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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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March 2003
This report describes children's exposure to domestic violence, the needs of both parents and children in the context of domestic violence events, and the resources available to help them.
Authors: Jeffrey L. Edleson, Lyungai F. Mbilinyi, & Sudha Shetty
This brochure provides suggestions to parents on identifying teen dating violence, things to keep in mind when talking to teens who have been abused, and things to not say or do.
Authors: Crime and Violence Prevention Center
This guide provides ideas, best practices and strategies for domestic and sexual violence service providers and faith leaders to build partnerships that support older victims and survivors.
Authors: Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence and The National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life
This fact sheet developed for service providers working in rural and remote communities in Australia is based on knowledge and findings gained through the first phase the PADV approach. Identifies key priorities and practice recommendations.
Authors: Partnerships Against Domestic Violence
May 2015
This document is an analysis of data from a study of 309 Canadian women separated from an abusive partner to examine their use of services. Services studied included general health services, mental health services, social services, violence-specific services, and legal services.
Authors: Marilyn Ford-Gilboe, Colleen Varcoe, Marianne Noh, Judith Wuest, Joanne Hammerton, Eman Alhalal, and Camille Burnett
This checklist outlines certain elements/rules of a home in which there is peace, and is meant to serve as a conversation-starter and agreement for families.
Authors: Peace Games
April 2008
This news article discusses a recent study by Bair-Merritt (2008). Findings of the study underscore the need for pediatricians to screen mothers for domestic violence.
Authors: T. Neale
Provides information about peer-facilitated support groups for abused women, including a why they can be useful. Explains different formats that could be used, prescribes the role of the facilitators, and suggests information for potential facilitators.
Authors: Janet Freeman and Karen Larcombe
This document addresses the issue of screening for domestic violence among patients from diverse cultures. It provides guidelines for culturally competent practices in community health clinics.
Authors: Washington State Department of Health
January 2005
This select reading list includes books exploring gender socialization in U.S. culture.
Authors: Women's Center Library/North Hall, UC Davis