Developing A Framework To Provide Transitional Housing For Survivors Of Domestic Violence: Teleconference Summary
This summary provides information on MIÕs efforts to develop a feminist, empowerment-based framework for providing transitional supportive housing for survivors of domestic violence. It describes who was interviewed and gives a brief summary of the results of the study, which includes information on eligibility, services offered, rules and regulations, safety, relationship with staff, most helpful services and what would happen if transitional housing had not been available.
This paper describes results from interviews with 55 women across six transitional housing supportive housing programs in a midwestern state. Women's recommendations for transitional housing are discussed.
The Impact of the Violence Against Women Act of 2005 (VAWA) on the Housing Rights and Options of Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence
This Q&A document explains the key housing provisions of VAWA 2005, including housing-related grant programs, amendments to public housing and section 8 regarding eviction defense, eligibility, and portability, HMIS changes, and new planning requirements.