Cybergirrls Safety-Net has information about what constitutes domestic violence, a domestic violence forum where visitors can post stories, a quiz, a booklist and links to sources of domestic violence information on the net including state by state resources.
Motivational Speaker, Pamela Jordan Lee’s site contains many resources for survivors of domestic violence. She works tirelessly to end domestic violence both as a speaker and a writer. She also owns a company that manufactures clothing items that spread the message of ending abuse and is a co-founder of Silent Tears, an organization for domestic violence survivors www.silenttears.org.
Feminist Activist Resources on the Net by Sarah Stapleton-Gray contains links to agencies and campaigns that attempt to end domestic violence, including the The Family Violence Prevention Fund, The American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence and the Clothesline
Project Domestic Violence Notepad, a project by women lawyers is a fantastic collection of over 100 links to everything from the story of how Tina Turner escaped the cycle of domestic violence to how spousal abuse affects children. This is a great site to bookmark.
The Open Directory has gathered many links relating to domestic violence including agencies, bibliographies, dating violence, legal issues, medical issues, state agencies, religion and domestic violence, statistics and personal stories.
The Tribal Court Clearinghouse has collected an extensive collection of articles and links on domestic violence. The Toolkit to End Violence Against Women developed by the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women is posted here.
The Department of Justice Violence Against Women Office provides advocacy and grants information.
Survivors Empowerment Zone provides facts on domestic violence, information on stalking, a bill of rights and information about how to stay safe.
Emotional and Verbal Abuse Resources
Growing Beyond Emotional Abuse: Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse contains a collection of articles, a book list and a link to newsgroups, discussion lists and websites that focus on recovery.
Symptoms of Emotional Abuse contains a list of symptoms, an explanation of the cycle of emotional abuse and a list of resources.
Emotional Abuse of Women by Male Partners: The Facts is a factsheet that presents solid information about the problem.
Author Patricia Evans’ site lists books, bulletin boards and healing resources for people who suffer from verbal abuse.
Verbal Abuse Information, Support and Resources features links to sites, articles and recommended books.
Verbal Abuse at iVillagecom contains a number of articles written by experts in the field.
Dr. Irene’s Verbal Abuse Site contains articles, stories, advice and resources. The site contains an amazing amount of information that is friendly and accessable.
This is a War contains a clear and concise definition of verbal abuse and a discussion of its impact.
Bully Online is a British site that contains articles and resources that focus on workplace and school bullying as well as in romantic relationships.
Workplace Bullying contains information from Andy Ellis, Ruskin College, Oxford, UK, for people who suffer from emotional and verbal violence at work.