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November 2017

By & For: The Unique Services, Experiences, and Approaches of LGBTQ Domestic Violence and Anti-Violence Agencies

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This report outlines the findings of a study with 24 LGBTQ culturally-specific domestic violence and anti-violence agencies across the country. The study examined the unique services and approaches of programs that are “by & for” LGBTQ communities.
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January 2015

There's No One I Can Trust: The Impact of Mandatory Reporting on the Help-Seeking and Wellbeing of Domestic Violence Survivors

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This report summarizes a study of over 3600 domestic violence survivors that examined their experience of mandatory reporting and explored how mandatory reporting affected their help-seeking strategies and overall wellbeing.
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December 2013

It Takes a Village, People! Advocacy, Friends and Family & LGBT Survivors of Abuse

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This toolkit discusses the unique opportunities in LGBTQ communities for engaging friends and family in advocacy and provides advocates with practical strategies for doing so.
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April 2004

Model Protocol on Working with Friends and Family of Domestic Violence Victims

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This manual provides guidance around beginning or enhancing work with friends or family of survivors as primary supports in his/her life.
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January 1999

Think, Rethink: Woman-to-Woman Domestic Violence

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This article provides basic information on domestic violence in same-sex relationships and outlines some of the differences between lesbian, trans, and bisexual survivors and the experiences of other survivors.