leaders, and individuals engaged in activities to end violence against women, the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women developed the Toolkit To End Violence Against Women. The recommendations contained in the Toolkit were reviewed by numerous experts in the fields of sexual assault, domestic violence, and stalking.
- Trans and Intersex Survivors of Domestic Violence:: By Diana Courvant and Loree Cook-Daniels on the website: The American Boyz (AmBoyz) is an organization which aims to support people who were labeled female at birth but who feel that is not an accurate or complete description of who they are (FTMs) and their significant others, friends, familie and allies (SOFFAs).
- Transition House Association of Prince Edward Island: Provides information on the programs offered by the Association to victims of family violence in Prince Edward Island.
- UM SSW - Trapped: Project Publications and Research Reports: Project for Research on Welfare, Work, and Domestic Violence.
- UNIFEM's Internet Working Group to End Violence Against Women: The United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) has announced the resumption of the End-Violence Working Group, in response to popular demand. End-violence (1998-2000) is a powerful virtual community of over 2,500 people in 120+ countries working to end violence against women. End-violence was a driving force for UNIFEM's global Videoconference, "A World Free of Violence Against Women." End-violence also fed into the Beijing +5 Review Process and reports of UNIFEM and other UN agencies, including the Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women.
- US State Department - Services - International Adoption and Child Abduction: Information on international adoption and child abduction issues provided by the Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State.
- United Declaration Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women: Text of the UN's Declaration. This is a gopher site, no frills, but the complete text is given.
- United States DV Resources: Domestic Violence Resources by State on a clickable map, sponsored by Womens Rural Advocacy Programs in Minnesota
- Victim Services Domestic Violence Shelter Tour: A virtual tour of a shelter for domestic abuse survivors in New York City.
- Violence Against Women: A factsheet from the World Health Organisation (WHO) covering the scope of the problem, related health consequences, and guidance for health workers.
- Violence by Intimates: Bureau of Justice Statistics Fact Book in PDF format.
- WARNING: How an Abuser Can Discover Your Internet Activities: American Bar Association site with caution and advice on how to use the internet more safely to obtain information and resources on domestic violence.
- Warning Signs of An Abusive Relationship: Useful information from the University of Buffalo.
- When Men Murder Women: When Men Murder Women: An Analysis of 1999 Homicide Data. Females Murdered by Males in Single Victim/Single Offender Incidents. Site maintained by the Violence Policy Center.
- When Victims Have a Right to Know: Automating Notification with VINE: Review of the Vine system for victim notification by the Vera Organization. Report is available in Adobe Acrobat pdf format.
- White Ribbon Campaign: For the women engineering students murdered in Montreal.
- Woman Abuse and the PEI Legal System Research Team of the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre: A partnership of community, university and government working together to change the Prince Edward Island justice system to make it sensitive to the needs of survivors of family violence.
- Women and Children's Support Resources: A 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization which provides books, posters, tapes and other materials on domestic violence to women's shelters through a unique gift certificate program.
- Women's Rights Network: The National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center was funded, in September 1998, through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control. The Center is a consortium of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), The University of Missouri at St. Louis (UMSL), and Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) at Wellesley College.
- Womens Accounts: News and information with a focus on survivors of domestic violence.
- Zonta International Strategies to Eradicate Violence Against Women: ZISVAW is a program dedicated to eliminating violence against women and children funded by the Zonta International Foundation.
- eMedicine Health - Domestic Violence: Statistics and resources on domestic violence.