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Triumph Omaha – Planning Documents

Learn about the mission, vision, and work process of Triumph Omaha, and their commitment to creating a well coordinated systems based approach to serving survivors of domestic violence who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorder.


Project P.A.U.S.E. – Planning Documents

Learn about the mission, vision, and work process of Project P.A.U.S.E., focused on improving services for domestic violence survivors with neurological disabilities.


ARISE Agency Resource Guides

Albany Respects Individual Safety through Empowerment (ARISE), a collaboration located in Albany, NY, developed individual guides for the staff of the organizations involved in the collaboration. These guides are intended to support staff in navigating the partner organization in order to make appropriate referrals for survivors.


ARISE Safety Planning Guide & Tools

This guide and accompanying tools was develop to guide both domestic violence advocates and direct care professionals in creating safety plans with survivors with disabilities. Tools include checklists, and questions and considerations for safety planning at work, school, or at home.


ARISE Brochure

This brochure was developed by Albany Respects Individuals through Empowerment (ARISE), to educate and inform their community and the individuals employed by their respective organizations, about the work being done to address violence against people with disabilities.


Making Hard Times Harder: Programmatic Accommodations for Inmates with Disabilities Under the American’s with Disabilities Act

“While prison is hard for everyone, incarceration is even more challenging for inmates with disabilities. Research shows that inmates with disabilities are sentenced to an average of fifteen more months in prison as compared to other inmates with similar criminal convictions. The time they serve is also harder, with more sanctions imposed and less access to positive programming… Read more »



The New 2016 SANE Program Development and Operation Guide

Nearly two decades ago the original guide for the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) programs was released. Now in 2016 the Office for Victims of Crime is pleased to announce the new and improved SANE Program Development and Operation Guide. The updates to the guide are centered around and recognize five key principles of trauma-informed,… Read more »