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Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA): Summary of Federal Medical Privacy Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence (PDF)$0.00
Developed for health care professionals, this resource guide discusses the implications of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) for domestic violence reporting. Includes a summary of the federal guidelines for victims of domestic violence, frequently asked questions about HIPPA, requirements for meeting the Hybrid Entity designation, disclosure requirements
The following guiding principle and specific principles are designed to improve and build upon existing confidentiality safeguards to ensure that domestic violence victims are not placed at increased risk of retaliatory violence, discrimination, harassment, denial of insurance benefits, and other harm. Advocates, health care providers, administrators, oversight agencies, and policy
People living with HIV are more likely to have experienced domestic, sexual, and other forms of intimate violence in the past and are likely to experience abuse as a result of stigma associated with HIV. Experience of domestic violence and trauma are also associated with adverse health outcomes for people
The Healthy Moms, Happy Babies safety card is no longer available in English. Hard copies in Spanish are still available! ¡Las copias impresas en español todavía están disponibles! El enlace de descarga en PDF se seguirá distribuyendo e incluye los archivos de la tarjeta de seguridad en inglés y español.
Healthy Moms, Happy Babies is a poster co-branded by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and accompanies the perinatal safety card. The poster sends the message that babies and kids thrive when their moms thrive. Moms thrive in healthy relationships—ones that are respectful, nurturing and caring. The poster encourages people to
Healthy Moms, Happy Babies: A Train the Trainers Curriculum on Domestic Violence, Reproductive Coercion and Children Exposed (Second Edition) PDF$0.00
The updated curriculum provides training, tools, and resources to help home visitation staff address the complex and sometimes uncomfortable issue of domestic violence. When it comes to promoting health and safety outcomes for women and children impacted by domestic violence, there is a methodology to effective assessment, primary prevention, and
Victims of violence and abuse were specifically included in several new protections and programs outlined in federal health care reform enacted by President Barrack Obama. The new law opens the door to further integrate violence and abuse prevention into public health programs, research priorities, and adolescent health initiatives. Opportunities for
Identifying and Responding to Domestic Violence (Bluebook): Consensus Recommendations for Child and Adolescent Health (PDF)$0.00
These Consensus Recommendations were developed by Futures Without Violence's National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence in partnership with the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. The guidelines were designed to assist health
If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Project Leadership in Multi-System Change Efforts to Address the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment (PDF)$0.00
This document shares many of the leadership lessons from the perspective of the Greenbook project directors and is one of several publications that document the Greenbook sites’ experience. Multi-system collaborations need strong leaders with vision, commitment, and an ability to inspire others to move forward with the desired project. The
Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Resource Manual for Health Care Providers (PDF)$0.00
This resource manual aims to educate health care providers on how to improve their response to domestic violence. (Second Edition: 1998) Download as a zip file with PDF components only.
Improving the Health Care Response to Domestic Violence: A Trainer’s Manual for Health Care Providers (PDF)$0.00
This Trainer's Manual was developed to help health care providers and domestic violence advocates meet the challenge of training clinicians and other staff within the busy clinic or hospital setting. The Manual provides step-by-step instructions for teaching each section of the Resource Manual including the basics of domestic violence, clinical
Updated: 2019 This report outlines the broad scope of the problem as well as the state and national advocacy and legislative efforts taken to halt this practice during the last 20 years. It addresses the problematic and wide variance in state legislative prohibitions/protections as well as the continuing need for a
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.
Intimate Partner Violence in Immigrant and Refugee Communities: Challenges, Promising Practices, and Recommendations (PDF)$0.00
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation solicited the assistance of the Futures Without Violence (FWV) to collect information on the challenges, prevention and treatment of intimate partner violence (IPV) in immigrant and refugee communities. After reviewing the literature, collecting data from interviews and examining existing prevention and treatment programs, FWV issued this
The Invisible Injuries Booklet is a companion tool for the Has Your Head Been Hurt card to assist domestic violence programs in accommodating the needs of survivors who have experienced head injuries and identifying possible follow up care or evaluation. Futures Without Violence has been given permission to disseminate the PDF version
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,