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Domestic Violence Resources for the LGBTQ Community

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Domestic Violence Resources for the LGBT Community

The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) strives to provide the most current and accurate technical assistance, information, and referrals on domestic violence and related issues. In addition to contacting them directly, you may also access their publications on the website of the National Electronic Network on Violence Against Women (VAWnet).

L.A.Gay and Lesbian Center
]1625 North Schrader Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: 323-860-5806
Email: domesticviolence@laglc.org

One of the most far-reaching elements of the wide range of services provided by the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center is the court-approved batterer treatment program for gay and lesbian abusers. The program employs an impressive 52-week curriculum, designed to address the abuse perpetrated by the batterer in treatment, as well as the societal violence and negative mainstream messages that have affected the LGBT community.

The Network/La Red
PO Box 6011
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-695-0877
Fax: 617-423-5651
Email: info@thenetworklared.org

The Network was formed to address domestic violence in lesbian and bisexual women’s communities in Boston. Since its beginning, has become a national resource and model for battered women’s programs, batterer’s intervention programs, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender organizations.

The Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse
PO Box 20398
Seattle, WA 98102
Phone: (206) 568.7777
TTY: (206) 517.9670
Email: info@nwnetwork.org

The Northwest Network acts to increase its communities' ability to support the self-determination and safety of bisexual, transgendered, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse through education, organizing and advocacy. Services include support groups, individual counseling, legal advocacy, shelter referrals, safety planning, basic needs assistance, community education and community organizing. While staff at the Network do not do direct intervention work with perpetrators of domestic violence, they may be able to connect you with individuals in their community who are doing that work.

The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP)
240 west 34th Street, Ste. 200
New York, NY 10001
Phone: 212-714-1184

NCAVP is a coalition of over 20 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender victim advocacy and documentation programs located throughout the United States. They may be able to direct you to a number of member programs who are working with batterers as well as survivors.

Kansas City Anti-Violence Project

Kansas City Anti-Violence Project
P.O. Box 411211
Kansas City, MO 64141-1211
Email: info@kcavp.org
The Kansas City Anti-Violence Project serves western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, and Iowa providing domestic violence, sexual assault, and bias crimes advocacy and education to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

Gay Men's Domestic Violence Project
he Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded by a GLBTQ survivor of domestic violence and developed through the strength, contributions and participation of the community.
Misson Statement: The Gay Men’s Domestic Violence Project supports victims and survivors through education, advocacy and direct services. Understanding that the serious public health issue of domestic violence is not gender specific. We have a safe home, direct services, educational training and much more.
24-Hour Hotline: 1-800-832-1901

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