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The following organizations have a variety of resources for housing providers.

Federal Technical Assistance Providers: 

The following organizations are Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Technical Assistance (TA) Providers. These agencies receive federal funds that allow them to provide assistance to OVW grantees on a case-by-case basis.

Phone: (415) 546-7000
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On their website, contact information for each project is listed along with the project information.

Phone: (312) 726-7020
Email: There's a form on the website to submit questions.
The National Center has a specific Transitional Housing Technical Assistance Project. Visit their site and contact them for more information. 

Research & Information Houses

These organizations provide research papers and additional information relevant to your work.

Phone: (617) 964-3834
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Phone: (202)-638-25351
Email: There's a form on the website to submit questions

Phone: (202)-662-1693

Phone: (202)-638-1526
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Email: There's a form on the website to submit questions.
The CSAJ Resource Library offers many helpful materials. 

Phone: (202)-464-1596
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Phone: (800)-537-2238 / TTY: (800)-553-2508
Email: There's a webform and email on the website to contact them for more information.
A key initiative of NRCDV is the VAWnet Resource Library, which provides many informative materials.