Non-Legal Domestic Violence Resources
Break the Cycle
“Break the Cycle inspires and supports young people 12 – 24 to build healthy relationships and create a culture without abuse.”
Deaf and Hearing Loss Domestic Violence Survivors
DeafLEAD is a “Crisis videophone hotline for the Deaf community. Crisis line advocates fluent in sign language are trained to provide immediate emotional support.”
FreeFrom’s Compensation Tool for Survivors
Survivors of domestic violence are eligible for financial compensation for the harm they have suffered. This tool is designed to help you understand your options and how to pursue them. Take the quiz to assess what matters most to you and build awareness about your compensation options.
Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors
Directory of service providers with experience helping immigrant victims of domestic abuse.
A resource by Futures without Violence and the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies on how to help protect asylum for immigrant survivors of domestic abuse.
Latino Domestic Violence Survivors
“Encuentro Latino is an online clearinghouse for research, training materials, handouts, and other resources on domestic violence in Latin America and in Latino/Hispanic immigrant communities in the U.S.”
Map of Free Services for CA Domestic Violence Survivors
This map of DV organizations in California from the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence is a useful tool for finding service providers in your community. Listings contain hotline numbers and websites (where available).
Tribal Resource Tool
“American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) have the highest crime victimization rates in the nation but often have difficulty connecting with the services that exist to help them recover from crime and abuse.” The web-based Tribal Resource Tool was created to provide a listing of all services available to American Indian and Alaska Native survivors and to help identify gaps in services.
Without My Consent
“Without My Consent is a non-profit organization seeking to combat online invasions of privacy.” WMC provides free resources online.