“The physical, sexual, and emotional abuse suffered by bisexual survivors is at levels much higher than lesbian and heterosexual relationships and we must talk about why.”
Hear from “Esperanza United’s youth leaders about the challenges and successes of working with youth throughout the pandemic.”
OVC’s featured resources for March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.
“How partnerships with one housing finance agency, two nonprofit housing developers, and two housing authorities led to 84 apartments for low-income families.”
“The Moving Ahead Curriculum offers a range of information from basic money and financial management principles to advanced, long-term financial planning.”
This webpage explains different immigration statuses, provides common immigration terms, and links to outside glossaries for more information.
“Battered Mothers Involved with Child Protective Services reports the voices, views and recommendations of battered immigrant, refugee and indigenous women, derived from their experiences in the domestic violence and child protective services systems.”
“Common misconceptions surrounding stalking, including how abusers are misusing technology. She also shares available resources for OVW grantees as well as the public to educate on stalking, identify when someone is being stalked, and help victims and survivors of stalking.”
“This webinar reviews the ways the core principles of trauma-informed care can be applied to the use of language and images/visuals in direct services, within the organization, and in training and outreach materials.”
“This webinar explores why it’s critical to recognize the importance of other factors, including setting healthy boundaries and accessing support as an integral part of a holistic approach to self-care.”