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Strategies for Healing & Strengthening Families

Preventing & Responding to Family Violence

All child and youth serving organizations can play a role in preventing violence by supporting young people to have healthy and respectful relationships in addition to improving their responses to families experiencing domestic violence. Explore different programs, practices, policies and everyday actions that can prevent violence, promote protective factors, and help advocates and other professionals better support survivors.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE

Prevention efforts are critical not only for the well-being of children but also to stop future family violence from...

MANDATORY REPORTING

It has been repeatedly documented that mandated reporters fail to recognize or consider the impact of poverty, systemic racism,...

PREVENTING AND RESPONDING TO TEEN DATING VIOLENCE

Young people, 12 to 19 years old, experience the highest rates of rape and sexual assault, and youth, 18-19...

COVID-19 & DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

Intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking are on the rise during COVID-19. Shelter in place regulations and...

STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT CHILDREN AND TEENS

There are simple ways to connect with your young child and help them heal and feel loved.

TRAUMA-INFORMED CARE

In order to adequately support healing and resiliency within families involved in these programs (and staff), and to break...

PROTECTIVE FACTORS & RESILIENCY

Domestic violence (DV) protective factors are individual and relational attributes, as well as environmental and social conditions, that lessen...

Workbook

Fumbling Towards Repair: A Workbook for Community Accountability Facilitators

Fact/Tip Sheet

The Facts on Reproductive Health and Partner Abuse

Curriculum, Practice Guidance

Measuring Capacity to Serve Survivors with Disabilities: Performance Indicators

Fact/Tip Sheet

Creating Trauma Informed Services Tipsheet Series: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Employment Support – Tools for Practice

Fact/Tip Sheet

Creating Trauma-Informed Services Tipsheet Series: Tips for Making Connections with Survivors Experiencing Psychiatric Disabilities

Fact/Tip Sheet

Creating Trauma-Informed Services Tipsheet Series: Tips for Discussing a Mental Health Referral with Domestic Violence Survivors

Fact/Tip Sheet

Creating Trauma-Informed Services Tipsheet Series: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Domestic Violence Advocacy