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February 2012

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): What DV Victim Advocates Should Know to Help Survivors

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This webinar is designed to help state and local domestic violence advocates learn more about the EITC and other tax credits, and why free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax preparation sites are an important community resource for survivors. The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is the federal government's largest program benefiting low-wage working families, but the IRS estimates that 20 to 25 percent of qualifying taxpayers miss out on thousands of dollars every year because they fail to claim it. This webinar is designed to help state and local domestic violence advocates learn more about the EITC and other tax credits, and why free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) tax preparation sites are an important community resource for survivors.
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February 2010

The Facts on Adolescent Pregnancy, Reproductive Risk and Exposure to Dating and Family Violence

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Violence limits young women's ability to manage their reproductive health and exposes them to sexually transmitted diseases. This fact sheet outlines ways that violence affects reproductive health and impacts risky sexual behaviors.
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January 2010

Study: Many Victims of Partner Violence Experience Reproductive Coercion

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This page highlights findings from a groundbreaking study examining the relationship between intimate partner violence, reproductive coercion, and unintended pregnancy.
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January 2009

Connect: Supporting Children Exposed to Domestic Violence - In-service Training for Resource Families, a Trainer's Guide and Tools

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This resource is a basic training session on the dynamics of domestic violence, the impact of exposure to domestic violence (DV) on children, and strategies for supporting children who have been exposed to DV. It is appropriate for foster parents, kin caregivers, and adoptive parents with all levels of experience in caring for children who have been exposed to domestic violence, or who may have cause to care for these children in the future. 
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Supervised Visitation: Information for Mothers Who Have Been Abused

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Excerpt: "This Guide is about supervised visitation programs. It was written specifically for mothers who are afraid of their children's father or were abused by him. Every supervised visitation program is different. You have a right to ask questions and to understand how the staff will supervise visits with your children." Contents Include:
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The Gender Box / Act Like a Man

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The Costs of Male Training

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Fathering After Violence: Working with Abusive Fathers in Supervised Visitation

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This guide was developed to assist Safe Havens grantees who want to enhance the safety and well-being of women and children by working more deliberately with abusive fathers who use the centers to visit their children. These interventions are based on the learnings from the Fathering After Violence Initiative, developed by the Family Violence Prevention Fund (FVPF) and five current and past SVP grantees with funding from the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW).
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October 2005

A Call to Men: Ending Domestic Violence, Becoming Part of the Solution

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This web seminar discusses strategies for working with men and boys to prevent intimate partner violence.