Healthy Relationships & Abuse Prevention Resources
Persons with intellectual and cognitive disabilities are 4 – 10 times more likely to be victims of abuse, violence, or neglect according to an essay by J R Petersilia, in the “Criminal Justice and Behavior Journal.” Giving people tools can help curb abuse
- A Safety and Self Defense series will be held in April 2014. Contact Mary Brandl at 612-990-4660 for more information.
Accessibility Answers thanks the organizations which provided the information for this Directory of abuse prevention resources for people with cognitive and intellectual disabilities, and their support circles. Directory inclusion is for informational purposes and does not imply endorsement.