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Mental Health/Psychiatric

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 »

Triumph Omaha

Triumph Omaha is a collaboration located in Omaha, Nebraska and is comprised of two community based organizations: The Women’s Center for Advancement and Community Alliance. The Women’s Center for Advancement serves survivors of domestic violence, and Community Alliance provides comprehensive services to individuals who have severe mental illness. Triumph Omaha came together with a commitment… 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 »

Green Mountain Self Advocates

Green Mountain Self Advocates (GMSA) is a self advocacy organization run by people with developmental disabilities and their allies.  GMSA runs 23 local self advocacy groups across Vermont.  The members of these groups make up this organization that is dedicated to education, public awareness, peer support, and advocacy for persons with developmental disabilities. Our Unique Contribution… Read more »

National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health

The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health provides training, support, and consultation to advocates, mental health and substance abuse providers, legal professionals, and policymakers as they work to improve agency and systems-level responses to survivors and their children. Our work is survivor-defined and rooted in principles of social justice. Our Unique Contribution… Read more »

Antelope Valley Collaboration

The Antelope Valley Collaboration is a partnership between the Antelope Valley Domestic Violence Council (Valley Oasis) and Mental Health America Los Angeles-Antelope Valley Enrichment Services. Valley Oasis is a community-based organization committed to eliminating social violence, domestic violence, and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention and supportive services. Mental Health America of Los Angeles –… Read more »

Project BASE

Project BASE (Barrier and Stigma Elimination) is the result of collaborative work between The Retreat, Inc., the Mental Health Association in Suffolk County, and the Crime Victims Center, a program of Parents for Megan’s Law. These organizations each independently serve Suffolk County, New York and together are addressing the specific needs in that community to… Read more »

Project Peer

Project Peer is a collaboration between Quality Trust, Anchor Mental Health, District Alliance for Safe Housing, the DC Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the DC Rape Crisis Center, the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Institute, Project ACTION!, and Ramona’s Way.  In 2007 this diverse group of local service providers came together to improve service access and quality… Read more »

Open Door Initiative

The Open Door Initiative (ODI) is a collaboration between Friendship Home, Voices of Hope, St. Monica’s, and Center Pointe, Inc.  Friendship Home is an agency that provides a continuum of safe, confidential shelter and support options for women and children experiencing domestic violence.  Voices of Hope provides 24-hour crisis services for survivors of domestic and… Read more »

Domestic Violence and Mental Health Collaboration Project

The Domestic Violence and Mental Health Collaboration Project is a locally-focused partnership between domestic violence advocates, mental health service providers, and legal aid providers. We are collaborating to make services more accessible, holistic, and integrated, and to better meet the mental health, safety, and self-determination needs of domestic violence survivors…. Read more »