Resources & Toolkits

Resources & Toolkits

Coaching Boys Into Men.  This toolkit includes information for many different components of the Coaching Boys Into Men program.  [Posted 9/2016]

Culture Handbook. The handbook is designed for advocates and professionals who work with victims of domestic and sexual violence. It provides basic information about culture and the impacts of culture. Produced by the Family Violence Prevention Fund. [Posted 9/2010]

Intimate Partner Sexual Violence. Sexual Assault in the Context of Domestic Violence. Second Edition. A Publication of Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs. 2009. [Posted 12/2010]

NetSmartz Workshop.  This site provides interactive education tools and resources about internet safety.

Runaway & Homeless Youth and Relationship Violence Toolkit. Guidance and Materials for Practitioners. The Toolkit was developed by and for advocates in the runaway and homeless youth and domestic and sexual assault fields. [Posted 03/2010]

Technical Package for Violence Prevention: Using Evidence-based Strategies in Your Violence Prevention Efforts. [Posted 7/2016]

The Power and Control Wheel. (PDF). 

Power and Control Wheel for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Relationships. Developed by Roe & Jagodinsky. (PDF). 

Strengthening Military-Civilian Community Partnerships to Respond to Sexual Assault.  This training course is designed for community-based sexual assault programs that want to work with local military installations to better serve military sexual assault victims. Resources and presentation training modules are available for download.  Developed by PCAR. [Posted 3/2011] 

STRYVE.  This resource was developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to help you customize your youth violence prevention work and track your efforts.  [Posted 9/2016]

Teen Dating Violence Toolkit.   The toolkit is a 23-page document that highlights resources and activities young people can use to spread awareness and start conversations around teen dating violence in their schools and communities.  [Posted 9/2016]

Tips for Understanding Rape Statistics.  This document describes some of the factors of why rape statistics often differ among reports and research articles. [Posted 3/2010]
      
Understanding National Rape Statistics (September 2009).  This publication is from the National Online Resource Center on Violence Aganist Women, Applied Research Forum. [Posted 9/2009]