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March 2019

How can DV programs use the arts to promote healing and inspire action for social change?

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Taking time to create and play with the arts can be incredibly empowering and can promote healing for survivors. NRCDV's March 2019 TA Question of the Month offers strategies for incorporating the arts in domestic violence programs as a tool for healing and social change.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
July 2018

How can therapeutic horticulture help meet the complex needs of domestic violence survivors and their children?

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Therapeutic horticulture can be implemented in a broad range of settings, including domestic violence shelters, often as an adjunct to core services and programming. NRCDV's July 2018 TA Question of the Month highlights the benefits of establishing voluntary garden and farm programs for shelter/safe house staff, residents, and domestic violence agencies.
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  • General Material
June 2017

A to Z Advocacy Model: Asians and Pacific Islanders Build an Inventory of Evidence-Informed Practices

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The A-Z Advocacy Model captures a do-everything-it-takes approach by undertaking an inventory of practices and analyzing their underlying principles in API-serving programs. 
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
July 2015

WEBINAR: Expanding Safety and Support Services For Survivors of Domestic Violence and Their Pets

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This webinar reviewed 1) ways to provide safe shelter to survivors and their pets, 2) details regarding National SAF-T day, 3) new legislation that protects victims and pets from further abuse, and 4) an overview of the Safe Havens Mapping Project.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
June 2015

WEBINAR: Trauma-Informed Birth Support for Survivors of Abuse

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This webinar provides information on the impact of trauma in pregnancy and childbirth and outlines how a partnership between advocates and birth workers in the community may be of benefit to pregnant survivors of domestic or sexual violence. Together, victim advocacy and doula skills can set in motion a new beginning for healthier relationships between survivors of abuse and their newborns.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
  • General Material
May 2015

Trauma-Informed Birth Support: Survivor + Doula + Advocate

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This pamphlet reviews the connections between pregnancy, childbirth, and trauma, and offers information, resources, and tips for advocates and birth doulas to support trauma-informed birth experiences for survivors of domestic violence.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
April 2015

WEBINAR: Addressing the Needs of Youth Experiencing Homelessness and Abuse

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This webinar focused on the intersections of relationship violence and sex trafficking among runaway and homeless youth. Experts in this field of service suggested a variety of ways that individuals, organizations, and communities can provide effective support to youth experiencing violence and abuse while living in unstable housing situations.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
September 2014

Why Pets Mean So Much: The Human-Animal Bond in the Context of Intimate Partner Violence

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Developed by the Animal Welfare Institute, this Technical Assistance Guidance explores ways that victim advocates can assist survivors of domestic violence and their pets when seeking safety and refuge from abuse.
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  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
July 2014

WEBINAR: Sheltering Animals and Families Together: Expanding safety and support services for survivors while helping to protect their pets

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This webinar describes the linkage between the urgent need to protect domestic violence victims and their pets from further abuse and the comfort that pets can provide, especially in times of stress and trauma.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
April 2014

WEBINAR: Trauma-Informed Birth Support for Survivors of Abuse

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This webinar, held on Monday, April 21, 2014, provided information for both victim advocates working in shelter settings as well as birth doulas, regarding the identification and impact of domestic violence and abuse in pregnant women. Likewise, the benefits of a partnership between these two groups was discussed as a way to further improve pregnancy and birth outcomes for pregnant survivors.
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  • General Material
  • NRCDV Publications
  • Training Tools
March 2014

WEBINAR: The Monument Quilt: Creating a public culture of support for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault

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This training introduces listeners to The Monument Quilt, an on-going collection of stories from survivors of rape and abuse to transform our current culture of public shame into a culture of public support.
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January 2014

Stand4Respect

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The Stand4Respect campaign is a joint effort of the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s prevention team and of the Coalition’s Youth Council because “we believe that we are most effective when youth and adults work together to develop cool and relevant prevention plans.”