OVC would like to acknowledge the following people and organizations for their contributions to this project and the replication guide:
- Linda Riddle, Katy Eagle, and Paula Morton of Domestic Abuse Intervention Programs (DAIP) of Duluth, Minnesota, as well as DAIP partners Erin Fontaine of Access North, Kelly Kurtz of the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault, Amanda Gigliotti of Access North Center for Independent Living, Sterling Harris of Programs for Aid of Victims of Sexual Assault, and Sandy Moore and Dianne Naus of the Minnesota Disability Law Center.
- Lois Galgay Reckitt and Meg London of Family Crisis Services (FCS) in Portland, Maine, along with FCS partners Fay Luppi of the Violence Intervention Project, Commander Vern Malloch of the South Portland Police Department, Deputy Chief Amy Berry of the South Portland Police Department, and Dennis Fitzgibbons of the Alpha One Center for Independent Living.
- Stephanie Smith-Bowman, Heather Herron Murphy, and Maytal Russ of the Sexual Assault Response Network of Central Ohio (SARNCO)OhioHealth of Columbus, Ohio, along with SARNCO partners Gail Heller and Sandy Allen of CHOICES for Victims of Domestic Violence, Donna Foster of the Governor's Council on People with Disabilities, Krystal Martin of the Ohio Domestic Violence Network, and Denise Blackburn-Smith of the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
- Wendie Abramson, Katharine Brouillette, Heather Kamper, Dianne King, and Shell Schwartz of SafePlace.
This replication guide was developed using a number of resources created by SafePlace, and others as noted, under the direction of OVC staff and the OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center, which assists victim service providers, advocates, and other allied professionals in learning new skills and adopting best practices that will enhance their abilities to provide quality victim services.