Your Victories

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Every step forward is victory.

Explore the reference and resource materials below that help facilitate those victories.


Is your organization or agency responsible for evaluating technology tools to be recommended to high-risk clients? Are you tasked with interviewing tech companies?

Make sure you’re asking the right questions to make the right choice, one that protects you from potential liability risks and protects your client from safety, security, legal, and false hope dangers. Our free interview checklist (Evaluation Tool) walks you through step-by-step questions to ask, ensuring you understand the safety, security, legal, and evidentiary aspects of the technology. After you submit, you’ll receive an email with your interview information and scores to each section and an overall technology grade. Save these sheets to help you make the right decision.

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CONFERENCE: Lean In NJ (10/1/2020)
The Lean In NJ Conference goes beyond the media sound bites and statistics and lean into vital information for victims to better understand the legal process when they reach out for help, for organizations to make informed decisions when recommending technology solutions, for parents to know what casual conversations may be warning signs, for employers to know legal and safety concerns when employees are victims, what laws are working their way through the legislative process, and help attendees understand how they can get involved.

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LUNCH-N-LEARN SERIES: When Domestic Violence Impacts the Workplace  Season 1, Episode 1 (1/12/2021)

Domestic violence clearly impacts the motivation, productivity, and morale of employees, and as business owners and leaders, there are things you can, should, and must do to support your team. This 50-minute workshop covered the following:

  • What should employers think about how domestic violence (DV) affects their workplace?
  • What laws are implicated in DV scenarios?
  • How does HIPAA confidentiality factor in?
  • How do you address remote working employees in areas of threats and vulnerabilities?
  • How do you keep your workplace safe?

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LUNCH-N-LEARN SERIES: The Empathetic Workplace  Season 1, Episode 2 (2/9/2021)

Learn 5 steps that will help you gain the expertise to respond with calm and confidence to traumas at work, whenever and wherever they arise. This 50-minute workshop covered the following:

  • How should you react when an employee or co-worker shares their trauma experience with you?
  • What are the steps to take that will best support them?
  • What should you NOT say?
  • How can you set your company up for success to handle these situations?

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BOOK: The Empathetic Workplace: 5 Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job

This critical resource gives managers, HR, and anyone who may come into contact with someone in trauma—including workplace violence, harassment, assault, illness, addiction, fraud, bankruptcy, and more—the tools they need to be prepared for what lies ahead.

This book is crucial for every manager or HR representative who shouldn’t just prepare to one day be faced with a report of a traumatic experience at work but plan on it. This five-step method will help managers make survivors feel supported and understood. The Empathetic Workplace guides supervisors of any level through an understanding of how stories of trauma impact the brain of both the survivor and the listener, as well as the tools to handle the interaction appropriately, to help the listener, the organization, and most importantly, the survivor.

The easy-to-follow LASER method outlined in these pages includes the following elements that all managers should know and understand

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Hope Rising is a clarion call to apply the science of hope in daily life and overcome the trauma, adversity, and struggles everyone must face. Hope is the most predictive indicator of well-being in a person’s life in all the research done on trauma, illness, and resiliency. Based on nearly 2,000 published studies about hope, including their own research, Casey Gwinn and Chan Hellman call for rising hope to be the focus not only in personal lives, but in public policy in education, business, social services, and every other part of society. Hope is measurable. Hope is malleable. Hope changes lives.

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BOOK: You Think You Know, But You Don’t
Spiritual, emotional, and sexual abuse, including marital rape, is often hidden and even excused within Christian marriages.  We don’t talk about it, so victims are often left without a clue that it’s happening and what to call it.  Perpetrators use the Bible to spiritually control, trap, and confuse their partners with scripture, embedding an evil twist to manipulate and brainwash them.  The end result is a devastating life of domestic abuse. You may think you know what abuse looks like, but you may have no idea it’s right under your nose.  This is a story of how it happens, what it looks like, and how you can begin to overcome and take your power back.  This inspiring story will hopefully empower you to get out or help someone else get out.  Don’t let fear control you – because freedom lies on the other side of fear!

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This podcast series explores the world of Intimate Partner Violence, with curiosity, compassion, and innovation. Each episode highlights a human experience relating to the theme and authentic, no-holds-barred conversations with guest speakers.

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Only through awareness and education can we save our innocent children from the dating abuse epidemic. listen to interviews by domestic violence counselors, law enforcement professionals, parents of victims, actual survivors of abuse, and friends of our daughter, Kristin.

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  • Medium-heavy fabric (9.8 oz/yd² (279 g/m²))
  • Sewn-in label
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