Dating violence workshop
Women Against Abuse operates the hotline in partnership with Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Lutheran Settlement House and Women in Transition.
The Philadelphia Domestic Violence Hotline receives more than 9,500 calls each year from domestic violence victims, concerned family members and friends, and community members.
We also provide research, resources, and education around abuse and the elderly.
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe has approximately 33,212 tribal members, and 28,230 who reside in and round the Rosebud Reservation.Protection Orders, Full Faith and Credit, and Firearms The NCJFCJ provides focused training, technical assistance, and product development designed to advance the ability of courts, judges, and other professionals to respond to full faith and credit, firearms, and protection order issues; and enhance victim safety and offender accountability through effective protection order practice.Adolescent Partner Violence and Elder Abuse The NCJFCJ can assess the training needs of judges and other system stakeholders around identifying the legal, cultural, social service, and victim support issues affecting outcomes for adolescent victims of intimate partner violence.The NCJFCJ provided technical assistance related to the Greenbook Initiative, a federally funded project that saw child welfare workers, domestic violence advocates, and family court judges change their approach to domestic violence to better help battered women and their children achieve safety.
Custody, Parenting Time, & Supervised Visitation and Exchange The Resource Center also provides support and consultation around custody and parenting time decision-making and safe options for victims of domestic violence and their children.
The primary purpose of WBCWS has always been to offer safe shelter to victims of violent crimes on the Rosebud. was initially founded in 1977 as a non-profit organization, and in 1980 our organization became the first women's shelter on an Indian Reservation in the United States.