For more information and assistance please consult the following links and agencies:
Colorado Men Making a Difference (Facebook Page)
A Call to Men
A CALL TO MEN is a leading national men's organization addressing men's violence against women, and the eradication of sexism, while maintaining strong coalitions with women's organizations already doing this important work. We help to organize communities in order to raise awareness and get men involved in ending violence against women.
FaithTrust Institute is a national, multifaith, multicultural training and education organization with global reach working to end sexual and domestic violence.
Founding Fathers is an annual effort to recognize and celebrate men who are changing the world by the actively seeking an end to violence against women and children.
Coaching Boys into Men
The Family Violence Prevention Fund works to prevent violence within the home, and in the community, to help those whose lives are devastated by violence because everyone has the right to live free of violence.
Global Research Program on Mobilizing Men for Violence Prevention (MMVP)
This project seeks to develop and test early prevention strategies to engage new fathers and non-violent men in preventing violence against women and children. It is a collaborative project of Richard M. Tolman, a Professor in the University of Michigan's School of Social Work, and Jeffrey L. Edleson, a Professor in the University of Minnesota's School of Social Work and Director of the Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse.
The Nonviolence Alliance
The Non-Violence Alliance is a national leader in the field of batterer accountability and change. With roots in the domestic violence movement reaching back over twenty years, the Non-Violence Alliance provides expert consultation to private and governmental agencies on intervening effectively with batterers. These services include training, clinical supervision, program development, and conference presentations.
Men’s Network Against Domestic Violence
The Men’s Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) is a unique organization in the Seattle, Washington area working to fill the critical need for primary prevention, by: Increasing men’s involvement in preventing violence and unhealthy relationships, Increasing the availability of programs that engage and support men into effective action, Maintaining, improving, facilitating, and delivering prevention efforts through building a sustainable organization with the capacity to implement prevention strategies in the community, and Leveraging the influence of male leaders to engage and motivate men.
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) has released “Through Our Eyes: Children, Violence, and Trauma,” an online video series to address the needs of children exposed to violence and victimization. The series includes a public awareness video in which victims discuss the effects of the violence and trauma they experienced; and three topic-specific videos detailing evidence-based treatment, child advocacy strategies, and community-based approaches to help those affected.
The White Ribbon Campaign
WRC is the largest effort in the world of men working to end violence against women. In over fifty-five countries, campaigns are led by both men and women with an educational focus on men and boys.
Services for Male Victims of Domestic Violence (PDF File)
From the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center
COLORADO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES
Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence
1 (888) 778-7091
Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center (SAVA)
Serving all of Northern Colorado
NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESOURCES
National Teen Dating Abuse Hotline
1 (866) 331-9474
1 (866) 331-8453 TTY
Good Morning America Special Report
On April 3, 2009, Ruth Glenn, director of the Colorado Domestic Violence Program, was interviewed by ABC News regarding a new, controversial public service announcement. Actress Keira Knightly stars in the PSA, which strives to increase awareness and end domestic violence.