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January 2013

DO YOU: Building Youth Resilience through Creative Expression

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This uncurriculum and facilitator’s guide was developed to promote resilience among teens and counteract negative factors that lead violence victimization/perpetration, sexual harassment, and gender based bullying.
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  • General Material
January 2013

We Rise! Children, Trauma, and Resilience

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This document provides multiple activities and events to encourage young people to work through challenges related to violence that informed the development of a community mural.
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January 2013

Breathe2Relax

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This mobile app provides exercises to help uses manage stress.
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January 2013

Six Ways to Ground Yourself When You’re Feeling Anxious

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This document provides steps to help reduce anxiety.
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  • General Material
December 2012

Defending Childhood: Protect, Heal, Thrive

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Defending Childhood: Protect Heal Thrive by the Attorney Generals National Task Force on Children Exposed to Violence, US Department of Justice (December 2012)
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  • NRCDV Publications
October 2012

Examining the Work of Local Domestic Violence Programs within a "Social and Emotional Well-Being Promotion" Conceptual Framework

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This paper examines the work of domestic violence programs within a "social and emotional well-being" framework. It first elucidates how domestic violence negatively impacts survivors' and their children's well- being, and which factors have been shown to restore this well-being over time. It then describes the Theory of Change that is at the foundation of domestic violence programs' work, and details how domestic violence programs creatively engage with survivors and their children to influence the factors known to promote their well-being.
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October 2012

Helping Children Recover from Exposure to Trauma: Resources for Child Care Providers and Parents

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This is a document provides information on helping children recover from trauma. It provides links to resources and training modules for early childhood educators.
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September 2012

Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event

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Natural disasters such as tornados, or man-made tragedies such as bombings, can leave children feeling frightened, confused, and insecure. Whether a child has personally experienced trauma or has merely seen the event on television or heard it discussed by adults, it is important for parents and teachers to be informed and ready to help if reactions to stress begin to occur. This guide is for parents, caregivers, and teachers.
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August 2012

Meeting Survivors' Needs Through Non-Residential Domestic Violence Services and Supports: Results of a Multi-State Study - Interview with Anne Menard and Eleanor Lyon

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In this podcast series, Mary Louise Kelley is joined by Anne Menard and Eleanor Lyon to discuss a study focused on nonresidential domestic violence services.
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May 2012

Promoting Recovery and Resilience for Children and Youth Involved in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare Systems

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This document reports on the SAMSHA initiatives to promote appropriate care for young people involved in the juvenile justice or child welfare systems who have experience trauma. 
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February 2012

Locating Mental Health & Substance Abuse Supports for Survivors: A Reference Sheet for Domestic Violence Advocates

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This document contains resources that you can use to locate additional supports for survivors who are experiencing mental health or substance abuse conditions.
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January 2012

It’s time... to talk to your children about healthy sexuality

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This is a fact sheet that provides a scenario and discussion to promote a conversation between youth and caregivers around healthy sexual development.