This page provides links to other websites of interest to those working in or researching family, whānau and sexual violence. If your organisation focuses on family violence and would like to be added to our Links page, please contact us.

Links are listed under the following headings:

New Zealand


Emergency Services, call 111

Worried about a child: 0508 FAMILY / 0508 326 459 (available 24/7)
- Oranga Tamariki - Ministry for Children, formerly Child, Youth and Family
Elder Abuse Response Service: 0800 EA NOT OK / 0800 32 668 65 (available 24/7)
Email or text 5032
Family Violence Information Line: 0800 456 450 (available 9.00am -11.00pm daily)
Lifeline: 0800 543 354 (within Auckland: 09 5222 999)
National Rape & Sexual Abuse Crisis Line: 0800 88 33 00
Need to talk? Free call or text 1737 anytime for support from a trained counsellor
Netsafe If you, or someone you know has been harmed online, free call 0508 638 723 or txt 4282 (available 8am-8pm, weekdays, 9am-5pm, weekends and public holidays). Go to the website for chat option or to submit an online harm form
Safe to talk - Kōrero mai, ka ora
24/7 Sexual harm helpline: 0800 044 334 or text 4334 
Shakti 24 hour crisis line with multi-lingual staff: 0800 SHAKTI / 0800 742 584
shine* Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0508 744 633 (7 days/week, 9am-11pm)
Women’s Refuge National Helpline - Crisisline: 0800 REFUGE / 0800 733 843
Victims Information for people affected by crime: 0800 650 654

For children and young people
What's Up | Āta Whakarongo - Be heard: 0800 WHAT'S UP / 0800 942 8787- counselling for children and youth aged between 5-19, daily 11am-11pm)
What's Up online chat service, daily, 11am-10:30pm
Youthline: 0800 376 633 (Free TXT 234)

For specific organisations, industries
Sexual Harm Support (SAPRA) | Tautoko Whaimuri i te Taitōkai (SAPRA) - practical information, resources, and support to all members of the New Zealand Defence Force (and their families, colleagues)
SoundCheck Aotearoa Sexual Harm Prevention and Response Advisor Service (SHAPRA) - a free and confidential service for people affected by sexual harm in Aotearoa’s music community.

Information hubs

Check it out - Concerned about how your partner or ex treats you? Find out about abusive behaviours and how to find support
Are You Ok for people experiencing family violence and their supporters. The website provides resources to better understand unsafe behaviours in your relationship and how to find support
In Your Hands for people using violence who are looking to change their behaviour, and the people supporting them to do so
Atu-Mai: Standing together against violence (Le Va) - a violence prevention programme that strengthens Pasifika communities by developing confident and resilient Pasifika young people. Atu-Mai equips Pasifika young people and their families with the right knowledge and tools to live violence-free.
Bright Sky App - provides safe, practical support and information for people concerned about family violence, or worried about the safety of themselves, or someone they care about.
Bullying Free New Zealand
Bullying prevention toolbox (Worksafe New Zealand) - advice for workers and workplaces
Change is Possible (MSD) - a space for men to Level Up
Common Ground - aims to provide parents, families, whānau and friends of young people access to information that will help them support young people to manage hard times, and enjoy positive mental health
Dear Em - information and resources for young women who have experienced sexual harm or want to help a friend or family member
DVFree - making the workplace domestic violence free
The Harbour - a web-portal for all community members affected by sexual abuse or offending, their families and whānau
Harmonised - this app provides a safe social media forum for taitamariki to get support from each other, their safe friends and whānau and allows communities to access information on how to support our taitamariki to have happy, safe and violence-free relationships
He Ara Mataora - tools to stop violence - a collaboration between Te Wānanga o Raukawa and Creative Interventions
Information for seniors (Te Tari Kaumātua | Office for Seniors) - gateway to information and services for seniors
Law Manual Online (Community Law) includes: Family law covering Dealing with Oranga Tamariki, Family violence and elder abuse and other topics - available online or purchase from the  Community Law bookshop
The Light Project - a pilot project that aims to help youth, their whānau, schools and wider communities to positively navigate the new porn landscape in Aotearoa
Mauri Oho - a kaupapa Māori website to educate and prevent mahi tūkino
Sexual harassment (Worksafe New Zealand) - advice for workers and workplaces
SPCA Targeted Interventions Portal - portal providing resources addressing the overlap of child abuse, family violence and animal cruelty
Sticks 'n Stones - young people taking the lead in promoting taking positive action online against cyberbullying
Tākai (formerly S.K.I.P) - parenting information for whānau supporters
Victims Infomation (Ministry of Justice) - Mā te hunga e pāngia ana e te koeretanga | For people affected by sexual violence
VOYCE Whakarongo Mai - voice of the young and care experienced 

