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Blind / Low Vision

Shared Vision Sacramento

Shared Vision Sacramento is a formal collaboration between WEAVE and Society for the Blind in the Greater Sacramento Region of California. Shared Vision Sacramento wants to ensure that people who are blind or low vision, living in the Greater Sacramento Region, who experience interpersonal and sexual violence can identify and access client-centered, educational and therapeutic… Read more »

DWAVE

DWAVE provides long-term advocacy, counseling, resource linkage, technical assistance, workshop/training, prevention education, survivor retreat and community events. DWAVE serves all victims including adults, children, older adults, LGBT,  and immigrants. Our Unique Contribution DWAVE provides on-call staff 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for victims who need to go to the hospital. We have a small… Read more »

Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc

Our Crime Victim Services Department is co-located in a Center for Independent Living. We have been providing concurrent victim and disability services to individuals with disabilities for over 15 years. The program currently spans 5 counties: Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Okeechobee, and Indian River. We have English and Spanish-speaking advocates to assist individuals whom… Read more »

McNeff’s Open Doors for Survivors with Disabilities

McNeff’s Open Doors for Survivors with Disabilities (“Open Doors”) reflects the commitment of five organizations who have come together to identify and address system gaps present for women with disabilities who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and/or stalking in Multnomah County.  These organizations include Disability Awareness Response Team (DART), Independent Living Resources (ILR),… Read more »

Abused and Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services

Abused Deaf Women’s Advocacy Services (ADWAS) provides comprehensive services for Deaf and DeafBlind survivors of domestic and sexual violence that include advocacy, therapy, parenting and children’s programs. In addition, we provide outreach and education to the community with a focus on prevention of violence. We staff the 24/7 local domestic violence hotline as well as… Read more »

Disability Liberation Project

The Disability Liberation Project works to highlight the value and brilliance of people with disabilities, especially immigrants and people of color, while exploring the intersections of disability with domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. We are working to increase our organizational capacity to better serve people with disabilities and developing partnerships with local disability… Read more »