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September 2011

Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online

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This guide offers advice for parents of kids at different ages about safe online socialization and communication, mobile phone use, and peer-to-peer filesharing. It reviews parental controls and privacy protections for pre-teens.
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September 2011

Kids and Socializing Online

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This document offers tips to parents on how they can talk to their children about social networking sites and using these sites safely.
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July 2011

Cyberbullying, Sexting, and Predators, Oh My! Addressing Youth Risk in the Digital Age in a Positive and Restorative Manner

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This resource addresses the key areas of risk associated with the use of digital technologies by young people. The major message presented is that it is necessary to delete the “oh my” reaction and address these concerns in a manner that is positive and restorative.
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May 2011

Supporting Parenting in Shelter Webinar

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This 1.5 hour webinar explores practical approaches to supporting parenting in shelter. The presenters offer suggestions for policy change, making space for parenting, and for providing survivor centered advocacy that helps rebuild parent/child bonds and resiliency.
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January 2011

Evidence-Based Practices for Children Exposed to Violence: A Selection from Federal Databases

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This document gathers federal research about programs that serve children exposed to violence and includes a summary of the practices associated with successful results.
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January 2011

Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence Growing Together Project: An Analysis of Focus Groups with Mothers and Youth Statewide

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In 2011, WCADV conducted 6 adult and 2 youth focus groups at DV programs in eight locations around Wisconsin. The purpose of these groups was to understand more about how DV has affected mother-child relationships and learn more about what these mothers and children need from DV programs. The focus groups were supplemented with information gathered from children in support groups in local domestic violence programs. See more of WCADVs materials on Children and Youth at: http://www.wcadv.org/ourwork/children-and-youth
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December 2010

Addressing Domestic Violence, Child Safety and Well-being: Collaborative Strategies for California Families

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This report is designed to identify the progress that has been achieved in California over the past decade and make policy recommendations for the state that will not only improve responses to the families affected by domestic violence but begin to put in place strategies for prevention.
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April 2010

Mothers in the Military: Punishing Mothers Who Serve

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* See Women and War, where journalists, experts, female soldiers and veterans share their experiences and discuss issues including women in combat, sexual assault in the military and inadequate benefits for female veterans.
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January 2010

Command Indiscretion

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This article highlights some of the challenges experienced by military women while deployed related to sexual violence, reproductive justice, motherhood and other issues.
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January 2010

Supporting the Mother/Child Bond to Build Strength & Resiliency: Strategies for Domestic Violence Advocates

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This document offers 13 key elements of a strong mother/child relationship for families who have lived with domestic violence and offers concrete suggestions for advocacy and support.
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January 2010

The Needs of Children in Domestic Violence Shelters

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This toolkit for service providers is a teaching tool and guide for understanding how trauma from domestic violence impacts children and how best to serve these children's needs. Although it was designed for use by shelter-based and other domestic violence direct service providers in North Carolina, it has broad applicability.
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January 2010

Battered Mothers Involved with Child Protective Services: Learning from Immigrant, Refugee, and Indigenous Womens Experiences

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This report presents voices of immigrant, refugee, and indigenous women survivors on their experiences with the Child Protective Services. The report aims to inform and enhance the child protective services system.