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Results displayed are grouped first by VAWnet Special Collections then by individual related materials. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
total results: 3  | date published date added a-z

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October 2004

Self-Sufficiency and Safety: The Case for Onsite Domestic Violence Services at Employment Services Agencies

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This report highlights some of the barriers to employment that many domestic violence survivors experience, service needs, and outcomes.
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October 2004

Addressing Domestic Violence as a Barrier to Work: Building Collaborations between Domestic Violence Service Providers and Employment Services Agencies

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The report describes and recommends practices including collaboration, training, and screening/referral.
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January 2004

Pathways to and from Homelessness: Women And Children In Chicago Shelters

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Shelter supervisors and staff were also interviewed as to their perception of the needs of the shelter residents. Information about the women such as age, residence, education, health, criminal records, public benefits, children and repeated homelessness are detailed in the report. Additionally, factors contributing to the women's homelessness, and recommendations are also provided.