Government departments, agencies and initiatives

Abuse in Care, Royal Commission of Inquiry
Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC)
Aroturuki Tamariki | Independent Children's Monitor
Campaign for Action on Family Violence (Family Violence It's Not OK)
Child and Youth Wellbeing (Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet)
Child, Youth and Family and Children's Action Plan,
Oranga Tamariki - Ministry for Children Children's Teams
Child Sex Offender (CSO) Register (New Zealand Police)
- About the register. There is no public access to information on the CSO register.
COVID-19 - Wellbeing, helplines and support on the official government COVID-19 website
E Tū Whānau! Te Mana Kaha o Te Whānau
Enabling Good Lives a new approach to supporting disabled people (Waikato & Christchurch)
Family Violence & Sexual Violence Work Programme - whole of government response to family violence and sexual violence
Family Violence Information Disclosure Scheme (New Zealand Police) - How potential victims of family violence, or concerned relatives or friends, can request information relating to the violence history of a new partner
Health & Disability Commissioner
Human Rights Commission | Te Kāhui Tika Tangata
Integrated Safety Response (ISR) (New Zealand Police)
Joint Venture for the Elimination of Family Violence and Sexual Violence -
Te Puna Aonui (from 1 July 2022)
Justice statistics - data and reports (Ministry of Justice)
Kaiārahi – Family Court Navigators - help whānau / families with information, guidance and support on their journey through the Family Court
Mates & Dates (ACC) - ending December 2022
Ministry for Women
Ministry of Education - Emergency management and traumatic incidents
Ministry of Health - Violence Intervention Programme
Ministry of Justice: Family - information about family issues: separation, care of children, domestic violence, Family Court etc
Ministry of Social Development
National Mortality Review (Health Quality and Safety Commission) includes the Family Violence Death Review and other mortality review workstreams
New Zealand Police
Office of the Children's Commissioner
Oranga Tamariki - Ministry for Children - Official name from 18 January 2018. Previously Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki, replacing Child, Youth and Family from 1 April 2017 - background information
Pasefika Proud
Preventing and responding to sexual violence (ACC)
Sexual Violence Primary Prevention - SVPP Toolkit (ACC)
Shaken Baby Prevention Project(on KidsHealth website)
Social Wellbeing Agency | Toi Hau Tangata(from 19 March 2020, formerly the Social Investment Agency)
Strengthening Families
Superu (Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit) - formerly Families Commission. Closed 31 July 2018. See The Hub for Superu publications
Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families (2005-2015)
Te Aka Whai Ora - Māori Health Authority - from 1 July 2022 - working in partnership with both Manatū Hauora | Ministry of Health and Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand to ensure the health system works well for Māori
Te Puna Aonui - The Joint Venture for the Elimination of Family Violence and Sexual Violence (from 1 July 2022) - the Joint Venture of government agencies that will deliver Te Aorerekura – the National Strategy to Eliminate Family Violence and Sexual Violence
Te Puni Kōkiri - Whānau Ora
Te Rito: New Zealand Family Violence Prevention Strategy
Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand - one government agency replacing the 20 District Health Boards from 1 July 2022. See also Te Aka Whai Ora - Māori Health Authority
Te Whatu Ora | Health Promotion formerly the Health Promotion Agency
Victims Information
Wellbeing@School (Ministry of Education) - self-review tools to explore how different layers of school life contribute to a safe and caring climate that deters bullying
Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People - from 1 July 2022
Worksafe New Zealand - guides and tools for understanding the Health and Safety at Work Act)


