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The materials displayed here include curricula, online learning modules, recorded webinars and web conferences, videos, podcasts, and other tools that can help to enhance understanding of and capacity to prevent and address gender based violence. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
Curricula, online learning modules, recorded webinars and web conferences, videos, podcasts, and other tools. For assistance in locating a resource, use our online contact form.
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October 2019

DVAM! Advocacy and Male Survivors of Domestic Violence

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LGBTQ culturally specific programs have a long history of supporting bisexual men, transgender men, and gay men who have survived domestic violence. This webinar shares the North West Network’s approach to meaningfully supporting male survivors by centering the experiences of bi+, trans, and gay men, and shares tips and best practices in providing advocacy.
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September 2019

WEBINAR: DELTA FOCUS Stories: Lessons Learned from 3 Community-Based Initiatives

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On this 90-minute webinar, preventionists and change-makers in Alaska, Rhode Island, and North Carolina share their successes, surprises, pivots, and points of learning along their journeys, offering strategies and tools for those who wish to engage in this work or adapt similar projects for their own communities.
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August 2019

Strong Families Respect Each Other: What Native Youth Need to Know About Domestic Violence

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The National Indigenous Women's Resource Center's Native Youth Handbook, produced in partnership with the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, contains definitions on domestic violence, examples of controlling violence, what to do if you are experiencing domestic violence in any form, for family and friends of people experiencing domestic violence and how Native youth can lead the change to breaking the silence around domestic violence in their communities.
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August 2019

Strong Families Respect Each Other: What Native Youth Need to Know About the Connection Between Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

This handbook from the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, produced in partnership with the Native Youth Sexual Health Network, contains definitions on domestic violence and sexual assault, examples of sexual assault, myths and truths about sexual assault, what to do if you have been sexually assaulted, what to do if you know or think a friend or family member has experienced sexual assault, our power as life-givers and cool apps that can help prevent violence.
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June 2019

Law Enforcement Best Practices: Immigrant Domestic and Sexual Violence Victims, Language Access and the U and T Visa

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This presentation for law enforcement covers how investigations can be improved using language tools and how to hold officers more accountable by using the U Visa certification process as a crime fighting tool.
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June 2019

Successfully Investigating Sexual Assault Against Victims with Disabilities

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Written from a law enforcement perspective, this module offers information and guidance for first responders as well as investigators and prosecutors on investigating sexual assault against people with disabilities.
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June 2019

Toolkit for Work with Male Victims of Domestic Abuse

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The purpose of this Toolkit is primarily to support frontline workers in their work with male victims (in heterosexual or same-sex relationships). This work may be delivered from organizations supporting male victims or in any other setting where men might present as domestic abuse victims looking for information, advice and support. 
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May 2019

Mentoring Youth in the Foster Care System Toolkit

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By focusing on staff and mentor training, skill-building, and expanding social networks, mentoring programs can have a profound impact on the lives of youth who have experienced the foster care system. This toolkit is designed to help staff from mentoring programs that serve youth in foster care mitigate some of the challenges they face.
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May 2019

Law Enforcement Response: Approaching Your Work with a Trauma–Informed Lens

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This webinar provides insight into the surprising similarities of victims and police officers that will help connect the complex thought patterns of a victim in trying to survive the moment and in the long term.
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  • NRCDV Publications
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April 2019

WEBINAR: The Impact of Adultification on Child Survivors of Trauma with an Emphasis on Children of Color

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This webinar addresses the impact adultification has on children who experience trauma with an emphasis on black girls. Through storytelling, participants will learn about from presenter Jacqueline Miller’s story as it unfolds in three dimensions, revealing how to develop a framework for building resilience with youth and communities of color.
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April 2019

Is Your Agency Ready to Serve Transgender and Non-Binary Clients?

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This self-assessment tool is useful for agencies that work with sexual assault and domestic violence victims and survivors. This 14-page, self-guided evaluation examines both tangible and intangible features within an organization.
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March 2019

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

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Every survivor that domestic violence programs work with is a potential homicide victim. Advocates know this as they work with survivors, advocating on their behalf and building relationships with them and often their families. Domestic violence programs deal with the reality of knowing that a homicide could happen at any time, yet not allowing this knowledge to overpower their work with victims.