Stalking

  • Supporting Crime Victims with Disabilities Online Training Toolkit

    People with disabilities turn to a variety of support systems in the aftermath of victimization, from family and friends to victim services to their local disability service provider or to law enforcement. When those support systems are knowledgeable about the...
  • A Conversation on Serving Survivors with Disabilities

    Research has shown that people with disabilities experience increased risk of domestic and sexual violence compared to people without disabilities. They also experience unique challenges in receiving healing and support, everything from receiving outreach for services through participating in programming....
  • Technology as a Tool for Advocacy: Accessible and Safe Use of Technology to Serve Survivors with Disabilities During COVID-19 and Beyond

    COVID-19 is requiring programs to rapidly adapt their advocacy for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The creative use of technology to serve survivors creates an opportunity to develop an approach to advocacy that can benefit survivors with disabilities and...
  • Policies and Best Practices to Screen Survivors with Disabilities for Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault & Stalking

    This webinar features the work of ProjectCARE, a local collaboration funded by the Office on Violence Against Women’s Disability Grant. Development and use of screening assessment protocols and tools are discussed for ensuring that survivors with disabilities and Deaf survivors...