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Our name speaks to our work: Ending Barriers in Reporting Adversity
The Halo Fund provides a safety net of a zero-interest loan of up to $1,000 and a free license to the VictimsVoice tool so they can feel safe and finally be heard and believed.
We've partnered with a nonprofit victim advocate agency without borders, the DVA Center, to ensure those receiving the funds also have access to the resources they'll need.
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VictimsVoice is a legally admissible documentation tool that is easy for victims to use and ensures they collect the RIGHT evidence in the RIGHT way so investigators can build a better case and prosecutors can more effectively and appropriately hold abusers accountable.
Because legally admissible documentation really doesn't matter... UNTIL IT DOES.
Our monthly Lunch-N-Learn programs are always free to participate and include actionable resources that you can share with others. Can't make our second tuesday afternoon webinars? No worries - there's always an on-demand version.
For legal professionals, we create CLE (Continuing Legal Education) programs that help you better understand the relationships between sensitive populations and the technology tools that might be available to them, the questions you should ask about those tech tools, and the laws and regulations that govern the space.
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We have consistently committed to giving since our inception to ensure no victim that requests a license goes without one. We have supported small grass-roots organizations that are doing great work but lack the capacity and funding to become a Partner Member on their own. We dedicate time and resources to support others doing the hard work fighting to eradicate domestic violence and stalking.
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In SEEK, you can privately gather information and explore your options for medical care, supportive services, and reporting to police.
If you choose, you can even begin the process of reporting to police by completing a self-guided interview in SPEAK.
SEEK THEN SPEAK is brought to you by End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) and was built by EBinRA, Inc. through an American Bar Endowment grant.
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Let us help you know what to ask when evaluating technology-based tools. We help you with a set of interview questions that ensure you're not forgetting anything or not knowing what to ask - you don't know what you don't know!
Click the globe icon below to access this free tool to interview the technology company, then hit submit. You'll be emailed a scorecard that you can use and share to help you make the right choice.