Featured ANDVSA Resource: Real Tools Manual
Real Tools: Responding to Multi-Abuse Trauma A Tool Kit to Help Advocates and Community Partners Better Serve People With Multiple Issues
The “Real Tools” products provide a support group manual and training tools for advocates and other professionals working with women who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, substance abuse and other trauma. To learn more about Real Tools and access a printable version, please click here. Real Tools: Getting Safe and Sober (also known as Real Tools 2) To view the Spanish version, please click here.
On-Line Resource Bank
Our on-line resource bank (coming soon!) is a collection of websites, forms, and publications that are searchable and open to the public.
ANDVSA, our member programs, and other community partners have created public service announcements and have hosted web conferences on various topics related to violence awareness and prevention. For more information, please check out our media page.
Basecamp (LINK) is our online intranet with resources for ANDVSA member and affiliate program advocates. It requires a log in username and password. Basecamp also provides a secure way for advocates to network and communicate with one another. If you are an advocate of a member and/or affiliate program and you would like access to basecamp, please contact Electra at email@example.com.
ANDVSA Webinar recordings
These recordings are for ANDVSA member and affiliate program staff. For the link to a specific recording and its materials, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or log in to Basecamp (coming soon).
Previous recorded webinars include:
- How to Work with People with Disabilities (Presented by Christine King, UAA Center for Human Development and Barbara Dick, Adult Protective Services)
- Working with Tribal Courts (Presented by Kevin Illingworth, UAF Associate Professor of Alaska Tribal Management, and David Voluck, Magistrate/Judge Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska)
- Working with OCS (Presented by Ginny Moring and Sara Childress, Office of Children’s Services)
- Confidentiality for DV/SA Advocates (Presented by Christine Pate, ANDVSA Legal Advocacy Project Director)
- How to get Youth Involved in Ending Dating Violence (Presented by Love Is Respect)
- Digital Dangers and Links to Safety (Presented by the National Domestic Violence Hotline)
- Victims’ Rights in Criminal Cases (Presented by Taylor Winston, Director of Office of Victims’ Rights)