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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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December 2020

WEBINAR: Reducing Violent Behavior

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Survivors in contact with a partner or parent who is abusive cannot rely on leaving a relationship or physical separation to end the violence, abuse, or control. For them to be safer, the violent behavior must be reduced, and they’ll need options to meet basic need and be well. This webinar features Jacquelyn Boggess, Lisa Nitsch, Juan Carlos Areán, and Jill Davies in an important conversation about supporting behavior change, safety planning, and our advocacy.
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December 2020

Why should advocates and preventionists incorporate Disability Justice into their work?

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People with disabilities matter; that is why Disability Justice matters. In the December 2020 TA Question of the Month, Skylar Kantola, Jody Powers, and Cierra Olivia Thomas Williams explore the intersections of Disability Justice and domestic and sexual violence prevention and advocacy.
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November 2020

NRCDV Radio Episode 38: Policy & Advocacy in Action: Survivors Know Best

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In the latest episode of Policy & Advocacy in Action, Marium Durrani, NRCDV's Director of Policy and Tannia Ventura, FreeFrom's Director of Service Provider Engagement & Education, discuss FreeFrom's report entitled: Survivors Know Best: How to Disrupt Intimate Partner Violence During COVID-19 and Beyond.
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November 2020

How can mainstream advocates and domestic violence programs enhance services and supports to older African American survivors?

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Older African Americans experience crime and violence at the intersection of race, age, class and other identities. In the November 2020 TA Question of the Month, Juanita Davis explains how mainstream advocates and programs can do the vital work of building literacy about the history of privilege, the impact of racism on the lived experiences of African Americans and the impact of intersecting oppressions in the context of domestic violence.
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October 2020

WEBINAR: Re-centering: Indiana's Movement to Ground Domestic Violence Programs in Survivor-Defined Success

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In this webinar from the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, presenters from the Indiana Coalition will discuss the processes for working together, data collection strategies, key findings, limitations, and next steps.
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October 2020

National Call for Unity 2020: One Voice for Survivors Justice

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Every year the National Call for Unity kicks off Domestic Violence Awareness Month by offering an opportunity to mourn, celebrate, and connect with advocates from national, state, and community-based organizations, governmental agencies, allied movements, survivors and their family and friends.
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October 2020

What housing assistance is available to immigrant survivors during COVID-19?

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Immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, and human trafficking face unique challenges when accessing and maintaining safe housing, many of which have been exacerbated by COVID-19. In the October 2020 TA Question of the Month, authors clarify some misconceptions about immigrant survivors’ eligibility for housing and homeless assistance, as well as provide resources and tools with more detailed information supporting advocacy on behalf of immigrant survivors.
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September 2020

WEBINAR: Honoring Survivors’ Spiritual Needs: Supporting Jewish, Catholic, and Muslim Survivors of Domestic Violence

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For many survivors, spirituality and religious beliefs are an integral part of their healing journey. As advocates, we must recognize the importance of this influence and should learn ways to provide the support they need while respecting survivors’ faith traditions. This webinar will help advocates adopt a faith-sensitive lens and will offer best practices for supporting families who are guided by their faith.
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September 2020

Universal Prayer: A Moment of Silence

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The Domestic Violence Awareness Project's Universal Prayer offers a message of healing and hope during Domestic Violence Awareness Month and beyond.
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Opening Panel: Advancing Our Collective Liberation

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. The opening session, Advancing Our Collective Liberation, centers the goals of the town hall, allowing space for panelists from each state to respond to questions posed by participants in order to offer inspiration and explore new ideas for moving our work forward.
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Breakout Session 2A: Intersecting Pandemics

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. This session explores how and why the COVID-19 crisis has impacted communities of color and women differently than white communities.
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September 2020

National Prevention Town Hall 2020 Breakout Session 1A: Building Trust with Communities: Revisioning Our Work

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In September 2020, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence held its first National Prevention Town Hall. In this session, presenters Amanda Ajrouche, Phalguna Siddapureddy, Amanda Barratt share lessons learned from their experiences with building community trust and engaging in prevention work in different communities across Michigan.