Every Minute...24 people, who you may know, are physically abused, raped or stalked
The Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence (GCASAFV) is a non-profit organization whose members are other community-based providers, government allies, and individuals who address sexual assault and family violence issue on Guam.
Victim Advocates Reaching Out (VARO) – 24/7 Hotline: 477-5552
VARO is a non-profit volunteer corporation that provides free and confidential services to victims and families of Domestic violence, Sexual assault, Abuse, Violent crime and traumatic events. > Read More
Guam Legal Services Corporation – Disability Law Center (GLSC-DLC) 477-9811/2
Guam Legal Services Corporation – Disability Law Center is a private non-profit that provides services to individuals with disabilities and to victims/survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and other crimes. > Read More
Healing Hearts Crisis Center is Guam’s only Rape Crisis Center and offers a holistic approach for individuals who may have experienced sexual assault or abuse regardless of when the assault or abuse occurred. > Read More
In this webinar, sujatha baliga will explore the possibilities of safe, effective, restorative justice alternatives to systems intervention for intimate partner and sexual violence. At its best, restorative justice is a community-based approach to accountability, safety, and healing. Rather than a punishment-oriented approach, restorative justice offers a solutions/healing set of questions in the wake of crime and harm: “Who was harmed? What are their needs? Whose obligation is it to meet
The High At-Risk Team (HART) program of Bristol County, MA is an innovative community effort to focus resources on the most dangerous and repeat domestic violence offenders in order to keep victims safe. Assistant District Attorney Courtney Cahill will describe how she launched the program in Bristol County and how the high-risk offender list was established.
This webinar reviews existing research on Batterer Intervention Programs (BIPs). I will discuss the methodological and definitional bases for contradictory results about the efficacy of BIPs. I will define meta-analyses and present their results. Various models and innovations will be described.