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Immediate Crisis Support

A-DASH does not provide direct emergency or crisis services. If you are in immediate need, call 911. Here are some people who can help you! All of these resources will connect you with a real person, and they will get you the help you need right now.

 

National Domestic Violence Hotline

Website

1.800.799.7233 

Online chat available 24/7

The Hotline

Path to Safety

Domestic Violence Shelter

Website

National Database

National Child Abuse Hotline

Website

1.800.422.4453  

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

Website

1.800.656.4673 

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline

Website

1.866.331.9474  

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Website

1.800.273.8255 

LGBT National Help Center

Website

1.888.843.4564 

National Human Trafficking Help Center

Website

1.888.373.7888 

Parents Hotline: 1.800.840-6537

National Youth Crisis Hotline: 1.800.442. HOPE (4673)

Veterans Crisis Line

Website

1.800.272.8255 

Hospice: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization:  1.800.658.8898

Loss of a child

Website 
Compassionate Friends 1.630.990.0010 

Loss of a Parent

Website
Judi’s House: 720.941.0331

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Articles & Studies

 

Sexual Harassment Training Doesn't Work. But Some Things Do.

New York Times

Confronting Sexual Harassment: Why Sexual Harassment Programs Backfire

Harvard Business Review

Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace

U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Commission

Self-Reported Proclivity to Harass as a Moderator of the Effectiveness of Sexual Harassment-Prevention Training

Sage Journals

Best Practices for Employers Avoiding Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

4Point Consulting

Sexual Harassment Policy and Complaint Investigation Procedure

Society for Human Resource Management

Anti-harassment Policy and Complaint Procedure (includes Dating/Consensual Relationship Policy Provision)

Society for Human Resources Management

Sexual Harassment Laws by State

Training ABC