call our 24-hr bilingual domestic violence helpline: 651.772.1611

Tools and Products

Casa de Esperanza has been diligent about documenting the many things we’ve learned throughout our journey. Because we are a Latina organization with culturally relevant approaches to ending domestic violence, we have often been forced to create our own resources and build our own approaches that reflect our values and cultural orientation. Here are some of the resources and tools that Casa de Esperanza has developed. Please visit our store for resources and products available for purchase. Our project, the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities, serves as a clearinghouse of information on these and other relevant topics.

Learn about Domestic Violence


Our children’s tools consists of 3 products (available for purchase in our store):

  • I want to tell you something work book
  • What are you feeling? flashcards
  • Elena and the Magic Beans book

Article: Changing the course of a life (PDF) 

Organizations Serving Latinos

Case Studies on Casa de Esperanza

Dr. Jodi Sandfort, Associate Professor, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota, wrote these three case studies on Casa de Esperanza. Underwritten by Bremer Foundation, the Institute’s Center on Women and Public Policy Case Study Program funds a group of University faculty to write case studies on women’s organizations that are important models for study.

Case Study A (PDF)
Case Study B (PDF)
Case Study C (PDF)

 In 2013, Dr. Jodi Sandfort developed a multi-media case study which documents organizational development since the original studies and explores critical turning points in the organization’s evolution. This case study can be accessed through the Hubert Project website.

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