Partners & Affiliates
--- Domestic Peace
Clackamas Women's Services Our mission is to foster self-empowerment of women and children so they can establish
lives free of domestic and sexual violence.
Since 1985, Clackamas Women's Services has safely sheltered
over 7,000 women and children within the walls of our two shelters. With living areas painted rich, warm colors, and further
graced with astonishing murals, the shelters represent something that many of its residents have not experienced for a very
long time-a home that is safe and welcoming, a place of refuge, not a place of fear.
Clackamas Women's Services provides the only two emergency shelters and crisis
line for survivors of domestic and sexual violence in Clackamas County. One in eight women are survivors of domestic or sexual
violence in Oregon and a likely 20,000 of those women and their children live in Clackamas County. Each year Clackamas Women's
Services gets more than 5,000 calls for help and 350 of those women and children find shelter at Clackamas Women's Services.
Another Way, Inc.
Provides counseling and shelter for
victims of domestic violence and their minor children. Outreach counseling available for all victims of domestic violence.
Also offers criminal justice support, advocacy and case management services. "State Certified".
Community education; Criminal justice support/advocacy; Crisis counseling; Emergency
cell telephone; Group treatment; Information and referral; Personal advocacy; Professional training; Shelter/safe house; Therapy;
Victims compensation claims; Crisis Hot-Line
493-6743, Admin: (386) 719-2700, Fax: (386)
719-2758Another Way, Inc., P.O.
Box 1028, Lake City, FL 32056-1028
Violence Against Women Act of 1994
Violence Against Women
Office, now the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) works closely with components of the Office of Justice Programs, the
Office of Legal Policy, the Office of Legislative Affairs, the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, the Immigration and Naturalization
Office, the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, U.S. Attorneys’ Offices, and state, tribal and local jurisdictions
to implement the mandates of the Violence Against Women Act and subsequent legislation.
Women Against Domestic Violence
"Women Against Domestic Violence is a group of women from around the
world who have come together for one common purpose, domestic violence and child abuse. We are not an anti men group as we
believe all genders can be abused. Domestic violence is a human problem...not gender!"
Everyday Women Everywhere is an on line community for women all around the world to share opinions and experiences.
Peace At Home believes that domestic violence is a human rights issue. For nearly 10 years, Peace
at Home has been working to reduce domestic violence by increasing public awareness, educating youth, and helping women at
Kelly Cyr is
an author, historian, and the publisher of personal
history books. Her book, Supreme Love, One Woman's True Story, is an account of her life asan abused spouse and the comfort she found in her belief of God's love, the Supreme Love.
Her company, Lion's Den Publishing, offers editorial services too. Supreme Love can be purchased via amazon.com as well as
Lion's Den Publishing in Great Falls, MT.
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Family of Men Support Society is working to ensure that the cries of male victims are heard alongside
those of women and children who are also victims of abuse, all victims deserve our support. "Where law ends, tyranny begins."
http://www.familyofmen.com Phone: (403) 242-4077 e-mail: email@example.com
SafeNet is an agency of dedicated professionals and community volunteers working together
to end domestic violence against women.
Family Violence Prevention Fund
has produced and sponsored several 30-second public service pieces for television that are
raising awareness of domestic violence and the need to report noises, screams, sobbing, and loud noises of destruction. Play
the videos or at least look at the storyboard screens to understand the need to report. Then consider sending letters to the
media requesting they run these public service programs.
Brown Educational Program (KBEP)
Katie Brown, a 20-year-old woman from Barrington, Rhode Island,
was killed by the young man she had dated since high school. KBEP is dedicated to the recognition and prevention of relationship
violence through educational initiatives and provides alternatives to violence.
Volunteer San Diego is dedicated to meeting the volunteer needs of the San Diego is a center for volunteers and
donations. "Make Volunteering a Way of Life."
San Diego Domestic Violence Council coordinates the efforts of dozens of volunteer organizations.
Nicole Brown Charitable Foundation
Denise Brown, sister of Nicole Brown Simpson, has been involved in the fight against domestic
violence since 1994. The foundation is an educational resource for those interested in helping women and children who are
victims of violent crimes. Their current focus is the building of Nicoles House that will be a center for rehabilitating abused
women. Denise Brown is the recipient of the PeaceClinic Institute Peace Star Award
Flock Of Angels Foundation is a volunteer organization that trains
virtual 'Angel' volunteers and promotes many projects that benefit the survivors of domestic violence. Founding Director, James B. Harris, II, is the recipient of the PeaceClinic Institute Peace Star Award
2004. His Peace Star Award recognizes his consistant dedication to the cause of global peace and local response
to help victimsof all kinds of violence. James, a recording artist and designer, has been assisting the Nicole Brown Charitable
Foundation, especially with the annual Memorial Season that aims to increase awareness of the need to elimininate the
root causes of violence in our culture.
National Women's Studies Association supports and promotes feminist/womanist teaching, learning,
and professional and community service. Get the most up-to-date interdisciplinary, multi-cultural feminist scholarship linking
feminist theory with teaching and activism.
Women's Studies / Women's Issues Resource is listing of web sites containing resources and informationabout women's studies
/ women's issues.
Legacy Foundation is dedicated to honoring the memory of
Danielle van Dam. Three Fold Purpose: Awareness, Prevention and Protection related to Child Safety issues. They would
like to honor Danielle's memory by promoting volunteerism that will initiate positive changes that will put our children's
Volunteers, Inc. serves a growing number of seniors who were alone with no family or friends outside of their
living environment. Many of the residents outlived their relatives, children and friends, receiving no correspondence or cards
to brighten up their day. ‘Secret Pals’ believes that a little cheer from a simple card mailed
throughout the year, will make a difference. Become a Secret Pal today!
The Oceanside Police Department encourages you to call your local police department or counseling center if you or a loved one is involved in an abusive
relationship. To reach the Oceanside Police Department, call 760-435-4900.
Women's Resource Center
Oceanside, CA 760-757-3500
Casa De Amparo, Oceanside, CA
The House of Refuge
offers shelter, education, treatment and support to abused children and their families.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SHELTERS
Love and Peace from the PCI volunteers
who are dedicated to ridding the world of the plague of domestic violence.
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