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The Awareness Center ~ Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault – dedicated to addressing sexual violence in Jewish communities around the world, Skokie, IL.
Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse – the mission is to Support victims of domestic abuse to become empowered and obtain safe environments; Educate community professionals and others about domestic abuse and appropriate responses to it; and Prevent future generations from suffering domestic abuse by raising awareness, Rockville, MD. Read Blog.
Jewish Women International – is the leading Jewish organization empowering women and girls ~ through economic literacy; community training; healthy relationship education; and the proliferation of women's leadership. Our innovative programs, advocacy and philanthropic initiatives protect the fundamental rights of all girls and women to live in safe homes, thrive in healthy relationships, and realize the full potential of their personal strength, Washington, DC.
Jewish Women International Named a North American Jewish Organization with Greatest Impact on the Lives of Women and Girls, October 24, 2013.
JWI's National Alliance to End Domestic Abuse sponsors monthly webinars, led by the country's top experts on domestic violence.
National Council of Jewish Women – a volunteer organization that has been at the forefront of social change for over a century. Inspired by Jewish values, NCJW courageously takes a progressive stance on issues such as child welfare, women's rights, and reproductive freedom, New York, NY.
Pastoral Care for Domestic Violence: Case Studies for Clergy (for Jewish and Christian audiences), FaithTrust Institute – an important training DVD for Christian and Jewish clergy. This multifaith series of role plays demonstrates Catholic, Protestant and Jewish clergy effectively addressing common religious issues raised by victims, survivors and abusers in situations of domestic violence. This comprehensive training package is designed to be used for audiences who have an understanding of the religious aspects of domestic violence. Also ideal for use in theological education, Seattle, WA: 2007.