Domestic Violence: Intervention

This area contains information on the development and delivery of safe and appropriate services for victims of domestic violence and their children, offering tools for advocates or counselors in community-based domestic violence programs as well as helping professionals in human service arenas or institutional settings who encounter domestic violence victimization in their work. Materials explore approaches addressing intersecting life circumstances or co-occurring issues.

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July 2014
This webinar describes the linkage between the urgent need to protect domestic violence victims and their pets from further abuse and the comfort that pets can provide, especially in times of stress and trauma.
Authors: Allie Phillips, Sheltering Animals and Families Together Program (SAF-T Program)
May 2014
This webinar explores research-based information to increase practitioners understanding of the unique needs and risk factors of the population and review materials on effective practices that can be incorporated into their everyday work.
Authors: Ivonne Ortiz and Susan Spagnuolo
April 21, 2014
This webinar, held on Monday, April 21, 2014, provided information for both victim advocates working in shelter settings as well as birth doulas, regarding the identification and impact of domestic violence and abuse in pregnant women. Likewise, the benefits of a partnership between these two groups was discussed as a way to further improve pregnancy and birth outcomes for pregnant survivors.
Authors: Pam Glenn
April 2014
Raising awareness and education about an issue is one of the first steps to mobilizing and organizing communities to action. This toolkit was designed to provide LGBTQ communities with strategies to create dialogue on intimate partner violence in communities of color, ways to support survivors, and identify resources for intimate partner violence.
Authors: The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs
April 2014
Raising awareness and education about an issue is one of the rst steps to mobilizing and organizing communities to action. This toolkit was designed to provide our communities with strategies to create dialogue on transgender intimate partner violence, ways to support survivors, and identify resources for intimate partner violence.
Authors: The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs
March 10, 2014
On this webinar, Dr. Michele Decker discussed the link between dating/domestic violence and women's exposure to HIV. Ways to raise awareness, decrease stigma and increase services for HIV+ women were shared for crisis counselors, domestic violence victim advocates and shelter managers.
Authors: National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
March 2014
Sabemos que el responder de manera efectiva a la violencia requiere de un conocimiento profundo de las realidades vividas por aquellos que experimentan dicha violencia. Con este objetivo, el seminario presentó herramientas y materiales culturalmente relevantes para responder a la violencia en las comunidades latinas en colaboración con y bajo el liderazgo de dichas comunidades.
Authors: Heidi Notario and Ivonne Ortiz
February 2014
This toolkit is meant to provide transitional housing providers with easy access to information and resources to enhance services to survivors.
Authors: National Network to End Domestic Violence
2014
This toolkit includes ideas on integrating economic empowerment into advocates’ work with survivors of domestic violence.
Authors: Bradley Angle
2014
This infographic, designed for sharing widely via social media, describes eight warning signs of an abusive relationship. One version was designed for youth ages 14-21, while another was developed for young adults ages 21 and up.
Authors: Beauty Cares