These resources were compiled by Angela Lee, Librarian, School of Social Work Library. UW Contacts            Community Resources            Books Videos             Help Guides            

UW Contacts

Harborview Center for Sexual Assault & Traumatic Stress 206-744-1600 Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Information Service (SARIS) 206-685-HELP (4375) UW CareLink:  Employee listening service 1-866-598-3978 UW Counseling Center: Student counseling services 206-543-1240 UW Hall Health's Mental Health Clinic 206-543-5030 UW Women's Center  206-685-1090 UW Workplace Violence Policy Workplace Violence Supervisor's Checklist

Community Resources

Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services (ADWAS) 206-726-0093 (TTY) Asian & Pacific Islander (API) Women & Family Safety Center 206-467-9976 Chaya:  Serving South Asian and Middle Eastern women 206-325-0325; 1-877-92-CHAYA Consejo:  Serving Latino women 206-461-4880 Crisis Clinic: 24-Hour Crisis Line 206-461-3222 DAWN: Domestic Abuse Women's Network 425-656-7867 Eastside Domestic Violence Program 800-827-8840; 425-746-1940  Family Services: Community Violence Prevention Services Jewish Family Services: Project Dvora 206-461-3240 King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence 206-568-5454   Men's Domestic Abuse Check-Up 1-800-MEN-1089 Men's Network Against Domestic Violence National Center for Victims of Crime - Stalking Resource Center National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence National Coalition Against Domestic Violence National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224 New Beginnings: Ending Domestic Violence 206-522-9472 NW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian & Gay Survivors of Abuse 206-568-7777  ReWA: Refugee Women's Alliance 206-721-3846 Seattle Counseling Service: Serving the LGBT Communities Seattle Indian Health Board 206-324-8590 x2806 United Indians of All Tribes Foundation 206-829-2205 YWCA East Cherry African American Family Network 206-568-7843; 425-226-1266  Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence 24-Hour Statewide Hotline 1-800-562-6025 WA Violence Against Women Network


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The abused woman:  A survivor therapy approach (1994)  SW media HQ809.3.U5 W34 Black on black violence (1988)  Odegaard media Videorecord FFH 1932  Breaking the cycle of domestic violence (2000)  Odegaard media Videorecord FP 017 Breaking the rule of thumb (1997)  Odegaard media Videorecord WMM 068   Broken vows: Religious perspectives on domestic violence (1994)  Odegaard media Videcord CPSDV 001 Broken wings (1994)  Odegaard media Videorecord TAC-698 Defending our lives (1999)  Tacoma media Videorecord TAC-1530 Domestic violence (1998)  Tacoma media TAC-1466 Domestic violence (2001)  Odegaard media Videorecord BOT-2347 Families, trauma & stress (1992)  Tacoma media Videorecord TAC-383  Family violence: Breaking the chain (1993)  Bothell media Videorecord BOT-1278 Hidden victims: Children of domestic violence (1999)  Tacoma media Videorecord TAC-1713  In need of special attention (1981)  Odegaard media Videorecord MTI 045 Need a little shelter (1983)  Odegaard media Videorecord OKSU 001  No place like home (1993)  Tacoma media Videorecord TAC-1179 No safe place: Violence against women (1996)  Tacoma media Videorecord TAC-1712 Secret wounds: Working with child observers of family violence (1992)  Odegaard media Videorecord TAC-1659  Understanding childhood trauma (2002)  Tacoma media DVD TAC-508  Violence on the Job (2004) Transcript

Help Guides

How is your relationship? (National Domestic Violence Hotline) Domestic Violence & Abuse: Types, Signs, etc. ( Safety Planning (Women's Law Initiative) Domestic Violence Protection Order Site (Seattle-King County) Get Help Series (National Center for Victims of Crime) Domestic & Dating Violence: An Information & Resource Handbook (PDF)