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January 2011

Domestic violence and traumatic brain injuries

This pamphlet provides information about signs and symptoms of traumatic brain injuries that are likely to result from domestic violence. The pamphlet also includes domestic violence screening questions for patients who have traumatic brain injuries.
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January 2011

PROTECT: Identifying and Protecting High Risk Victims of Gender Based Violence - an Overview

Author(s): Ute Rösemann, Branislava Marvanová Vargová, Regina Webhofer
This report summarizes project PROTECT which aims at contributing to the prevention and reduction of the most serious forms of gender-based violence against girls, young women and their children, such as grievous bodily harm, homicide and attempted homicide, including so-called honour crimes and killings.
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  • Training Tools
January 2011

Healthy Moms, Happy Babies: A Train the Trainers Curriculum on Domestic Violence, Reproductive Coercion and Children Exposed

Author(s): Linda Chamberlain, Rebecca Levenson
This curriculum provides training, tools, and resources to help home visitation staff address the complex and sometimes uncomfortable issue of domestic violence. When it comes to promoting health and safety outcomes for women and children impacted by domestic violence, there is a methodology to effective assessment, primary prevention, and anticipatory guidance messaging during home visits. These tools have been designed to facilitate safety planning and supported referrals to domestic violence programs.
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January 2011

Consumer Rights Screening Tool for Domestic Violence Advocates and Lawyers

Author(s): Erika A. Sussman, Leah Plunkett
This tool is meant to be used by attorneys and advocates working with domestic violence survivors to help them determine if a client might be facing consumer law issues that would necessitate referral to a consumer rights attorney or advocate.
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  • Training Tools
January 2011

Building Child Welfare Response to Child Trafficking

This handbook provides policies, protocols and forms for incorporating child trafficking identification and response mechanisms into state and private child welfare systems using Illinois as a case study.
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January 2011

Human Trafficking Assessment for Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Programs

The following document contains questions that can be used to assess a client for potential signs that she/he has been a victim of human trafficking.
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  • General Material
January 2011

Real Tools: Responding to Multi-Abuse Trauma: A Tool Kit to Help Advocates and Community Partners Better Serve People with Multiple Issues

Author(s): Debi S. Edmund, Patricia J. Bland
This toolkit focuses on survivors of multi-abuse trauma - those who are affected by multiple issues that negatively affect safety, health, or well-being. It offers practical tools for advocates and community partners, such as health and mental heath care providers, to address the complex needs of survivors of multi-abuse trauma, no matter where survivors enter the social service system.
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October 2010

SEEING Beyond Abuse

Author(s): Jessica L. Young
This article offers an overview of the consequenses of trauma to the eye that may be suffered by victims of abuse, highlighting the connection between domestic violence and glaucoma. It urges appropriate screening and intervention for eye care providers.
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August 2010

Early Childhood Trauma

This resource provides information about symptoms and protective factors for young children who have been exposed to trauma.
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July 2010

VHA Directive: Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Programming

This directive advices VA facilities on the appropriate programming and requirements for addressing MST. Of note is the directive for universal screening practices and free care for MST-related services for all veterans.
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June 2010

Incorporating Primary Prevention at the Various Levels of Victim Services

Author(s): Jenny Dills
In this presentation, Jenny Dills, the Prevention Coordinator at the Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, guided participants through an activity in which they were asked — from a coalition viewpoint — to think about primary prevention as it relates to victim services, secondary services and tertiary services.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • General Material
April 2010

Making Distinctions Between Different Types of Intimate Partner Violence: A Preliminary Guide

Author(s): Rachel Derrington, Michael Johnson, Anne Menard, Theodora Ooms, Scott Stanley
This paper summarizes discussions held at an invitational conference designed to bring together key scholars and practitioners from the healthy marriage and domestic violence fields to address a complex issue-different types of intimate partner violence and their implications for practice.