Federal law requires government agencies to ensure their services are accessible to victims with disabilities. An important way to increase access to services is by providing victims with accommodations.
The Healthy Relationships group will give you tools and skills to be safe and happy in your relationships.
Designed to help self-advocates understand ableism and its connection to violence against people with disabilities.
This Toolkit lays out four simple steps for providing accommodations to survivors with disabilities, and includes sample language you can use when talking to survivors.
NPR Investigation Finds Hidden Epidemic Of Sexual Assault
A library of resources that highlight best practices or address challenges that can help us end abuse of people with disabilities.
Disability Justice & Violence Prevention Resource Hub Created by Survivors of Violence with Disabilities for People with Disabilities & Our Allies
Workshops to help professionals, educators, self-advocates and parents skillfully and confidently navigate the topic of sexuality.
Through the use of four tools, educators and caregivers are taught that they are instruments of peace, bringing messages of non-violence and total acceptance.
With this online guide for people with disabilities, you and your caretakers will understand the warning signs, solutions, and digital tools to use the web safely.