End Abuse offers a number of resources to advocates and the public to learn more about domestic abuse and the work being done across Wisconsin to end domestic abuse and oppression.

Hover over the Resources tab at the top of the website to view additional resources!

View our latest release, the 2022 Wisconsin Domestic Violence Homicide Report, here.

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Annual Reports Coordinated Community Response Resources Education & Training Resources Homicide Prevention Resources Legal Services Resources Members-Only Resources Public Policy Advocacy Resources Population-Specific Resources

Coordinated Community Response Resources

View our quarterly CCR Bulletin, Transformative, and our CCR Toolkit on our Coordinated Community Response page.

Education & Training Resources

Several times each year, we release an educational journal examining pertinent topics to the anti-violence movement. Explore the Coalition Chronicles educational journal on our Education and Training page to learn more about a range of topics relevant to this work!

Homicide Prevention Resources

View our Domestic Violence Homicide Response Plan: A Toolkit for Domestic Violence Programs (Homicide Response Plan Toolkit, for short), and our Annual Homicide Reports on our Homicide Reports & Response page.

We also include the Homicide Response Plan Toolkit on our For Members page.

Legal Services Resources

Find resources about Family Law Issues Impacting Victims of Domestic Abuse – including our 2018 Family Law Report – on our Legal Services page.

Here, you can also access an Overview of State and Federal Laws Impacting Victims of Domestic Violence, information about Criminal Laws Related to Domestic Abuse and WI Restraining Orders, and our Introducing Evidence Video that provides general information about court proceedings.

Members-Only Resources

To access our New Advocate Manual, Legal Manual, Outreach Advocate Manual, as well as Osnuim database supportsample policies and templates and of-the-moment resources specific to anti-violence movement work, sign in using our For Members page.

Not a member? Learn more about coalition membership and apply on our Memberships & Renewals page.

Public Policy Advocacy Resources

View our Housing Research Project Report, our Voting Guide for Advocates & Survivors, and our latest Legislative Agenda on our Public Policy Advocacy page.

Population-Specific Resources

Find our Children & Youth Advocate Manual on our Engaging Youth page. This is a downloadable tool to increase the knowledge and skills for youth advocacy while building a relationship between advocates and their supervisor.

Explore multiple resources, including a video library and Increasing Access to Healing Services and Just Outcomes for Older African American Crime Survivors: A Toolkit for Enhancing Critical Knowledge and Informing Action within the Crime Victim Assistance Field from our 2020 initiative focusing on Enhancing Services and Supports for Older Survivors in Milwaukee, WI via the NCALL website.

About: In the fall of 2020, End Abuse and its initiatives, The Asha Project, Inc. and the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL), were awarded grant funding from the Office for Victims of Crime to address the service needs of older victims of abuse and financial exploitation in Milwaukee, WI.

With these funds, our agencies collectively aim to: build upon and improve services and supports for Milwaukee’s older African American adults, and provide resources for service providers and criminal justice stakeholders to help them grow their capacity to support and engage culturally-specific service providers who are working to restore safety and security to all older African American victims.

Other pages in this section

Domestic Violence 101
In Wisconsin and across the world, marginalized communities (including People of Color, immigrants, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people) experience disproportionately higher rates of violence, including domestic violence. Domestic violence can happen to anyone, but survivors and victims of marginalized...
Disability Justice
Disabled people are the world’s largest minority. The United Nations estimates that over a billion people live with some form of disability and they are disproportionately represented among the world’s poorest and at greater risk of suffering from violence, disaster,...
Transnational Marriage Abandonment
Transnational Marriage Abandonment (TMA) is defined as a type of abuse in which an abuser abandons the victim-spouse in that victim-spouse’s country of origin, without means to return to the United States. The abuser, who is usually a U.S. citizen...
DV & Reproductive Justice
"Survivors of domestic violence are directly impacted by access to reproductive justice: the right to maintain bodily autonomy, have or not have children, and parent children we have in safe and sustainable communities.* - SisterSong Women of Color Collective "Reproductive...

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