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Title Recommended For Cost
Abuse and Women with Disabilities
An Advocate's Guide To Full Faith and Credit For Orders of Protection
A Police Officer's Guide When In Conctact With People Who Have Mental Retardation
bell hooks: Cultural Criticism and Transformation $ 195.00
Beyond Killing Us Softly: The Strength To Resist DVD $ 300.00
Break The Silence On Domestic Violence Action Kit
Bullying In Schools
Community Change: How To Tell and Sell Your Story
Community Policing To Reduce and Prevent Violence Against Women: Training Curriculum and Resource Guide
Confronting Domestic Violence: Effective Police Response
Counting Our Victories: Popular Education and Organizing
Count To Ten Action Kit
Creating Access: Serving Survivors of Sexual Assault With Disabilities $15.00
The Deadly Connection: Facts on Domestic violence For Drug and Alcohol Counselors Chemical dependency and substance abuse counselors
Domestic Violence: A Handbook For Journalists $25 per book (includes shipping and handling)
Domestic Violence: A National Curriculum For Children's Protective Services
Domestic Violence and Women With Disabilities Free
Domestic Violence Arrests: Beyond The Obvious $ 50 per set
Domestic Violence In Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, and Bisexual Communities Health care workers, social service professionals, domestic violence advocates and batterers' treatment program staff
Domestic Violence: The Law Enforcement Response $420.00
Domestic Violence Toolkit Health care service providers and public health educators
Effective Interventinon In Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Cases: Guidelines For Policy and Practice First Copy is Free
Evaluation Guidebook For Projects Funded by S.T.O.P Formula Grants Under The Violence Against Women Act Domestic violence advocates working in partnership with law enforcement and criminal justice agencies that want to improve their effectiveness through an evaluation process
First Response To Victims Of Crime 2001 Law enforcement professionals who have first contact with victims of crime following a traumatic or violent incident
Flirting Or Hurting? Teachers of junior and senior high school students (Grades 6-12) who want to create a safe, respectful classroom environment and eliminate sexual harassment among students $ 19.95 plus $6 shipping and handling
Gender Violence, Gender Justice Teachers of junior and senior high school students (Grades 7-12) who want to incorporate sections on gender bias and healthy relationships in courses on literature, history, psychology and related academic fields $ 25 plus shipping and handling
Guidelines For Physicians On The Abuse Of Women With Disabilities Health care service providers, women with disabilities, domestic violence advocates Free
Health Resource Packets Health care professionals, domestic violence organizations, researchers and policy makers
Impact: Feature Issue On Violence Against Women With Developmental Or Other Disabilities Domestic violence and sexual assault programs, criminal justice system staff and disability community members Free
Including Women With Disabilities Domestic violence advocates and community organizers Free