The Coalition provides numerous brochures and other publications free of charge to organizations and individuals in Nebraska. For a complete list of Coalition brochures, download the materials request form. To obtain printed copies of a brochure, contact the Coalition at 402-476-6256 and/or complete the Materials Request Form and email to email@example.com.
In addition, the Coalition has a Lending Library which has numerous books, DVDs, curriculum, etc. These resources are free of charge for our partners to borrow. Coalition members have created a list of the top recommended resources within our Library. Feel free to checkout the listing below and if you wish to borrow any items, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Publications for Survivors and Service Providers
Find a list of resources sourced by the Nebraska Coalition.
Josie's Fund: Information about Domestic Violence & Animal Abuse
Domestic violence and sexual assault programs in Nebraska often assist victims who fear for the safety of their pets as a result of the violence that is occurring. Perpetrators often use the threat or reality of harming or killing pets as a means of power and control over the entire family.
"Josie’s Fund” is used to support battered and assaulted women, children, and animals seeking safety and services through Nebraska’s domestic violence/sexual assault programs.
Nebraska's Network of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Programs
Nebraska’s network of domestic violence/sexual assault programs is designed to provide emergency services, information, and assistance to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence
The Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence provides support to our 20 member domestic violence and sexual assault programs across the state. These programs make up the Coalition's network of direct service providers who offer safe, confidential services to survivors in Nebraska.
Stalking is very serious and can escalate over time. 1 in 6 women and 1 in 17 men will be stalked in their lifetime. Stalking is a crime in all 50 states, including District of Columbia and U.S. Territories.
Stalking, Prevention Awareness and Resource Center (SPARC) provides an array of resources to assist anyone who is seeking more information.
Domestic Violence: Power and Control
Domestic violence is when someone uses and maintains power and control over an intimate partner through a pattern of assaultive & coercive behaviors. (NNEDV, 2010)
Domestic violence can happen to any person, in any town, city, state or country. It doesn't matter how much money you have, your educational history or whether or not you have children. Domestic violence has no boundaries.
Domestic violence is a conscious choice to use power and control against the person with whom you are in a relationship.
Being abusive is not caused by alcohol, mental illness, drugs, stress, or lack of employment. People who use abuse come from all backgrounds, religions, and cultures. Domestic violence occurs in all types of relationships, including dating, living together, married, heterosexual and same-sex relationships.
Service Provider Directory for Victims and Survivors of Human Trafficking
This provider directory is to help those involved in anti-trafficking work make informed referrals and illustrate the array of services available to trafficking survivors across Nebraska.
Please use the directory as a starting point for learning about the anti-trafficking service providers in your community. NebraskaPATH does not endorse any particular service provider listed in this directory. Inclusion in this list is not a guarantee of service availability. If you are planning to refer a survivor to a particular service provider, it is recommended that you reach out to the service provider first to verify that they are appropriate to meet the needs of the survivor. Prior to working with survivors of human trafficking, it is essential that you familiarize yourself with the qualities of a trauma-informed service provider.
The information listed in the directory is current as of February 2022. To make the NebraskaPATH organizing team aware of a concerning interaction with a service provider listed in the directory or to recommend a service provider for inclusion in the directory, please contact: email@example.com
NebraskaPATH has compiled a list of qualities that a trauma-informed service provider displays: Standards of Practice to Support Victims/Survivors of Trafficking.
Safe for the Sentence
What you need to know about Sexual Assault in a prison or jail facility.
PREA stands for Prison Rape Elimination Act. PREA outlines standards to help guide correctional facilities to prevent, detect, and respond to sexual abuse within the facility.
You can reach a confidential sexual assault advocate who can talk to you about what you have experienced. Advocates are specially trained to understand what you have been through and do not report to the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (NDCS) or the Jail facility.
The following brochures can also offer information regarding PREA standards and rights of survivors who are incarcerated and have experienced sexual violence.