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Tools You Can Use
Even if you can't come to Safe Places in person, we still want to provide you with the resources you need to deal with different types of violence and abuse.  On this page, you will find links to virtually every resource we have. We hope you will find these resources useful.

Downloadable Guides
My Child Has Been Sexually Abused: A Guide for Parents

My Teen Has Been Sexually Abused: A Guide for Parents

Failure to Protect: The Crisis in America's Family Courts

Beginning Again: An Aftercare Guide for Survivors of Sexual Violence

Adolescent Aftercare Guide for Young People

Teen Dating Violence

Web Resources
Home Should Be A Safe Place

Outside Resources
Great Nonprofits: Reviews of Safe Places

Sanctuary: For Victims of Stalking

National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center

Not for Sale: End Human Trafficking and Slavery

National Child Protection Training Center

Joint Center on Violence and Victim Studies

American Society of Victimology

A Scary Place
Vision to Reality
A Special Place
Battered Mothers Custody Conference: Mother's Interviews

Local and State Resources
Center for Women in Transition
Empowering incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women as they transition to the community and resume productive lives

LOVE - Let Our Violence End
Providing comprehensive, compassionate and quality services to youth with behavioral, emotional, or addictive challenges, with the ultimate goal of reducing violence in schools and communities.

i Believe
A coalition of ordinary people who are willing to believe they can make a positive difference in their community by reaching out to children and families ... one person at a time.

Providing shelter services for victims of human trafficking

Women and Children First
Providing shelter services and advocacy to victims of domestic violence and their children

Parents of Murdered Children
Providing support groups where participants help each other through the sharing of feelings, insights, information on the justice process, upcoming trials, or parole hearings

Arkansas Crime Victims Reparations Program
Administered through the Arkansas Attorney General's Office, this fund is designed to help eligible crime victims with various financial and other challenges caused by their victimization.

Arkansas VINE
The program provides reassurance and safety for crime victims by notifying them whenthe perpetrator has been moved, paroled, or otherwide released from jail, prison or probationary status.

Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Safe Places1609 BroadwayLittle Rock, AR 72206501.374.SAFE (7233)Fax: 501.375-7233

Sexual Violence Support CenterSafeLine: 501.801.2700 (Pulaski County)Statewide, Toll-Free: 1.877.432.5368

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Finding Angela Shelton         $7.99

Angela Shelton began interviewing other women with her name with the goal of making a movie that inspired women to unite. What happened is heartbreaking, joyous, sad, miraculous and it’s a one-of-a-kind read.

Angela Shelton's  Be Your Own Hero Workbook (117 pages)         $9.99

You can use the workbook in a group, on your own or with your therapist. This Be Your Own Hero Warrior Workbook is a powerful tool to used by survivors of abuse, therapists, support groups, teachers and community education programs. It was inspired by Angela's Shelton's speaking events. It is for survivors of abuse, advocates, loved ones and supporters ready to move past pain and suffering and reclaim joy and happiness. You can use the workbook in a group, on your own or with your therapist.

This workbook is 117 pages long and is a DOWNLOAD. Print it and use it in a binder so that you can write on the pages. Insert blank sheets where you need more space. Go at your own pace!

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"Angela Shelton may be the first woman in history to turn a horrific childhood into a movement so full of hope and inspiration, even people who haven't suffered any form of abuse want to get involved. In her book, Angela describes suffering through the type of violence that usually leads to a lifetime of dysfunction. Angela defied the odds and turned her pain into power. If you want to understand how the human spirit can thrive in the face of unimaginable childhood trauma - read this book!"

Wendy Murphy
Author, And Justice For Some
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