Research resources

Centre for Community Research and Evaluation - Pūtahi Rangahau Ngātahi (Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Auckland)
Centre for Interdisciplinary Trauma Research (AUT University)
Children's Issues Centre (University of Otago)
Community Research (The Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Research Centre)
Early Start Project
Health Research Council (HRC)
The Hub - social science government research related to education, health and wellbeing, crime and justice, families, children and young people (hosted by Superu)
Judge McElrea Restorative Justice Collection (hosted by Napier Libraries)
- the complete papers of New Zealand restorative justice advocate, educator and reformer Judge Fred McElrea (retired)
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga - Māori Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE), funded by the Tertiary Education Commission and hosted by the University of Auckland
Rangahau - dedicated to a discussion of issues related to Kaupapa Māori, to assist Māori researchers through the rangahau process
Te Awatea Violence Research Centre (University of Canterbury)
Whānau Ora Research
What Works (The Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Sector Research Centre)
What Works - Kaupapa Māori (The Tangata Whenua, Community & Voluntary Sector Research Centre)
Youth Pathways & Transitions (Massey University) - Resources and publications from two projects: The Pathways to Resilience Research Project and The Youth Transitions Research


Workforce development centres

Le Va - supporting Pasifika families and communities to unleash their full potential
Te Pou - improving the workforce performance of mental health, addiction and disability sectors in New Zealand
Te Rau Ora - promoting an integrated approach to Māori workforce development, providing training, education and capability-building solutions for the advancement of indigenous wellness
Toitū te Waiora - Community, Health, Education and Social Services Workforce Development Council
Whāraurau -  delivering workforce development initiatives for the Infant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health and/or Alcohol and Other Drugs (ICAMH/AOD) sector


NGOs (Non-government organisations)

More NGOs are listed as National service providers or Local networks and service providers below.

Action for Children & Youth Aotearoa Incorporated (ACYA) (now Children's Rights Alliance of Aotearoa New Zealand)
The Backbone Collective - a national collective for survivors of violence against women
BodySafe Tiaki Tinana (Rape Prevention Education) - working with young people to promote respectful relationships and prevent sexual violence
Brainwave Trust
Children's Rights Alliance of Aotearoa New Zealand (formerly Action for Children & Youth Aotearoa Incorporated (ACYA))
DVFREE - making the workplace domestic violence free (Shine)
E Tipu E Rea Whānau Services (previously Thrive) - providing whānau-based support, resources and assistance to mātua taiohi
EPOCH New Zealand - charitable trust formed in 1997 to advocate for law change for removal of the defence of "for the purpose of discipline" under s59 of the Crimes Act.
Every Child Counts | He Mana tō ia Tamaiti (website archived by National Library of NZ)
FASD-CAN (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder - Care Action Network)
Gender Minorities Aotearoa a national transgender organisation
The Glenn Inquiry (website archived by National Library of NZ)
Hohou Te Rongo Kahukura – Outing Violence
Imagining the Solution (Facebook)
Korowai Tumanako
Mana Ririki Trust - Violence-free whānau 
Māori Women's Welfare League - Te Rōpū Wāhine Māori Toko i te Ora
MEDSAC: Medical Sexual Assault Clinicians Aotearoa (previously DSAC)
Mental Health Foundation
National Council of Women
National Network of Family Violence Services - Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga
Netsafe - promotes confident, safe and responsible use of online technologies
New Zealand Hague Collective - supports people who are displaced by the Hague Convention and raises awareness about the Hague Convention and the way that it is misused by perpetrators of family and sexual violence
New Zealand Law Society
Pasifika Futures – Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency
Perinatal Mental Health NZ Trust 
Rainbow Violence Prevention Network
RespectEd Aotearoa
Roundtable on Violence Against Women
Sophie Elliott Foundation (website archived by National Library of NZ)
SpeakOutLoud about psychological abuse
Te Kupenga Whakaoti Mahi Patunga - National Network of Family Violence Services
Te Ngākau Kahukura works to make communities, environments and systems more safe and inclusive for rainbow people across Aotearoa
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu - Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency (Te Waipounamu South Island)
TOAH-NNEST - Te Ohaakii a Hine - National Network Ending Sexual Violence Together 
Tū Mai Awa (Facebook) - community-based project seeking to improve responses to violence
Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency
(Te Ika a Māui | North Island)
White Ribbon campaign
Who are you? Toolkit- designed to educate young people about the prevention of sexual violence and ethical sexual decision making
Women's Health Action


National service providers

There are a variety of organisations providing services and support to individuals, families, whānau and/or communities throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. These links highlight national service providers of family, whānau and sexual violence services with active websites or Facebook pages.

To find services in your area check for locations listed on these websites, see Local networks and service providers below, or search the Family Services Directory.

Pasefika Proud provides an online Pacific services directory.

