COVID-19 Pandemic Resources

SWIWC is providing and sharing with you links to resources that may assist you, your family, your community and victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, during COVID-19 Pandemic. As you know this is a worldwide crisis, we appreciate all organizations providing resources and services to everyone. in case of emergency please call 911.

SWIWC encourages you to practice the Center for Disease Control (CDC) COVID-19 guidelines for your safety and well-being and to share with your family and others. Also please contact your Tribal Council/Government and/or local community for any updates, services, and guidelines regarding COVID-19. If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact us at anytime. Thank you.

UPDATE: For Arizona tribal advocates and DV/SA Program, are you in need of PPE, namely N95 or KN95 masks? With the assistance of the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) and ProCure Hope, SWIWC retrieved masks to provide to Arizona tribal advocates and their programs. Please complete the form HERE for assistance. If you have questions or for more information please contact SWIWC. Thank you to NNEDV and ProCure Hope for their assistance. Thank you.


Please follow the links below for upcoming webinars relating to COVID-19 and Tribal Communities and/or Programs. Videos that may be helpful are also listed.

Toolkits for Programs, Advocates and Survivors

Please follow the links below for helpful toolkits for programs, survivors, and advocates. These toolkits are provided by great organizations in response to COVID-19. Thank you to those organizations.

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence – ACESDV
Safety planning during COVID-19
Creative outreach for COVID-19
A booklet for Self-care during COVID-19
Grounding Toolkit  

Find more toolkits at ACESDV

National Network to End Domestic Violence – NNEDV
Resources on the Response to COVID-19
COVID-19: Coalition Guidance for Programs 
WomensLaw- Frequently Asked Questions Involving Courts and COVID-19
Using Technology to Communicate with Survivors During a Public Health Crisis 
How to Operate as a Remote Workplace During a Public Health Crisis 
Digital Written Consent to Share Information 
Recommendations for Responding to COVID-19 in DV Shelters 

Find more toolkits at NNEDV

American Association on Health and Disability – AAHD
Resources for People with Disabilities on COVID-19

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