Sexual Assault:

Arte Sana www.arte-sana.com

AEquitas: The Prosecutors’ Resource on Violence Against Women www.aequitasresource.org

American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence, Comprehensive Issue Spotting: A Tool for Civil Attorneys Representing Victims of Domestic and Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking (2008) available at http://www.abanet.org/domviol/pdfs/Issue_Spotting_FINAL.pdf

American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence, Standards of Practice for Lawyers Representing Victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking in Civil Protection Order Cases (2007) available at http://www.abanet.org/domviol/docs/StandardsCommentary.pdf

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, An OVC Online Guide: Strengthening Sexual Assault Victims’ Right to Privacy (April 2009) available at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/publications/infores/VictimsRightToPrivacy/...

D. Beloof, J. Mindlin, and L. Reeves, A Criminal Justice Guide: Legal Remedies for Adult Victims of Sexual Violence (2005) available at http://legacy.lclark.edu/org/ncvli/signin.html (Sign in and then access the library).

Jessica E. Mindlin, Esq. & Liani Jean Heh Reeves, Esq., Confidentiality and Sexual Violence Survivors: A Toolkit for State Coalitions (2005) available at www.lclark.edu/org/ncvli/objects/L&C77576confidentialitybook.pdf

Jessica E. Mindlin, Esq. & Liani Jean Heh Reeves, Esq., Rights and Remedies: Meeting the Civil Legal Needs of Sexual Assault Survivors (2005) available at http://legacy.lclark.edu/org/ncvli/signin.html (Sign in and then access the library).

National Sexual Violence Resource Center www.nsvrc.org

Southern Poverty Law Center, Representing Farmworker Women Who Have Been Sexually Harassed—A Best Practices Manual (2008). Call 1-800-591-3656 to order.

Victim Rights Law Center, Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (2008) available at http://www.victimrights.org/pdf-manual/beyondthecriminaljusticesystem.pdf

Education:

Handbook for Campus Crime Reporting, published by the Dept. of Education (2005).

Victim Rights Law Center, “The Education Rights of Adult Sexual Assault Survivors,” Chapter 9 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (2008) available at http://www.victimrights.org/pdf-manual/beyondthecriminaljusticesystem.pdf.

Employment:

Legal Momentum, State Law Guide: Employment Rights for Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence (April 2009 and updated online) available at http://www.legalmomentum.org/assets/pdfs/employment-rights.pdf.

National Employment Law Project www.nelp.org

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission www.eeoc.gov

U.S. Department of Labor www.dol.gov

Victim Rights Law Center, “Sexual Assault Victims’ Employment Rights,” Chapter 10 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (2008) available at http://www.victimrights.org/pdf-manual/beyondthecriminaljusticesystem.pdf.

Farmworkers:

Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs www.afop.org

Catholic Migrant Farmworker Network www.cmfn.org

Dolores Huerta Foundation www.doloreshuerta.org

Farm Labor Organizing Committee www.floc.com

Farmworker Justice www.fwjustice.org

Frente Indígena Oaxaqueño Binacional www.fiob.org

Líderes Campesinas www.liderescampesinas.org

National Farmworker Ministry www.nfwm.org

Rural Migration News http://migration.ucdavis.edu/rmn

United Farm Workers at www.ufw.org

U.S. Department of Labor, National Agricultural Workers Survey (1989-2006) available at www.doleta.gov/agworker/naws.cfm.

Health:

California Rural Legal Assistance’s Agricultural Worker Health Project at www.agworkerhealth.org

Health Outreach Partners at www.outreach-partners.org

Migrant Clinicians Network at http://migrantclinician.org with a directory of migrant health centers at http://www.migrantclinician.org/health_centers.html.

Migrant Health Promotion at www.migranthealth.org

National Center for Farmworker Health www.ncfh.org

Occupational Safety and Health Administration www.osha.gov

Victim Rights Law Center, “Understanding Victims’ Medical Needs: The Medical and Forensic Examinations” and “Victims’ Mental Health Issues: What They Are and Why They Matter to Providing Effective Victim Advocacy and Legal Representation,” Chapters 5 and 6 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (2008) available at http://www.victimrights.org/pdf-manual/beyondthecriminaljusticesystem.pdf.

Housing:

Legal Momentum, State Law Guide: Housing Protections for Victims of Domestic or Sexual Violence (May 2009 and updated online) available at http://www.legalmomentum.org/assets/pdfs/housing-1.pdf.

Victim Rights Law Center, “Housing Rights of Sexual Assault Victims,” Chapter 11 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (2008) available at http://www.victimrights.org/pdf-manual/beyondthecriminaljusticesystem.pdf.

Immigration:

See the following websites for manuals, webinars, conferences and technical assistance on the immigration relief presented in this guidebook. Note that ASISTA is an OVW-funded technical assistance provider:

ASISTA www.asistahelp.org

American Immigration Lawyer’s Association www.aila.org

Catholic Legal Immigration Network www.cliniclegal.org

Immigrant Legal Resource Center www.ilrc.org

Legal Momentum’s Immigrant Women Program www.legalmomentum.org/our-work/immigrant-women-program

National Network to End Violence Against Immigrant Women www.immigrantwomennetwork.org

Victim Rights Law Center, “Serving Non-Citizen Victims of Sexual Assault,” Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (A Practical Guide for Attorneys and Advocates) at www.victimrights.org.

International Association of Chiefs of Police, The Crime of Human Trafficking: A Guide to Identification and Investigation at http://www.theiacp.org/PublicationsGuides/ResearchCenter/Publications/ta...

Victim Rights Law Center, “Serving Non-Citizen Victims of Sexual Assault,” Chapter 8 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (A Practical Guide for Attorneys and Advocates) at www.victimrights.org.

Language Access:

The Interpretation Technical Assistance Resource Center at the Asian & Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence is an OVW-funded technical assistance provider.  www.apiahf.org/index.php/programs/domestic-violence/interpretation--language-access.html

Privacy:

Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, An OVC Online Guide: Strengthening Sexual Assault Victims’ Right to Privacy (April 2009) available at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/publications

Victim Rights Law Center, “Privacy: A Pre-eminent Concern for Sexual Assault Victims,” Chapter 3 of Beyond the Criminal Justice System: Using the Law to Help Restore the Lives of Sexual Assault Victims (A Practical Guide for Attorneys and Advocates) at www.victimrights.org.

Jessica E. Mindlin, Esq. & Liani Jean Heh Reeves, Esq., Confidentiality and Sexual Violence Survivors: A Toolkit for State Coalitions (2005) available at www.lclark.edu/org/ncvli/objects/L&C77576confidentialitybook.pdf