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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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September 2021

WEBINAR: Trenzando Financiamientos para la Adquisición, Desarrollo y Operación de Programas de Vivienda/Braiding Funding for the Acquisition, Development, and Operation of Housing Programs

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In this pre-recorded webinar, the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence (NRCDV) partnered with Diana “Dede” Yazzie-Devine, President and CEO of Native American Connections, an organization improving the lives of individuals and families through Native American culturally appropriate behavioral health, affordable housing, and community development services.
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September 2021

Actualizing Justice Institute / Instituto Haciendo Realidad la Justicia

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The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and the National LGBTQ Institute on IPV is pleased to host this this transformative opportunity for gender-based violence practitioners and researchers who engage in community-based participatory research to learn new methods, share skills, and create meaningful collaborations that will have a positive impact on their work in our communities. El Centro Nacional de Recursos sobre la Violencia Doméstica y el Instituto Nacional LGBTQ sobre Violencia de Parejas Íntimas se complacen en presentar esta oportunidad transformativa para les profesionales e investigadores de violencia basada en el género involucrades en prácticas de investigación participativa comunitaria para aprender nuevos métodos, compartir habilidades y crear colaboraciones significativas. 
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September 2021

How can domestic and sexual violence advocates center health equity for Black women in our work?

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Health is a basic human right and need. The September 2021 Technical Assistance Question of the Month (TAQ) shares select highlights from a newly released paper on health equity co-authored by staff at the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence and National Sexual Violence Resource Center.
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September 2021

Back to Basics: Partnering with Survivors and Communities to Promote Health Equity at the Intersections of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence

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This paper makes connections between health equity and our work to prevent sexual and intimate partner violence. It centers the stories of survivors at the intersections of systemic racism, violence, and oppression. It explores ways to build both individual and organizational capacity to address health inequity. And, it offers a call to action for those ready to commit to health equity in their gender-based violence prevention work.
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August 2021

How can faith communities support survivors experiencing domestic violence and housing instability?

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Survivors need flexible, affordable, and safe housing options to achieve safety and lasting stability. The August 2021 Technical Assistance Question of the Month (TAQ) explores how faith leaders can work to address domestic violence and support the housing needs of survivors in their communities.
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August 2021

Domestic Violence: Grants for Survivors and Advocates

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These funding opportunities are for survivors of domestic violence and domestic violence advocates. All grants are available to a national audience.
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July 2021

TA Bundle: Community Care & Resilience

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This Technical Assistance (TA) Bundle includes TA and training resources from NRCDV to support those who wish to invest in healing-centered community care. This approach nurtures resilient and equitable communities where those most marginalized can thrive. It fosters collective healing and liberation.
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July 2021

How are pandemic-era lessons impacting the ways we prevent sexual violence?

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Meeting the immediate needs of the community in the pandemic has a lot to do with preventing sexual violence. The July 2021 TA Question of the Month explores the ways in which sexual violence prevention work has shifted in response to lessons learned from COVID-19.
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June 2021

WEBINAR: Enhancing Services to Male-Identified Survivors Series Part 3: Gender Neutral Advocacy / Mejorando los Servicios para Sobrevivientes Autoidentificados como Hombres: La Intersesoria Genero Neutral

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In part three of the Enhancing Services to Male Survivors Series, the presenters engage in a discussion about how to meaningfully support survivors of all genders while maintaining & strengthening a collective, feminist analysis on gender, power, and violence. / En la tercera parte de la serie Mejorando los Servicios para los Sobrevivientes que se Autoidentifican como Hombres, los presentadores participan en una discusión sobre cómo apoyar de manera significativa a los sobrevivientes de todos los géneros mientras mantienen y fortalecen un análisis feminista colectivo sobre género, poder y violencia.
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June 2021

"I didn’t think people would take me seriously”: The Help-Seeking Strategies, Experiences, and Preferences of LGTBQ Survivors of Domestic Violence

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Lesbian, gay, bi, trans, and queer (LGBTQ) people experience domestic violence at the same or higher rates than heterosexual cisgender people. This research report shares common stories and experiences of over 574 LGBTQ survivors at non-LGBTQ and LGBTQ-specific organizations.
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June 2021

What do domestic violence programs need to know about coercive control to ensure survivor-specific and gender-inclusive supports for male-identified and people of all genders? (Part 2)

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Intimate partner violence programs must understand oppression and have processes in place that assess for power imbalances in individual relationships in order to competently serve male-identified individuals, survivors of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, and people of all genders. The June 2021 TA Question of the Month outlines what programs need to know about coercive control to ensure inclusive supports for survivors of all genders.
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May 2021

WEBINAR: Strengthening our Evidence Toolkit - Fortaleciendo Nuestra Caja de Herramientas de Evidencia en la Practica

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Research and evaluation can be powerful tools for community-based programs in the gender-based violence (GBV) field. However, these tools also have a history of being used to harm marginalized communities, overburden GBV staff and organizations, and reproduce systemic inequities. This webinar explores key strategies to conduct research and evaluation in ways that avoid replicating harms and instead center survivors and advance social justice.