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Family Violence Prevention Project Program Guide

General Material

The Safe Havens Family Violence Prevention Project (FVPP) is a year-long training, action and community-building program for congregations representing a full spectrum of faith communities from many different faiths and religions€Focusing on long-term changes that address the roots of violence in the home, the Family Violence Prevention Project helps survivors, clergy, laity, and service providers to create a common vision and collaborative model for ending family violence.

This is a hard copy publication. Copies can be requested from Safe Havens Interfaith Partnership Against Domestic Violence by calling 617-951-3980 or via email at info@interfaithpartners.org.