Age Concern
Big Buddy Foundation
Child Matters - educating to prevent child abuse
Community Law Centres
Empowerment Trust - NZ Centre of Kidpower Teenpower Fullpower International
Family Works
Fatimah Foundation (Facebook)
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
Male Survivors Aotearoa
Open Home Foundation
The Parenting Place formerly Parents Inc
Parents Centre Aotearoa
PeopleFirst - Keeping Safe, Feeling Safe Project
The Personal Advocacy and Safeguarding Trust provides a range of safeguarding services and supports for Adults with care and support needs
Plunket | Whānau āwhina
Rape Crisis - National Collective of Rape Crisis and Related Groups Aotearoa
Rape Prevention Education
SAFE Network
Sexual Wellbeing Aotearoa (formerly Family Planning)
Shakti International - New Zealand
Shakti Youth (Facebook)
Shama Ethnic Women's Trust - National Response to Sexual Harm
shine* (Safer Homes In New Zealand Everyday)
Stand Tū Māia - Stand for Children Service
Victim Support | Manaaki Tangata
Women's Refuge - National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges Inc
Women's Self Defence Network - Wahine Toa
Yellow Brick Road - Te Wahapūahoaho, Supporting whānau towards mental wellbeing
Youth Law


Local networks and service providers

This list highlights place based organisations with active websites or Facebook pages. Please refer to the Family Violence Networks page for a full list of Family Violence Networks in New Zealand. Search the Family Services Directory for a comprehensive listing of local community organisations and service providers.

Find your local refuge on Women's Refuge website.

Find support - If you've experienced sexual abuse or assault, use this online search tool to see the organisations that have therapists who can support you.

Public register of family violence safety and non-violence programme providers can be found on the Ministry of Justice website (follow the link then scroll down page for the regularly updated listing - PDF file). The register lists organisations providing Men's Non-violence programmes, Women's Non-violence programmes, Men's Safety programmes, Women's Safety programmes and Children's Safety programmes.

Pasefika Proud provides an online Pacific services directory.

Northland | Te Tai Tokerau
Male Survivors Te Tai Tokerau
SOS Kaipara
Whare Timatatanga Hou Ora | Kaitaia Women's Refuge

Auckland | Tāmaki Makaurau
Abuse Prevention Services - Rodney & Hibiscus Coast
Anglican Trust for Women and Children
Auckland Women's Centre | Te Wāhi Wāhine o Tāmaki Makaurau
Better Blokes - peer support for male survivors of sexual abuse
ChangeWorks - West Auckland
Coalition for the Safety of Women and Children
Eastern Refuge Society - East Auckland
Family Action - West Auckland
Gandhi Nivas - working with men to change behaviour
HEART Movement - healthy relatiohips in Tāmaki (East Auckland)
HELP - preventing sexual abuse, supporting survivors
Inner City Women's Group
Korowai Tumanako - kaupapa Māori service designed to support iwi, hapū and whānau who have been affected by sexual violence
Living Without Violence (Waiheke Network) Inc - Waiheke Island
Man Alive - West Auckland
North Shore Family Violence Prevention Network
Paerangi - Awhina ā Whānau - services for whānau
Roopa Aur Aap Charitable Trust - South Asian Community
SafeMan SafeFamily
Shanti Niwas Charitable Trust - working with socially isolated senior citizens of Indian and South Asian origin living in the Auckland region. Services include KNUSHI - Elder Abuse and Neglect Prevention Service
Te Tai-Awa o te Ora Trust - Ōtara, South Auckland
Te Whare Aio - Māori Women's Refuge (Facebook)
Te Whare Ruruhau o Meri Trust
Tū Wāhine Trust (Facebook) - West Auckland
WAVES Trust - Waitakere Anti Violence Essential Services- West Auckland

Waikato / Bay of Plenty / Central North Island
CAPS Hauraki - Thames, Coromandel, Hauraki District
Diversity Counselling - Hamilton
Male Support Services Waikato - Awhina Tane - Waikato
Maniapota Family Violence Intervention Network (Facebook)- Maniapoto area, Te Kuiti
Midlands Sexual Assault Support Service - Hamilton
Parentline - Hamilton
Sexual Abuse Education - Rotorua
Shama Ethnic Women's Trust - Supporting Ethnic Women
Tautoko Mai | Sexual Harm Support  - Bay of Plenty/Waikato
TMAPS - Tauranga Moana Abuse Prevention Strategy (Facebook)
Tauranga Living Without Violence
Tauranga Women's Refuge & Support Services 
Te Whāriki Manawāhine O Hauraki | Hauraki Women's Refuge - Thames
Violence Free Waipa
Waikato Women's Refuge | Te Whakaruruhau

