Domestic Violence Resources

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In this section, you will find more Domestic Violence resources and links to websites that offer information and assistance, such as:


Help for Children and Teens

  • Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence Opens new window - an information packet developed by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. (see pages 6-10)
  • Break the Cycle Opens new window - a website to educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from domestic and dating violence.
  • Love is Respect Opens new window - a website project of Break the Cycle and National Dating Abuse Helpline provides a resource to engage, educate and empower youth and young adults to prevent and end abusive relationships. Peer Advocates available for assistance and support, providing telephone, live chat, texting and website assistance to teens and parents seeking help and guidance for intimate partner violence.
  • Date Rape Information Opens new window - a publication written by the National Crime Prevention Council.
  • When Love Hurts Opens new window - a website developed by the Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Center (DVIRC) of Australia.
  • Love: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Opens new window - a publication developed by the American Psychological Association and Partners in Program Planning in Adolescent Health (PIPPAH).
  • Center for Families, Children and the Courts (CFCC) Opens new window - a website with services to meet the diverse needs of children, youth, families and self-represented litigants in the California courts.
  • WomensLaw.org Opens new window - a website with information and help for teens and dating violence.



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