Webinar Recording: The Road to Repair: Restorative Justice in the Aftermath of Serious Violence and Harm Recording of a webinar originally broadcast on April 16, 2019. Resources mentioned in webinar: Creative Interventions Toolkit. A extensive collection of resources, examples, and strategies for survivor support and accountability work rooted in community. http://www.creative-interventions.org/tools/toolkit/ TransformHarm.org. A resource […]
Relationships with Housing/Homeless providers is key to creating more housing options for survivors of domestic violence. Use this template below to talk with your local housing/homeless providers on how they can support survivors of domestic violence. You can adapt the slides as needed!
This printable poster outlines workplace protections for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
A collection of tips and tools for how to talk to someone who is engaging in abusive behavior.
A collection of tips and tools for supporting teens to have healthy relationships.
A collection of tips and tools on how to support someone who is experiencing abuse in their relationship.
A collection of tips and resources for friends and family of people experiencing abuse.
Legislative priorities for WSCADV in the 2019 state legislative session. Updated February 2019.
As advocates, we know that elections matter. Advocates and non-profits can be involved in the electoral process in limited ways, with very specific restrictions based on Federal and state law. This summary provides some general information on the ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ of non-profit advocacy around elections.
Based on in-depth reviews of 84 domestic violence homicide and murder-suicide cases, the Domestic Violence Fatality Review has identified 11 key goals to improve the response to domestic violence in Washington State. Among these key goals: Increase victims’ options for economic and housing stability.