Listings are alphabetized by city with:
1. Groups and Projects
2. Information and Referrals
G R O U P S A N D P R O J E C T S
Boise (for Southwestern Idaho) (project coordinated by ICASDV – see “Statewide” below)
Start Strong Idaho: Building Healthy Teen Relationships is an initiative in southwest Idaho to promote healthy teen relationships and prevent teen dating violence by helping 11- to 14-year-olds develop healthy and safe relationship knowledge and skills.
College of Idaho, Caldwell
College of Idaho’s Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) is a chapter of the non-profit national Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF).
FMF is organized on a project basis.
The purpose of this program is to aid crime victims by using self-help techniques taught to victims by trained advocates, and making our community a safer place.
Moscow (and Pullman, WA)
ATVP promotes peace, equality and justice for all on the Palouse, and provides a safe environment for victims and survivors, offering professional assistance to support an individual’s choice.
University of Idaho, Moscow
Our group is dedicated to ending men’s hyper-masculine violence through activism, accountability and education.
University of Idaho, Moscow
The Feminist Alliance advocates against anyone or anything that purports sexism and for a fair and accurate representation of women in media, the workforce, and everyday life and language.
Idaho State University, Pocatello
The Men Encouraging Non-violence (M.E.N.) group is a collection of men from the ISU campus and the Pocatello community. The group encourages men to reflect on how their personal attitudes and larger social forces contribute to the justification of violence, including violence towards women.
If you desire to help someone in a violent relationship, you will find here many resources to guide you, and life-protecting information you can give to the hurting woman you know.
We are a group of men who meet every Wednesday night in Sandpoint, ID. The goal of our group is simple; to help each man achieve his goal of a being a powerful human being.
It is the mission of the Shoshone County Women’s Resource Center (SCWRC) to assist any person victimized by domestic violence and sexual assault, whether physical, mental, or emotional.
ROSE Advocates provides advocacy services to abused adults and children who are victims of domestic violence, dating violence, child abuse and sexual assault in (but not limited to) Payette, Washington and Adams Counties
Mission Statement: To provide education, assistance, and support to individuals, programs and organizations dedicated to ending Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
The Council’s mission is to fund programs that serve victims of crime, and to help victims through legislation, advocacy, training, and public awareness.
I N F O R M A T I O N A N D R E F E R R A L S
Sexual Assault Boise State University, Boise
Sexual Assault & Rape Northwestern Nazarene University, Nazarene