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Strategies for Healing & Strengthening Families

Working With People Who Use Violence

Working with people who use violence is essential to ending family violence and breaking the intergenerational cycles of violence. People who use violence must be held responsible for their behavior, and the safety of their partners and children is and must always be a priority. 

PATHWAYS TO ACCOUNTABILITY

Relational accountability leverages the power of human-relationships and personal-connections to find balance between consequences and support for positive change...

PARENTING BY MEN WHO USE VIOLENCE 

Research shows that many abusive partners can develop empathy toward their children more easily than towards their partners, and...

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.

Workbook

Fumbling Towards Repair: A Workbook for Community Accountability Facilitators

External Resource

Moving Beyond Accountability for Those Who Batter