External Resources

NASH works closely with allied community organizations to increase the impact of our work. Learn more about our community below.

 

Domestic Violence and Safe Housing Consortium

Safe Housing Partnerships logoSafe Housing Partnerships is the website for the Domestic Violence and Housing Technical Assistance Consortium, where you’ll find useful resources and tools that advance your work at the critical intersection of domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness, and housing.

 

Consortium Partners

Collaborative Solutions, Inc. (CSI) offers technical assistance, organizational capacity development, leadership development, community organization, local and statewide advocacy for special needs populations, and research and evaluation services to communities and organizations. CSI focuses on a variety of special needs issues, including HIV/AIDS, homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, domestic violence, employment, and housing.

National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), is dedicated to creating a social, political and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. With specific regard to housing, NNEDV works with national and federal agency partners to increase awareness about the dynamics of domestic violence and victim’s housing needs, and to improve access for victims and systems’ responses. Additionally, NNEDV closely monitors and affects legislative initiatives and federal housing policies that impact victims of domestic violence.

National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) is a trusted national leader, renowned for innovation, multi-disciplinary approaches and a commitment to ensuring that policy, practice and research is grounded in and guided by the voices and experiences of domestic violence survivors and advocates. Through its many key initiatives, NRCDV works collaboratively to improve community response to domestic violence and, ultimately, prevent its occurrence.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) is the leading nonprofit in providing information and tools to prevent and respond to sexual violence. NSVRC translates research and trends into best practices that help individuals, communities and service providers achieve real and lasting change. The center also works with the media to promote informed reporting. 

Project Partners

Casa de Esperanza is a leader in the domestic violence movement and a national resource center for organizations working with Latin@s in the United States. 

D.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence (DCCADV) is the federally-recognized statewide coalition of domestic violence programs, organizations and individuals organized to ensure the elimination of domestic violence in the District of Columbia.

National Housing Law Project (NHLP) seeks to advance housing justice for poor people and communities by strengthening and enforcing the rights of tenants, increasing housing opportunities for underserved communities, and preserving and expanding the nation’s supply of safe and affordable homes.

Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) is the leading voice to end domestic violence in Washington State, with a mission to improve how communities respond to domestic violence and work to create a social intolerance for abuse through visionary work, engaging the public, and supporting members to help survivors towards safety and freedom.

Technical Assistance

NASH provides Technical Assistance (TA) consulting and training on a variety of topics.


View upcoming training and events here.

For Survivors

If you are in danger, please call 911, a local hotline, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224. Avoid using a computer that could be accessed by a person who may cause harm, and learn more technology safety tips.

Please note that NASH is not a direct service provider and does not provide individual counseling, crisis response, housing advocacy, or legal services. We have compiled a brief list of resources for survivors here.

Resources

If you are in danger, please call 911, a local hotline, or the U.S. National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 and TTY 1-800-787-3224. Avoid using a computer that could be accessed by a person who may cause harm, and learn more technology safety tips.

Please note that NASH is not a direct service provider and does not provide individual counseling, crisis response, housing advocacy, or legal services. We have compiled a brief list of resources for survivors here.