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End Abuse Wisconsin: The Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence Content Topic Results

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December 2014

Indicators of Elder Abuse Among Older Patients

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A recorded webinar created by the Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse Coalition in Selby County, Memphis, TN. This training is part of a 3 year elder abuse project in Memphis, funded by the Plough Foundation.
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April 2012

Domestic Violence Homicide Response Plan: A Toolkit for Domestic Violence Programs

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This toolkit starts from the reality that any community can experience a domestic violence homicide. Building collaborative relationships, including with clergy, prior to a crisis is of utmost importance to establish the foundation and spirit with which your response will be handled. This document provides a framework for programs and their communities to develop a plan that will provide guidance in responding to a domestic violence homicide, whether the victim had been a client or not.
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Guide to Knowledge and Skills for Children and Youth Advocates in Wisconsin Domestic Violence Programs

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The guide offers an introduction to the basic knowledge and skills, divided by topics, that are important for children and youth (CY) advocates in Wisconsin domestic violence programs. It is a training tool for new CY advocates and their supervisors to use together. The guide is divided into two sections. The "Knowledge" section includes topics that children and youth advocates should become familiar with. These topics are arranged in approximate order of their importance to the job. The "Skills" section includes skills needed to do the job.
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December 2011

The Forward Wisconsin Initiative: A Shared Vision For Preventing Interpersonal Violence

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In 2009, representatives from the Wisconsin Departments of Health Services, and Children and Families, the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, the Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse, the Wisconsin Children's Trust Fund, the Child Abuse Prevention Fund of Children's Hospital and Health System, and Children's Service Society of Wisconsin joined in a collaboration called "The Forward Wisconsin Initiative: Preventing Interpersonal Violence" to enhance efforts to change social norms and community tolerance for violence.
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  • General Material
December 2011

A Practical Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Disability, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Organizations

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This guidebook focuses on the impact of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other forms of trauma on people with disabilities. It describes four conditions for a trauma-informed organization and provides tips on trauma-informed practices, creating organizational change, and providing universal safeguards.
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Connected Cultures Leadership and Skill Building Institute

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In 2010, this twelve-month training program brought together survivors and individuals from diverse communities to explore, learn, and develop leadership skills to contribute to domestic violence prevention efforts.
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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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January 2010

Advocacy For Survivors of Abuse in Later Life

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This issue of the Coalition Chronicles examines abuse in later life, how to identify it, effective interventions and strategies for keeping elder victims safe.
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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 2009

Forward To A Domestic Violence-Free Wisconsin: Statewide Plan for the Primary Prevention of Domestic Violence

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As part of CDC's DELTA program, Wisconsin developed this five-year strategic plan to using a public health approach to benefit the largest group possible; it builds the capacity of individuals, organizations, and systems to more effectively identify, implement, and evaluate strategies that can prevent first-time perpetration.
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January 1999

Think, Rethink: Woman-to-Woman Domestic Violence

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This article provides basic information on domestic violence in same-sex relationships and outlines some of the differences between lesbian, trans, and bisexual survivors and the experiences of other survivors.
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Coalition Chronicles 32-2: Violence in Relationships Across the Lifespan

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This issue of the Chronicles highlights an important aspect of advocacy—helping survivors of any age or ability to heal and enhance other relationships in their lives.