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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.
Black and blue vinyl bumper stickers drive home the message: "There's No Excuse for Domestic Violence". 3 x 11 inches in size.
Together we can heal and grow Available as a PDF download in English and Spanish only at this time. This card supports healthcare providers, home visitors and case managers in engaging parents and caregivers caring for young children in a resiliency-based conversation about the impacts of trauma, including discrimination, and uplifting adult-child
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 Transgender, Gender Queer, or Gender Non-Conforming people or in LGBTQ health settings. The PDF download
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
Voices from Our Movement Part 1/3 – Connecting the Dots: Racism, Oppression, and Work to End Domestic, Sexual, and Intimate Violence$0.00
This resource is Part 1/3 of the Voices from Our Movement Anti-Racism video series, please follow the link below for additional resources on how to utilize these videos. For accompanying discussion questions + facilitator tips, transcripts, and resources please visit: https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/health/racism
Voices from Our Movement Part 2/3 – Racism in the Anti-Violence Movement: Impacts on Survivors, Advocates, and Communities$0.00
This resource is Part 2/3 of the Voices from Our Movement Anti-Racism video series, please see Part 1/3 before viewing, and follow the link below for additional resources. For accompanying discussion questions + facilitator tips, transcripts, and resources please visit: https://www.futureswithoutviolence.org/health/racism
Voices from Our Movement Part 3/3 – Transformation is Now: Toward an Integrated, Intersectional Movement$0.00
This resource is Part 3/3 of the Voices from Our Movement Anti-Racism video series, before viewing please view parts 1 and 2 of this series, and follow the link below for additional resources on how to utilize these videos. For accompanying discussion questions + facilitator tips, transcripts, and resources please visit:
Written and directed by Christina Nicolaidis, MD for health care providers, Voices of Survivors addresses the dynamics of domestic violence, its prevalence, and the need for providers to routinely assess patients for abuse. This 30 minute video offers specific step by step instructions on how to assess, intervene, address patient safety, and
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
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
This handbook is an essential resource for advocates and volunteers at shelters, legal assistance programs, and others seeking to improve services to battered immigrant women. This publication is available as a digital download only in English and Spanish.
Our new approach, which highlights what everyone deserves in any relationship, proves to be an important strategy for home visitors working with young moms. It helps them frame a supportive conversation that meets young mothers where they are. Ultimately, the card provides a platform to segue into a conversation that