A guide for engaging in Washington state legislative advocacy.
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A guide for survivors who have been involved in the family policing system and who want to advocate for change through storytelling.
The 2023 state legislative session starts on January 9, 2023. Our top priority this session is a joint $132 Million budget request with other crime victim services organizations, and we’d…
A collection of tips and tools for domestic violence prevention work.
An introduction to domestic violence prevention
Do you care deeply about safe and stable housing for survivors? Are you committed to survivor-driven advocacy and listening to what survivors say they want and need? This paper is…
Building Dignity explores design strategies for domestic violence emergency housing. Thoughtful design dignifies survivors by meeting their needs for self-determination, security, and connection. The ideas here reflect a commitment to…
Everyone should be free to make decisions about their body without violence, coercion, or external control. The freedom to make decisions around reproductive health allows people to write their own…
A collection of information, resources, and training materials on how advocates and advocacy programs can best protect survivor confidentiality.
A collection of information, resources, and training materials to help advocates address a range of safety concerns in their work with survivors of abuse.