Resources for Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence
The resources in this article are for informational purposes only; individuals should consult with a licensed health care provider before taking action.
People who are experiencing domestic violence and members of their support system can use this list to find information about seeking professional help, finding housing, legal assistance, and free or low-cost resources.
Webinar on COVID-19 and Shared Living Spaces, Family & Youth Services Bureau: recorded presentation of ideas for maintaining safety and health for survivors of domestic violence seeking shelter in temporary or long-term shared living spaces.
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: collaborates with national organizations to support policies that serve and protect victims and survivors of domestic violence, and creates campaigns to bring awareness to the cause.
Break the Cycle: provides youth leadership opportunities, policy advocacy, and community education about teen dating violence.
Jewish Women International: provides violence prevention programming, financial literacy, economic security and interfaith community building for Jewish women.
Community United Against Violence: supports healing and leadership of people in the LGBTQ community who have been affected by violence and works with broader communities to replace cycles of trauma with cycles of safety.
Resources for Survivors and Advocates, Asista: landing page of links to legal resources for immigrants from an organization that supports frontline advocates and attorneys who provide legal assistance to immigrant survivors.
Can Virtual Support Help You Heal? Domestic Shelters: comparison of different types of virtual counseling and support sessions, including where to find virtual counselors and how to safely access them online.
Psychologist Locator, American Psychological Association: database for finding a psychologist by location.
Transitional Housing Toolkit, National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV): list of resources about housing, financial stability, technology and confidentiality for organizations providing support to survivors.