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This toolkit is designed to assist domestic violence advocates in integrating onsite health assessment and primary health services into domestic violence programs. The toolkit provides an opportunity for domestic violence programs to create a culture of wellness and develop a more comprehensive array of services for their clients and staff. Included in the appendices are sample forms and protocols that have been adapted from the work done in a wide range of DV programs from around the country exemplifying service delivery models, as well as resources Futures Without Violence has developed as part of ongoing work with other states building DV advocacy-based health programs. Links to other resources are also included in this toolkit.

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This toolkit is designed to assist domestic violence advocates in integrating onsite health assessment and primary health services into domestic violence programs. The toolkit provides an opportunity for domestic violence programs to create a culture of wellness and develop a more comprehensive array of services for their clients and staff. Included in the appendices are sample forms and protocols that have been adapted from the work done in a wide range of DV programs from around the country exemplifying service delivery models, as well as resources Futures Without Violence has developed as part of ongoing work with other states building DV advocacy-based health programs. Links to other resources are also included in this toolkit.

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English

Visit FUTURES online toolkits. A step-by-step online guide for community health centers on building partnerships with DV/SA advocacy, addressing violence in health centers, and promoting prevention: www.IPVHealthPartners.org and www.IPVHealth.org
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