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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
This manual is for those committed to assisting trafficking survivors, especially sexual assault and domestic violence advocates and their allies in the criminal and legal systems who have basic knowledge of the trafficking assistance process. The information in this manual will help you assess your role in helping trafficking survivors and
Connect is a mini-magazine for foster parents and kin that provides information on meeting the needs of children who have been exposed to domestic violence and are in the child welfare system. This product is available in the following languages: English and Spanish. If you request this item, you will receive
Connect is a three hour curriculum, Power Point presentation and related tools intended for use in child welfare settings with foster parents, kin caregivers, and adoptive parents with all levels of experience in caring for children who have been exposed to domestic violence, or who may have cause to care
These are guidelines focused on the transformative role of the adolescent health care provider in preventing, identifying and addressing adolescent relationship abuse (ARA). Health care providers can help by providing prevention messages about healthy relationships and helping those exposed to abuse. This publication is available as a digital download only. This
Lessons from Literature provides the framework for you to use the books and stories you’re already teaching to increase awareness about the damaging effects of physical, sexual and verbal abuse. Designed to integrate easily into your existing literature curriculum, the program empowers you with resources that help your students build key academic skills
Using the Filipino community as a model, this publication serves as a guide to organizing immigrant communities against violence in the home. It chronicles the establishment of outreach and education efforts that involve survivors and others as leaders in the community.
The Chart supplements and is an adaptation of the “Power and Control” Wheel produced by the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project. This is to be read together with the handbook “Working with Battered Immigrant Women: A Handbook to Make Services Accessible.” This publication is available as a digital download only.
Raising Our Voices is based on the results of a focus group with Asian immigrant women and Asian American women from different backgrounds. The report includes major recommendations to service providers and the Appendix Section includes national listing of organizations devoted to Asian battered women. This publication is available as a digital download
In 2006, specialists, advocates, CPS, and domestic violence program administrators, and representatives from national organizations convened for Exploring the Role of Specialized Positions in Child Welfare and Domestic Violence Collaborations (Specialized Positions Meeting). This document is a reflection of the discussions that occurred at that meeting and literature reviews that
Sex, Relationships, and Respect: Guide for Addressing Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence in Campus Health Settings Handbook (PDF only)$0.00
Addressing Sexual + Intimate Partner Violence in Campus Health Centers is a guideline that provides strategies, tools, and resources for providers, staff, and students of all genders working in campus based health settings to incorporate intimate partner and sexual violence prevention and response into their work. Moving beyond the limits
The brochure offers parents/care givers/grandparents concrete action steps that they can take to promote resiliency and healing for children; information on how violence effects children’s health and behavior; and national referrals for help (websites and confidential hotlines). The 8.5” x 11” (tri-fold) brochure may be distributed at community events, or programs accessed by
Survivor Brochure: A Health Care Guide for Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence (Hard Copy and PDF)$0.00
FUTURES worked in partnership with Olga Trujillo, JD and the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health to develop a health brochure for those who have survived childhood or adult violence/abuse. The physical and emotional harm that comes from being abused by a loved one can affect survivors even after the violence
The Magic of Everyday Gestures: 8 Ways Parents and Caregivers Can Support Children Healing from Trauma (Hard Copy and PDF)$0.00
This brochure is intended to help parents, families and advocates connect with children who have experienced violence and support their healing using 8 simple actions. Created by Promising Futures. The PDF download link includes both the English and Spanish versions of the brochure.
Turning Pain into Power: Trafficking Survivor’s Perspectives on Early Intervention Strategies (PDF only)$0.00
As part of this research report, interviews were conducted with 21 survivors of human trafficking. The research, importantly, confirmed our hypothesis that for some trafficked victims, as for victims of domestic violence, health care was a potential missed opportunity for early intervention. This publication is available as a digital download only.
(Un) Heard Voices is based on the results of a focus group with Asian immigrant women and Asian American women from different backgrounds. The report includes major recommendations to service providers and the Appendix Section includes national listing of organizations devoted to Asian battered women. This publication is available as a