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January 2013

Responding to intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women: WHO clinical and policy guidelines

These guidelines aim to provide evidence-based guidance to health-care providers on the appropriate responses to intimate partner violence and sexual violence against women, including clinical interventions and emotional support. They also seek to raise awareness among health-care providers and policymakers of gender-based violence in order to improve health-sector response to the problem.
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January 2013

An Integrated Approach to Intimate Partner Violence and Reproductive Coercion

The goal of this toolkit is to present an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to service delivery in order to meet the needs of pregnant and parenting survivors of intimate partner violence and reproductive coercion.
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January 2013

Access to Healthcare for Immigrant Victims of Sexual Assault

Author(s): Leslye E. Orloff, Amanda Baran, Phoebe Mounts
This chapter describes the range of services an immigrant victim of sexual assault can access through different programs and services of the health care system.
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January 2013

Resilience and 4 Benefits to Sharing Your Story

Author(s): Sherry Hamby
This document provides the benefits of sharing your story to promote resilience.
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  • Training Tools
December 2012

Being Trauma-Informed: Expanding our Lenses

In many places, the trauma resulting from violence and other severe stressors has been addressed mainly by trained mental health workers. At the same time, research has explored the harmful effects of trauma and suggested ways to address them.
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December 2012

Defending Childhood: Protect, Heal, Thrive

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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December 2012

Integrating Trauma-Informed and Sexual and Reproductive Health Care in the Domestic HIV Response

Author(s): Sonia Rastogl
This Powerpoint outlines the importance of trauma-informed HIV services, histories of trauma across the lifespan, the impact of many instances of trauma on cognitive functioning, the impact of trauma on health, risk behaviors and immunofunction, and recommendations.
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October 2012

With Impunity: Men & Gender Violence

Author(s): Michael Paymar, Laura Goodman
The documentary With Impunity: Men & Gender Violence, examines realities and options for ending violence against women. The beliefs about manhood that allow men to exploit and use violence against women are ingrained in our culture. Impunity engages the thinking of leading historians, sociologists and practitioners to examine our past, cultural realities and options for ending gender-based violence.
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October 2012

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

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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  • NRCDV Publications
October 2012

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

Author(s): Cris M. Sullivan
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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September 2012

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

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

Author(s): Mary Louise Kelley
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.