“February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. On this episode of Collectively Speaking, we’re discussing dating and healthy relationships with 13-year-old Mahadia and 13 years old Kevian.”
This factsheet is a collection of information and statistics on dating abuse and sexual assault affecting API teens and youth, including terminology, deeper dives on middle school, high school, and college-age groups, lifecourse abuse, and help seeking.
What is the connection between domestic violence, sexual assault, and reproductive justice and how does it impact Black women?
“Black women have a complicated historical and contemporary relationship with domestic violence and sexual abuse within the United States. This has resulted in the highest rates of both domestic violence and sexual abuse victimization for Black women than any other ethnic/racial group.”
More Than Just A Piece Of Paper: A Toolkit For Advocates On Firearms And Domestic Violence During COVID-19
“The NRCDVF spent the better part of 2020 conducting interviews, holding focus groups, and working with communications professionals to develop new strategies for engaging people on intimate partner violence and firearms. The results show: 1) there are solutions; and 2) we must believe we can solve this problem.”
“This webinar, offered on January 31, 2020, by NCALL and SPARC, The Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center examines stalking in the context of elder abuse — its prevalence, dynamics, implications, and resources available for survivors.”
“Survivors in contact with a partner or parent who is abusive cannot rely on leaving a relationship or physical separation to end the violence, abuse, or control. For them to be safer, the violent behavior must be reduced…”
Meaningful Partnerships to Support Youth at the Intersections of Homelessness and Gender-Based Violence
“This webinar will examine the scope and unique characteristics of relationship violence amongst runaway/homeless youth, and will explore the why and the how of building and sustaining effective community collaborations to best serve youth at the intersections.”
“Studies show the causes of elder abuse to be wide-ranging—and not necessarily an outcome of caregiver stress. Seeing caregiver stress as a primary cause of abuse has unintended and detrimental consequences that affect the efforts to end this widespread problem.”
“This training provides clinicians with a greater understanding of the needs of patients that have been sexually assaulted or abused while improving the overall care and exam process for these patients.”
“In this increasingly digital age, NCALL is pleased to offer our newly revised toolkit, Tech Safety + Older Adults, aimed at helping older adults identify ways to safeguard themselves from those who misuse technology to control, harass, stalk, threaten, and/or defraud them.”