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Strategies for Healing & Strengthening Families

Creating Culturally Relevant Services

Developing equity drive, culturally relevant and community specific services enable programs to increase family engagement and more effectively respond in to parent and child survivors of family violence. Involving the community members who are the most impacted by violence and are part of your target population in program design, implementation, and evaluation will ensure your interventions are responding to the actual needs of the people you are trying to reach. 

ADVANCING EQUITY & UNDOING RACISM

The work of advancing equity and anti-oppression in the anti-violence movement is pivotal to ending the intergenerational cycle of...

TEEN PARENTS

Domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking are all-too-common experiences for teens who are pregnant or have recently given birth.

PARTNERING WITH NATIVE AMERICAN SURVIVORS

Indigenous survivors and children living on Indian reservations and in urban communities experience unique challenges that intensify the epidemic of...

WORKING WITH IMMIGRANTS AND REFUGEES

Children and youth born to immigrant parents are an increasingly large population within the U.S. Working with immigrant and...

CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES

Programs serving children and youth with disabilities should strive for accessibility, making sure that their environment is inclusive of people...

Policy Guidance, Report

Healing Indigenous Lives: Native Youth Town Halls

Report

Exploring How Disparities in Experiences of Violence and Substance Use Between Transgender and Cisgender Students Differ by Gender Expression

Fact/Tip Sheet

White Supremacy Culture – Still Here

Fact/Tip Sheet

Understanding Models of Disability

Fact/Tip Sheet

Making Shelters Accessible to All

Fact/Tip Sheet

The Facts on Reproductive Health and Partner Abuse