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Strategies for Healing & Strengthening Families

Partnerships & Collaboration

Domestic violence cannot be effectively addressed by a single person, system, or community. Improving outcomes for children, youth, and families exposed to domestic violence requires a comprehensive approach by collaborative partners across communities. Explore strategies and resources to support transformational partnerships that shift power to communities through collaborative efforts and partnerships between domestic violence programs, child serving systems, child welfare, fatherhood, health care, education, programs for people who use violence and others to better prevent, and respond to domestic violence.

PARTNERING WITH PROGRAMS FOR ABUSIVE PARTNERS

It is important for advocates to develop partnerships with programs for people who use domestic violence (commonly known as...

PARTNERING WITH RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD PROGRAMS

Responsible Fatherhood Programs (RFPs) were created to strengthen positive father-child engagement and improve healthy relationships with partners and co-parents.

PARTNERING WITH SUPERVISED VISITATION CENTERS

DV programs can help improve the overall experience and promote safety when they partner with supervised visitation programs and...

PARTNERING WITH CHILD WELFARE AGENCIES AND COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS

Collaboration between child welfare agencies, domestic violence and other community-based organizations can help the system become more effective in...

PARTNERING WITH HEAD START AND EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS

Many families participating in early childhood programs are affected by domestic violence. Early childhood programs can support children during...

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