ResourcesHotlines, Books, Articles and Organizations
These resources offer additional information, support and encouragement to victims of domestic violence as well as their friends, families, communities as well as to professionals.
HOTLINES & WEB RESOURCES
- Connecticut, Interval House: 860-527-0550 or 1 888-774-2900
- National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, NCADV.org, 1-800-799.SAFE (7233) 1-800-787-3224 (TTY)
- Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network Hotline (RAIN): 1-800-656-4673
- National Parent Helpline 1-855-427-2736
- AbuseLawsuit.com (a resource for victims of sexual abuse)
Why Does He Do That?: Inside the Minds of Anger and Controlling Men, by Lundy Bancroft G.P Putnam’s Sons, 2002.
Should I Stay of Should I Go? A Guide to Knowing if Your Relationship Can — and Should Be Saved, by Lunda Bancroft and JAC Patrissi, Penguin Books, 2011.
When Dad Hurts Mom: Helping Your Children Heal the Wounds of Witnessing Abuse, by Lundy Bancroft, Berkley Books, 2005.
We Are the Work, The Making of Men Stopping Violence, by Dick Bathrick, Trafford Publishing, 2014.
Not to People Like Us: Hidden Abuse in Upscale Marriages, by Susan Weitzman, Ph.D., Basic Books, 2000.
Crazy Love: a Memoir, by Leslie Morgan Steiner, St. Martin’s Press, 2009.
Big Little Lies, by Liane Moriarty, Penguin Publishing Group, 2014
ARTICLES AND VIDEOS
America’s Mass Shooting Problem Is A Domestic Violence Problem, Huffington Post
Nicole Kidman’s 2017 Emmy acceptance speech for lead actress in a limited series/TV movie, “Big, Little, Lies“
Forbes, December 2013, Cost to Society of DV
Jason Katz, Violence Against Women — It’s a Men’s Issue