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Aging with Respect is an intervention addressing elder abuse, neglect and intimate partner violence with those later in life. It is developed for those patients/clients with agency and capacity in non-crisis, non-emergency situations that provides information about healthy and safe relationships, and the impact of unhealthy relationships on health and wellbeing.
The 11” x 17” poster may be used in any community or health setting frequented by men and boys including Tribal offices, schools, gyms, batter’s intervention programs, health care facilities and visitation centers.
The General Health safety card features 10 panels, 5 panels each side, and folds up to the size of a business card (3.5" x 2") for discretion. Designed for women receiving health care services, the card helps women recognize how their relationship impacts their health and the lives of their children,
The goal of this safety card is to be both a survivor-centered resource and a useful conversation starter for health care providers, counselors, social workers, mentors, or other adults working with high-school and college-aged Muslim youth who are doing universal education around healthy relationships and assessing for violence. The card
Beyond Observation: Considerations for Advancing Domestic Violence Practice in Supervised Visitation (PDF only)$0.00
This paper presents considerations for expanded practice in the Supervised Visitation Grant Program and describes interventions that go beyond observation in the supervised visitation setting. The information for this paper comes from a number of sources including: interviews with experts in the field; a review of the literature on supervised
This report seeks to assist policymakers and practitioners in developing specialist positions that are tailored to the circumstances of their communities and states. The report offers observations about initial expectations for these positions and the evolution of the positions over time. This publication is available as a digital download only. This
Building Domestic Violence Health Care Responses in Indian Country: A Promising Practices Report (PDF only)$0.00
Funded by the Indian Health Service and Administration for Children and Families, the IHS/ACF Domestic Violence Project (2002-2009), trained thousands of health care providers and community advocates, identified and empowered national experts, instituted sustainable DV response programs in hospitals and clinics, developed model policies and tools to better address abuse
California DV Advocates Guide to Partnering with Healthcare: Models for Collaboration and Reimbursement$0.00
This toolkit is designed to help domestic and sexual violence (DSV) advocates understand the evolving health care landscape and make strategic choices as they decide whether and how to partner with health care providers in order to reach more survivors of DSV in need. Available in English in PDF Download. This
The goal of this safety card is to be both a survivor-centered resource and a useful conversation starter for health care providers who are doing universal education around healthy relationships and assessing for violence specifically with LGBQ people or in LGBTQ health settings. El objetivo de esta tarjeta de seguridad es
The goal of this poster in tandem with the Caring Relationships Safety Card is to be both a survivor-centered resource and a useful conversation starter for health care providers who are doing universal education around healthy relationships and assessing for violence specifically with LGBQ people or in LGBTQ health settings. The
CHATS helps advocates CONNECT with survivors, IDENTIFY and PROVIDE INFORMATION on head injuries, and ACCOMMODATE people's needs. This is a PDF download product only.
This paper focuses on the need for accurate documentation and coding of domestic violence in medical records and provides recommendations on how to do so. The accurate and expanded documentation and coding for domestic violence in medical records can give us data and reimbursement mechanisms that will undeniably shape our
Compendium of State and U.S. Territory Statutes and Policies on Domestic Violence and Health Care (PDF)$0.00
The Compendium is an at-a-glance summary of state and U.S. territory laws, regulations, and other activities relevant to addressing domestic violence in health care settings. It includes analyses and themes that reflect policy and programmatic changes made in the last two decades by leaders in the fields of health care,
For domestic violence advocates working with child protection and juvenile court systems. For advocates to be effective, they need to what to do with information, when to share it, how to share it, and with whom to share it. This paper uses the phrase “information sharing” to describe the range
The Connected Parents, Connected Kids Safety Card is a universal education tool that health care and community-based providers can distribute as part of universal education with families to discuss Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), relationships (healthy and unhealthy), and resilience. This resource is appropriate for a variety of settings, including pediatrics, reproductive health, home