This safety card was designed for health settings serving Native communities including IHS clinics, Tribal health centers, and Urban Indian Health Centers. The card is designed to help women recognize how their intimate relationships may impact their reproductive health, while providing information for safety planning and referral. Basic information about
This 11” x 17” poster was specifically designed to encourage Asian patients in health care settings to talk to their health care provider about domestic violence. Referral to the National Hotline on Domestic Violence is provided along with the TTY number. Blank space is included at the bottom of the
This 17” x 11”poster was designed for pediatric health care settings and identifies for parents how domestic violence may impact the health of their baby. The poster is accompanied by a photograph of a baby and the caption reads: “When you bring your new baby home, you will have lots
The American Indian/Alaska Native Women's Health Safety Card was developed in partnership with the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center. The card aims to help women recognize healthy and unhealthy relationship dynamics and identify how their relationship may impact their health, as well as their children. The card lists specific health
Young Moms, Strong Kids (YMSK) represents a recent expansion of the Healthy Moms Happy Babies (HMHB) Curriculum and recognizes that the field of home visitation requires new tools to meet the needs of adolescent mothers, specifically.