Male Survivors Taranaki | Ngā Tāne Mōrehu o Taranaki
Taranaki Safer Families Trust
Taranaki Women's Refuge
Tu Tama Wahine o Taranaki 

Gisborne | Tairāwhiti / Hawke's Bay
DOVE Hawkes Bay
Family VIP Services
Male Survivors Hawke's Bay | Ngā Tāne Mōrehu o te Matau-a-Māui
- in partnership with DOVE Hawkes Bay
Tauawhi Tairawhiti Men's Centre - Gisborne
Te Hōkai, Male Survivors Tairāwhiti

Manawatu / Horowhenua / Wairarapa
ChangeAbility Counselling & Family Violence Services
HALT: Horowhenua Abuse Liaison Team
MAIN - Manawatu Abuse Intervention Network (Facebook)
Palmerston North Women's Refuge
Te Manawa Services - Feilding & Palmerston North

Kapiti Living Without Violence
Kapiti Women's Centre
NET, formerly Nāku Ēnei Tamariki (Pacific & Pākēhā section) delivers Early Intervention and home visiting service
Porirua Whānau Centre
RespectEd Aotearoa
The Road Forward - Te Ara Whai Ora o Te Tangata Ki Mua - empowering survivors of sexual harm in the Wellington region
Tākiri Mai te Ata Whānau Ora Collective including Kōkiri Marae Women's Refuge, Nāku Ēnei Tamariki (Māori) Section and Mana Wāhine
Te Rito Wellington Family Violence Network
Violence Free Hutt Valley Network - Āhuru Mōwai O Te Awakairangi (Facebook)
Wellington HELP
Wellington Women's Refuge

South Island
Aviva - live free from violence - Canterbury
The Canterbury Men's Centre
Dunedin Collaboration Against Family Violence (Facebook)
Homebuilders West Coast Trust | Te Whanau Kahu O Te Tai Poutini
The Male Room - Nelson | Whakatū
Male Survivors Otago
Marlborough Violence Intervention Project
Nelson Women's Centre | Te Whare Āwina mō ngā Wāhine Puawai
Ngā Whānau Tūkino Kore | Safe Families Network (Safer Mid Canterbury | Hakatera Haumaru)
Ōtepoti Communities Against Sexual Abuse (ŌCASA​)​ - Dunedin
RISE (formerly Living Without Violence) - Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough, Kaikoura, and the West Coast
Safe Families Motueka
Safeguarding Children - Nelson/Marlborough/Tasman
Sexual Abuse Support and Healing (SASH) - Nelson, Motueka and Blenheim
Southland Help - Rape and Abuse Support Centre
START | Timataia te mahu-oranga - start healing, stop abuse - Christchurch
STOP - provides community-based assessment and intervention services for adolescents and adults who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour and for children with concerning sexual behaviours. Services are based in Christchurch, Nelson, Dunedin and Invercargill
Stopping Violence Dunedin
Stopping Violence Services - Christchurch
Te Puna Oranga - Kaupapa Maori Service, working with whanau affected by sexual violence and trauma in Canterbury (Facebook)
Te Whare Tāwharau (University of Otago) - sexual violence support and prevention centre
West Coast Women's Refuge (Facebook)




16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign
End Violence Against Children
enGender Impact: A gateway to gender-related impact evaluations (World Bank)
Gender-based violence (GBV) (Eldis)
Girls Not Brides
Global Knowledge Platform to End Violence Against Women (UN Women) includes:
- Global Database on Violence Against Women Government initiatives
- Inventory of United Nations Initiatives to End Violence Against Women
Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence Against Women and Girls
International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse
MenEngage Global Alliance
Prevention Collaborative Knowledge Hub
Sexual Violence Research Initiative
UN OHCHR Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)
UN OHCHR Comittee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
UN OHCHR Committee on the Rights of the Child
UN OHCHR Special Rapporteur on violence against women and girls, its causes and consequences
UN OHCHR Working Group on discrimination against women and girls
UN Women
WHO - Violence Against Women
WHO - Violence prevention
WHO - Violence Prevention Information System (Violence Info)



