The purpose of this 4-part Technical Assistance Guidance (TAG) series, Serving Black Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence, is to give advocates the tools and practical strategies to identify, reach, and effectively serve Black women-identified survivors of intimate partner violence.
As a field, we must continue to boldly design and create innovative approaches to service provision. Part 1 is a resource offering practical strategies and best practices for creating survivor-centered, culturally responsive, trauma-informed, strengths-based care and advocacy that leads to real-world change. In this paper, the authors explore the experiences of Black women-identified survivors in the U.S., and explore what truly responsive and affirming programming looks like.
Access the full Serving Black Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence TAG series:
- Part 1: Providing Survivor-Centered, Culturally Responsive, Trauma-Informed, Strengths-Based Care
- Part 2: Taking an Intersectional Approach
- Part 3: Understanding Reproductive Coercion, Non-Fatal Strangulation, and Intimate Partner Homicide
- Part 4: Using a Web of Trauma to Understand Black Women Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence