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ribbon Essential Information on Abuse, Assault, Rape & Domestic Violence

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Kathy's Ratings Guide
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yellow Parental supervision recommended
red Not suitable for most children
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National Domestic Violence/Abuse Hotline
1-800-787-3224 TDD

24-hour-a-day hotline staffed by trained counselors ready to provide immediate crisis intervention assistance to those in need. Callers can be connected directly to help in their communities, including emergency services and shelters as well as receive information and referrals, counseling and assistance in reporting abuse. This is a vital lifeline to anyone - man, woman or child - who is a survivor of domestic violence, or who suspects that someone they know may be the victim of abuse. Calls to the hotline are confidential, and callers may remain anonymous if they wish.

Abuse, Assault & Domestic Violence Resources

red What To Do If A Child Discloses Abuse
yellow Dealing with Abusive Behavior by Dr. Nancy R. Turner

green Recognizing Abusive Behavior
green How to Stop Abusive Behavior
red Wake Up Call - Other People's Children
yellow Shattered Love, Broken Lives 60 Articles on Domestic Violence
red Abuse Resourcesfrom Firewheel Vortex
red Sexual Assault Response and Awareness (Broken Link)
red The Wounded Healer Home Page
Secrets Let Go
red The Survivor's Voice
red NotVictims
red Minnesota Center Against Violence & Abuse
red Helping the Adult Survivor of Child Sexual Abuse
red National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
red When the Bough Breaks - A Helping Guide for Parents of Sexually Abused Children
kidstop red BAMM/Impact Self Defense Effective but Intense Training
red KIDPOWER Full Power Defense & Confidence Building for Children
red NCASA Guidelines for Choosing a Self Defence Class
red Assault Prevention Information Network
red Rape from Kate's Feminism Page
red Domestic Violence from Kate's Feminism Page
red Partnerships Against Violence
red The Family Peace Project
Resources for Rape Victims
red Rape Victim Advocates Valuable Information From This Chicago Area Group
red People For Peace - Save Our Children
red Sexual Abuse Survivor's Page
red The Safer Society Foundation
red Interview - Director of a Rape Crisis Center
red California Coalition on Sexual Offending
red Helping Survivors of Sexual Abuse Through Labor
red The Survivor's Page (by The Lynns)
red Survivor's Page
red On Survivors and Faith
red Allison's Domestic Violence Information
red Resources for Child Abuse, Sexual Abuse & Domestic Violence
red DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence new

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