The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence values language accessibility for all survivors of abuse and the advocates working alongside them on their behalf. Listed below are some of our most popular and useful resources that have been translated into Spanish to reach a broader audience. Please click on the links below to access each resource.
For ongoing technical assistance, anti-violence education, training, and other awareness raising materials that is culturally and linguistically specific, please contact the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN), a project of Casa de Esperanza.
651-646-5553 | www.casadeesperanza.org
The National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities (NLN) exists to advance effective responses to eliminate violence and promote healthy relationships within Latin@ families and communities. The NLN addresses four primary issues: increasing access for Latin@s experiencing domestic violence through training and technical assistance; producing culturally relevant tools for advocates and practitioners; conducting culturally relevant research that explores the context in which Latin@ families experience violence; and interjecting the lived realities of Latin@s into policy efforts to better support Latin@ families. The NLN is led by five dynamic and experienced national leaders and supported by three national steering committees in policy, technical assistance, and research.