“This report discusses…barriers survivors encounter when trying to access public benefits programs, cross-sector collaboration and systems-level advocacy, and possible legislative changes to these critical programs.”
This resource reviews what financial abuse is, what a healthy financial relationship looks like, safety and finances, protection orders, and other considerations.
“Patchwork offers a glimpse into the implementation of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) at the local, state, tribal, and national levels.”
The Lifetime Spiral reveals patterns of victimization by enumerating the types of violence, vulnerabilities, and harms women and girls face. Available in multiple languages.
This series discusses 1) Requirements – including basic information about the grounds and residency requirements, 2) Documents and Notification – including information about the documents you will need to file and how to legally notify your spouse, 3) Process for survivors – including information about what the divorce process looks like and what you should consider if you are a domestic violence survivor.
The report covers research on topics including the prevalence of identity theft and fraud; risk and protective factors; and prevention, intervention, and victim services.
This resource document from SPARC reviews an understanding of stalking and its impact on victims; the advocates role in assisting victims such as safety planning, PPOs, compensation, and confidentiality; and provides case scenarios.
“This webinar will provide insight and guidance for navigating data collection and program evaluation efforts for human trafficking programs. It will also touch on innovative and evidence-based strategies for implementing trauma-informed program evaluation practices.”
“With strip clubs and brothels closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people who engage in sex work have had to find other avenues to continue gaining revenue and building profit.”
“In this workshop you will learn about the construction of the Black race and the intersectionality of race, gender, ethnicity and identity in order to understand the impact of racism systemic and social disparities and disproportionalities experienced by Black women and develop a culturally specific model to providing services for the Black community.”