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Advocate FAQ

On this page, you will find answers to many of the frequently asked questions about our website.

What if I don't have a login or my login doesn't work?

Contact the director or admin of your organization. Note: Your login to the old website will not work.

 

Due to the changing landscape of who should have logins and who shouldn't, the power to create and remove them has been placed in the hands of organizations. This helps ensure that program staff are accurately maintained, and that logins aren't mistakenly granted to someone impersonating an advocate. Directors may also designate one or more staff members as administrators who can handle adding or removing logins for their organization. This infographic provides useful information for individuals that manage logins.

I am a director, and I don't have a login!

Contact Patrick at webhelp@endabusewi.org

Our organization has a job opening we'd like to post on your website. How can we do that?

After logging in, if you are a director or admin, you will see a tab for job postings. Fill out all of the desired information, click submit, and once we approve the posting, it will be visible from our website on our job listings page.

What is the password for [legal manual/page]?

All of the passwords we use for resources that are accessible to advocates are listed under publications using your login. They are at the top under "Site Page Passwords".

Other questions?

Please fill out our contact form located here.

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