Child Abuse: Statistics, Research, and Resources Description: This page and Recovered Memories of Sexual Abuse: Scientific Research and Scholarly Resources are pages organized and maintained by Jim Hopper who is a Ph. candidate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Massachusetts in Boston.“Q” derives from Swedish “Quinna,” meaning “woman,” and is a popularly accepted symbol for women’s issues in Sweden. Description: Strives to relieve suffering caused by war, poverty, poverty, and disease by advancing peace and health in neighborhoods and nations around the globe.Information on peace and health programs are posted on this Crisis Prevention Institute, Inc. Description: CPI is a for-profit agency offering training in the management of disruptive and assaultive behavior. Fund is a national non-profit organization committed to end violence against women and assist women survivors of violence to regain their self-esteem.They also post a training manual on how to talk to and help survivors. Description: Veritas Programming provides a variety of information on anxiety disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder, including: a bibliography on post-traumatic stress disorder, the American Coalition for Abuse Awareness (ACAA) newsletters, and information about repressed memory. In one or two years, CAPS students receive a formal certificate in child abuse prevention that prepares them for working directly with children or as advocates for children, their families, and their communities. American Women Overseas, Description: AWOS is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization with an international outreach that gives hope and provides resources to abused American women and children living overseas. CAPS curriculum is taught by instructors from several academic disciplines who provide specialized learning in this field for teachers, early childhood educators, public health professionals, social workers, law enforcement officers, and other specialists who work with children and families. Taylor Harlingen, Texas 78550 (956) 423-9305 (956) 423-9306 Monday - Thursday - pm Friday - pm Raymondville Location 192 N 3rd Street Raymondville, Texas 78580 (956) 689-5150 Monday - pm Please deliver all donations to: Repeat Performance 124 W.
Children and Domestic Violence General Domestic Violence Links Immigration Issues Poverty Issues Governmental Resources Victims/Survivors with Mental Health/Mental Illness Issues and/or Physical Disabilities The Deaf Community African American Community Native American Community Latino Community Asian American Community Muslim Communities Jewish Communities Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities (LGBT) Other Helpful Sites Domestic Violence and Substance Abuse Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement (as abusers) Sexual Assault Sites Domestic Violence and the Faith Community Information for battered men on how to cope and the steps they should take, as well as other resources.Information for Male Survivors of Domestic Violence Women As Abusers Men’s Nonviolence Organizations Domestic Violence Research Sites Teen Dating Violence Links Violence Prevention Programs Health Care Community Texas Council on Family Violence Texas Association Against Sexual Assault to Top National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453 National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-SAFE National Runaway Switchboard Hotline: 1-800-621-4000 RAINN: Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network: Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE Back to Top A Base for Women’s Empowerment – Q Web Sweden Description: An international communication network focusing on women’s health and status, including actions against violence and abuse.They focus on the following professional discipline areas: education, health, business, mental health, corrections/security/police, human services/government, and youth services. Description: Survivors International is a Californian organization that provides psychological and medical treatment to survivors of torture from around the world. No Spank Description: A resource for those who believe that children’s optimal development occurs in nurturing, violence-free environments and that every child has the right to grow and learn in such an environment.On their website, they post information about torture, treatment centers around the world, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Abuse Prevention Studies (CAPS) Description: The CAPS program is an interdisciplinary, graduate-level certificate program offered through the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.
They have created a web site offering tips for reducing the risk of violence in the workplace, free posters, and listings of CPI’s training programs. The ROSE Fund helps to empower individuals to achieve self-sufficiency, rebuild their lives, and ultimately help end violence within society.They focus on the following professional discipline areas: education, health, business, mental health, corrections/security/police, human services/government, and youth services. Description: The National Center for Victims of Crime believes in forging a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives. National Center for Victims of Crime org/gethelp/ Jewish Women International Call to Action to Top Men Stopping Violence White Ribbon Campaign National Organization for Men against Sexism nomas.MOVE Men utk.edu/~bartley/other/real Men.html#what Is Blain Nelson’s Abuse Pages to Top The Safer Child.