ANROWS - Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety
Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse - replaced by ANROWS (above)
Australian Institute of Criminology
Australian Institute of Family Studies includes CFCA
Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA)
Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare Inc.
Champions of Change Coalition
Directory of Family and Domestic Violence Statistics (Australian Bureau of Statistics)
Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria (DVRCV) now part of Safe and Equal
Elder Abuse Prevention Unit
Family violence Reform (State Government of Victoria)
Gender Equality - includes preventing violence against women (VicHealth)
Gendered Violence Research Network (UNSW)
The Line (Our Watch) - for young people - what's ok and what's not when it comes to sex, dating and relationshps
MAEVe - Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence against women and their children (University of Melbourne)
Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre (Monash University)
National Community Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey (NCAS)
National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health - Emerging Minds
No Excuse for Abuse (Our Watch campaign)
No To Violence | Male Family Violence Prevention Association
Office for Women (Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet)
Our Watch End Violence Against Women and Their Children
Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research
Respect Victoria
Royal Commission into Family Violence (Victoria)
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
Safe and Equal - DV Vic and DVRCV merged to form Victoria’s peak body for family and gender-based violence in 2021
Safer Families Centre of Research Exellence (University of Melbourne)
Women with Disabilities Victoria
XY Online - Men, masculinities and gender politics



Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System
Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children (CREVAWC), Western University (London, Ontario)
dv@worknet (CREVAWC, University of Western Ontario)
Learning Network at CREVAWC
Stop Family Violence (Canada's Family Violence Initiative)
The Healing Journey (Family Violence Prevention in Aboriginal Communities)



Gender-based violence ( European Commission)
Gender equality (European Commission)
European Network for the Work with Perpetrators of Domestic Violence (WWP-EN)
Women Against Violence Europe



kNOwVAWdata - a projcet measuring prevalence of violence against women in countries and territories in the  Asia-Pacific region
Fiji Women's Crisis Centre
Solomon Islands Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs
TrackGBV dashboard - Exploring gender bias in judicial decisions (ICAAD) - data currently available for Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Samoa
Women & Children Crisis Center Tonga (on Facebook)


United Kingdom

Action on Elder Abuse
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)
Ending violence against women and girls in the UK (Home Office)
Gender Violence and Health Centre (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)
Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
Learning Initiative on Norms, Exploitation and Abuse (LINEA) (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)
National Gender-based Violence and Health Programme (NHS Scotland)
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Research in Practice
Respect - Men & women working together to end domestic violence
SafeLives: a national charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse Previously known as CAADA - Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse
The HideOut (for children and young people)
Violence Prevention Evidence Base and Resources
Women's Aid


United States

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study (CDC)
Aging In Place (National Council for Aging Care) - Guide to recognizing elder abuse
Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based Violence
Barrier Free Living - provides services and support for survivors of domestic violence with disabilities
Battered Women's Justice Project - national resource center on civil and criminal justice responses to intimate partner violence
California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare
CDC Injury Prevention & Control: Division of Violence Prevention
Center of Excellence on Elder Abuse & Neglect
Center on the Developing Child (Harvard University)
Child Trauma Academy
Child Welfare Information Gateway
- formerly National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information
Childhood Violent Trauma Center (CVTC)
Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs - Home of the Duluth Model
Domestic Violence Evidence Project
End Abuse of People with Disabilities
Essentials for Parenting Toddlers and Preschoolers CDC
Futures Without Violence 
IPV Health
Men Stopping Violence
Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP)
Minesota Center Against Violence and Abuse
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence
National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health
National Center on Elder Abuse
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect
National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) (CDC)
National LGBTQ Institute on IPV
National Network to End Domestic Violence
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and Firearms
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
The Nursing Network on Violence Against Women, International (NNVAWI)
Office on Violence Against Women (Department of Justice)
Prevent IPV: Tools for Social Change
PreventConnect (California Coalition Against Sexual Assault - CALCASA)
Prevention Institute
Sex Offender Management Assessment and Planning Initiative (SOMAPI) (Office of Justice Programs)
Ujima: National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community
USC Center on Elder Justice - National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women
VERA Institute of Justice
VetoViolence - Violence Education Tools Online (CDC)
Workplaces Respond to Domestic & Sexual Violence - A National Resource Center


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