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  • General Material
December 2013

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

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Friends and family report that they want to help, but they don’t know what to do. This toolkit reinforces a simple task: to use your core advocacy skills to help survivors build their support networks.
  • General Material
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.
  • General Material
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.