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Outreach and Training for Local Faith-Based Organizations

This resource serves as a tool to assist domestic violence service providers with outreach and training to local faith-based organizations.
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Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence

Author(s): Mariame Kaba, J. Cyriac Mathew, Nathan Haines
This curriculum guide serves to contribute to the ongoing efforts by young people and their adult allies to analyze the root causes of youth violence and to create local solutions. It emphasizes the need for a holistic approach to addressing violence in the lives of young people.
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Addressing Violence Against Women in Middle and Low-Income Countries: A Multi-Sectoral Approach

This document briefly discusses the scope, magnitude, consequences, and causes of VAW, and highlights the importance of coordination between sector-specific approaches, civil society initiatives, and government institutions to address VAW. The document includes examples of national commissions and community-based networks to improve inter-sectoral coordination.
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Background Reading: DV, Trauma & Mental Health

This list compiled by the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health provides recommended background readings for anyone interested in learning more about domestic violence, trauma, and mental health.
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Building the Rhythm of Change: Developing Leadership and Improving Services Within the Battered Rural Immigrant Women's Community

Author(s): Gail Pendleton
This manual includes useful start-up tools such as a sample agenda, sample skits, a Power & Control Wheel, and a sample budget.
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Assisting Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence, Law Enforcement Guide

The guide also includes suggestions for responding to immigrant victims of domestic violence.
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For the Women of Katrina and Other Disasters: Protection from Violence Against Women and Children

This one-pager provides tips for women on how to protect themselves and their children as well as on how to support each other and bring forward womenÍs concerns and needs following a natural disaster. Information also available in Spanish.
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Women Ministries Handbook

This handbook for purchase is a resource for women’s ministries directors and leaders on how to start a women’s ministry in their congregation.
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Building Coalitions to Bring About Change

Reviews effective strategies for building successful coalitions; discusses issues are important to consider in building cross-class and multiracial collaborations; describes roles collaboration builders play in creating the most enduring coalitions.
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Coaching Boys into Men Playbook

This Playbook provides "teach-easy" tactics and teachable moments to illustrate ways coaches can role model and promote healthy choices and relationships among youth.
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Building Collaborations to Help Immigrant Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Author(s): Gail Pendleton
This presentation discusses updates on the visa process and means to collaborate to assist victims who apply. Congress created the visa to help both noncitizen victims of crime and law enforcement working with this vulnerable community. Domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crime victim advocates, mental health professionals and lawyers all have a role in making the visa work.