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The materials displayed here include practice guides, research briefs and reports, policy papers, information packets, Technical Assistance Guidance (TAG) documents, webinar recordings, videos, brochure templates, and other publications of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
Practice guides, research briefs and reports, policy papers, information packets, Technical Assistance Guidance (TAG) documents, webinar recordings, videos, and brochure templates. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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February 2020

How can advocates raise awareness about emotional abuse for Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month (TDVAM)?

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While these abuse tactics are certainly not exclusive to teens and can show up in relationships between people of any age, young people experience emotional abuse at alarming rates. NRCDV's February 2020 TA Question of the Month explores how advocates can take action to prevent emotional abuse and to promote safe and healthy relationship norms for teens. 
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January 2020

WEBINAR: Beyond Domestic Violence Awareness Month: Easy Ways to Actively Engage your Communities in DV Awareness after October

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Each October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month is recognized as a time to bring attention to the issue of domestic violence in communities across the country, share stories of survivors of violence, remember and honor individuals who lost their lives due to senseless acts of violence, raise awareness of trauma-informed approaches, and promote the resources organizations have to offer. In this webinar, presenters discuss ways in which organizations can use the energy and inspiration from DVAM to drive year-round awareness and prevention efforts.
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January 2020

Policy & Advocacy in Action: Let’s Talk Human Trafficking

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In observance of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, NRCDV Radio's Policy & Advocacy in Action program chats with Maja Hasic, Human Trafficking Program Director for Tapestri. Discussing the challenges faced by survivors of human trafficking, Hasic explains Tapestri’s role as an anti-human trafficking organization for refugee and immigrants survivors.
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January 2020

How can domestic violence advocates better serve Muslim women in shelter?

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As domestic violence shelters build capacity to serve diverse populations and strive to become culturally competent, it is important for advocates to understand how they can have a direct impact on the outcome of the survivor’s path. In NRCDV's January 2020 TA Question of the Month, guest writer Saman Quraeshi offers strategies for supporting Muslim women in shelter.
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January 2020

National Workgroup on Safe Housing for American Indian and Alaska Native Survivors of Gender-Based Violence: Lessons Learned

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In June 2019, a group of domestic violence organizations convened to establish a National Workgroup on Safe Housing for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Survivors of Gender-Based Violence. This report details themes that emerged from the convening, lessons learned, and recommendations for increasing access to safe and affordable housing for AI/AN survivors of gender-based violence.
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January 2020

Colonization, Homelessness, and the Prostitution and Sex Trafficking of Native Women

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This paper seeks to illustrate the impact of human trafficking on Native women and girls in our times, with particular attention to the historical context in the United States and the interconnection between trafficking and housing instability.
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December 2019

Smiles for the Soul: The Advocate’s Scrapbook of Strength, Wisdom & Wellness

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This Technical Assistance (TA) Bundle includes TA Questions (TAQs), podcasts, and webinars from NRCDV featuring resources and personal stories from advocates and survivors on self-care, resilience and best practices for sustaining our passion and well being.
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December 2019

What can advocates do to help survivors stay warm in the winter?

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Utility service is a critical part of establishing a safe and healthy home. In NRCDV's December 2019 TA Question of the Month, guest writer Elizabeth Marx offers strategies for assisting survivors to connect and maintain essential utility services through the cold winter months – and throughout the year.
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November 2019

How can allies support trans and genderqueer communities for Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) and beyond?

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Holding a Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) event is a strong show of support for the trans and genderqueer communities. If you are thinking about organizing one in your area, there are a number of important considerations before finalizing your plans. In NRCDV's November 2019 TA Question of the Month, guest author Miller Hoffman offers key considerations for allies.
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October 2019

How can movement building support our efforts for social change and collective thriving?

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In 2014, the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence began to lay a foundation for movement building. In NRCDV's October 2019 TA Question of the Month, writers from the Idaho Coalition discuss their efforts to end patriarchy, sexism, racism, nationalism, classism, homophobia, transphobia, able-ism, audism, anti-semitism, religious discrimination, and xenophobia/anti-immigrant sentiment through movement building.
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October 2019

Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence Need Paid Safe Days

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Nearly 20 million people experience domestic violence, sexual violence or stalking by intimate partners every year in the United States. Nearly 1,300 women die from intimate partner violence and nearly two million are injured each year. This fact sheet outlines how a national paid sick and safe days standard would help provide victims and survivors the support and job stability they need to escape and address violence.
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October 2019

Victim-Defined Advocacy Beyond Leaving: Safer through Strategies to Reduce Violent Behavior

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This paper explores strategies to reduce violent behavior, both physical violence and all other forms of abuse,  using a victim-defined approach. It recognizes that reducing violence is central to our mission, difficult, and long been a part of our advocacy to make victims safer.