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Avoid long distance calls if possible; they can be traced. Have an additional cell phone for 911 use only (available for free at SA/DVC office).
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Disabilities

People with disabilities experience violence at rates from 2 to 10 times more frequently than the community without disabilities.

As advocates we recognize this reality - either personally or through our work with consumers who are survivors of that violence.

The resources listed here are intended as a starting point in your journey to provide culturally competent services to survivors with disabilities - whether they are provided by a center for independent living or a sexual assault/domestic violence organization.

If the information raises questions, the best way to answer those questions is to talk to the people who may have answers. If CIL advocates and SA/DV advocates can work and learn together, we have a very good start on supporting survivors and ending the violence in our lives.

Anytime is a good time to begin those relationships, but right now is the BEST time to forge new partnerships and work together to make a difference in our world.

State Resources for Kansas
Two Paths Manual
Sexual Assault Accessible Service
SA DV Stalking Assessment Tool for Access
Resources for Deaf Community
Accommodations in Services TA document
Sexual assault and PWD


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