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Please use the above link to request resources to be mailed to your agency. A list and description of available resources can be found below. A list of downloadable resources are also available below. 

  • A Strength-Based and Trauma-Informed Approach to Working with the African American Community
    A Strength-Based and Trauma-Informed Approach to Working with the African American Community
  • Amber Alert Cards (Child Abduction)
    Amber Alert Cards (Child Abduction)

    The AMBER Alert Cards set forth the criteria for issuing an AMBER Alert, lists the procedures, and provides contact information for activation.

  • Body Talk (English & Spanish available)
    Body Talk (English & Spanish available)
  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC): Meeting Victims Where They Are
    Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC): Meeting Victims Where They Are
  • Considerations for Serving Male Victims of Sexual Assault and Abuse (English & Spanish Available)
    Considerations for Serving Male Victims of Sexual Assault and Abuse (English & Spanish Available)

    Disponible en Español.

  • Family Resource Cards (Child Abduction)
    Family Resource Cards (Child Abduction)

    A wallet size Family Resource card that provides useful information for parents and family members. The intent of the card is for first responders to be able to leave the family with tips and resources to assist the family after the initial contact.

  • FBI Binders - Child Abduction
    FBI Binders - Child Abduction

    The Child Abduction Response Plan is a checklist and a thorough guide for use by investigators during a critical incident where time is of the essence. This edition is a current composite of the most recent investigative approaches and techniques available and derived from many of the most difficult case experiences.

  • First Responder Field Packets - Child Abduction
    First Responder Field Packets - Child Abduction

    The Task Force updated and distributed the Law Enforcement/First Responders Field Packet, which now contains checklists for law enforcement, child protective services, and non-profit agencies responding to child abductions, along with a guideline for law enforcement on handling custody disputes out in the field, as well as the AMBER Alert card.

  • From Language Access to Language Justice: Centering Survivors' Voices in the Anti-Violence Movement
    From Language Access to Language Justice: Centering Survivors' Voices in the Anti-Violence Movement

    A Language Justice approach allows agencies to engage diverse organizations, local communities, stakeholders, and victims/survivors in anti-violence initiatives, placing everyone on equal footing through interpretation, translation, and other strategies for equal communication.

  • Guide for the Forensic Interviewing of Spanish-Speaking Children  (English)
    Guide for the Forensic Interviewing of Spanish-Speaking Children  (English)
  • Haircare Tip Sheet for Black Foster Youth (for Caregivers)
    Haircare Tip Sheet for Black Foster Youth (for Caregivers)
  • Haircare Tip Sheet for Black Foster Youth (for Providers)
    Haircare Tip Sheet for Black Foster Youth (for Providers)
  • Implicit Bias Workbook
    Implicit Bias Workbook

    The goal of this workbook is to offer providers a space to learn and reflect on their own implicit biases in a safe and contained way. Some of the reflection questions will ask you to go deep and think about ways that you have been socialized that you may not have thought about before or for quite some time. Remember to take care of yourself as part of this process. You may choose to engage in this workbook alone or you might choose to do so in community.

  • Male Victim Posters (English & Spanish Available)
    Male Victim Posters (English & Spanish Available)
  • MUPS Resource Cards (Child Abduction)
    MUPS Resource Cards (Child Abduction)

    The Missing and Unidentified Persons (MUPS) Cards, are the size of a business card and include a one-page reference chart that contain Penal Codes and reporting requirements.

  • Power and Control Wheel of Historical Trauma
    Power and Control Wheel of Historical Trauma

    When therapists and clinicians who are not trauma-informed mental health professionals do not taken into consideration sociocultural factors. The wheel is a guide to assist mental health professionals when working with ethnically diverse populations to understand, explore and process the dynamic of power and control within the context of historical trauma.

  • Select Humanitarian and Family-Based Immigration Options: Various Paths to a Green Card (Lawful Permanent Residence) for Certain Survivors and Family Members (English & Spanish Available)
    Select Humanitarian and Family-Based Immigration Options: Various Paths to a Green Card (Lawful Permanent Residence) for Certain Survivors and Family Members (English & Spanish Available)

    A resource outlaying the various paths to lawful permanent residence. Disponible en Español.

  • Spanish-Speaking Forensic Interviewer Recruitment Brochure
    Spanish-Speaking Forensic Interviewer Recruitment Brochure
  • Special Considerations and Techniques for Interviewing Children with Special Needs
    Special Considerations and Techniques for Interviewing Children with Special Needs
  • The Protocol and Beyond: A Forensic Interviewer's Guide for Peer and Self Review (English & Spanish Available)
    The Protocol and Beyond: A Forensic Interviewer's Guide for Peer and Self Review (English & Spanish Available)

    Disponible en Español.

  • The Rights of California Foster Youth (English & Spanish Available)
    The Rights of California Foster Youth (English & Spanish Available)

Downloadable Resources

From the Child Abuse Training and Technical Assistance Project (CATTA)


From Serving California's Diversity Training Project


From Underserved Populations Training Project (UP)

Working with Victims with Disabilities
Working with Male Victims
Working with Foster Youth Victims
Working with LGBTQ Victims

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