Additional State & National Resources

State Specific Websites 

The Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education

Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority

Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Abused Women's Aid in Crisis

Center for Human Development, UAA

Standing Together Against Rape (STAR)   

National Websites

California Coalition on Sexual Assault (National TA provider)

Articles on Domestic Abuse in later life


Ain't I a woman: Black women and feminism - Hooks, Bell.   
  E 185.86 .H73 1981  c1981.

Woman hating - Dworkin, Andrea.             
  HQ 1154 .D 86 1974  1974.

The courage to heal: a guide for women survivors of child sexual abuse - Bass, Ellen.    
  HQ 72 .U53 B37 1994 c1994.

Conspiracy of silence: the trauma of incest - Butler, Sandra.       
  HQ 72 .U53 B87 1996


Contact Alaskans
Speak Up!

Christine King
(907) 264-6241

UAA Center for Human Development
2702 Gambell St. Suite 103
Anchorage, Alaska 99503
Ph: (907) 272-8270
1 (800) 243-2199
TTY: (907) 264-6206
Fax: (907) 274-4802

The secret trauma: incest in the lives of girls and women - Russell, Diana E. H.     
  HQ 72 .U53 R87 1986 c1986.

Against our will: men, women, and rape -  Brownmiller, Susan.    
  HV 6558 .B76 1993   1993.

I never called it rape: the Ms. report on recognizing, fighting, and s… - Warshaw, Robin.  
  HV 6561 .W38 1988   c1988.

The courage to heal workbook: for women and men survivors of child sex - Davis, Laura.    
  HV 6570 .D245 1990  c1990.

The battered woman - Walker, Lenore E.            
  HV 6626 .W34 1980   c1979.

Strong at the broken places: overcoming the trauma of childhood abuse - Sanford, Linda Tschirhart.
  RC 569.5 .C55 S36 19c1990.

This Bridge Called My Back – Cherrie Moraga, Gloria Anzaldua – 1981


A pocket guide on Communicating with People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing: ADA Guide for Law Enforcement and a Model Policy for Law Enforcement on Communicating with People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing both of which are available on the ADA website.

DOJ New Streaming Video Series: Police Response to People with Disabilities
        The Department of Justice has designed these videos for use in roll-call training. There is an introduction, and seven different segments, ranging from approximately 5 to 10 minutes in length, addressing law enforcement situations involving people who have mobility disabilities, mental illnesses, mental retardation, epilepsy or seizure disorders, speech disabilities, deafness or hearing impairments, and blindness or low vision.

There are dial-up or high-speed options, and the videos are available with captions and audio descriptions. Copies of the video can also be ordered from the Department.