Overview

Resources and Materials

Whether you’re a seasoned advocate, a student, or a community member interested in learning more about domestic violence, our user-friendly resource library is a great tool for you. We have compiled an extensive database of publications, images, websites, webinars and more — all dedicated to understanding the dynamics of abuse, prevention strategies and community solutions. 

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Webinar

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Campaign

CBS Bay Area’s You Deserve to Be Safe Campaign
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CBS Bay Area’s You Deserve to Be Safe Campaign

You’ve seen the staggering number of people, families, and communities domestic violence impacts. Now get ready to join over a thousand advocates, organizations and allies across the state and become part of the solution! There are many ways you can help prevent domestic violence and adolescent dating abuse in California:

Resource Tool California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Restraining Order Enforcement Guide
2016 Advocate Toolkit

Introduction

This toolkit has been developed by a team of domestic violence advocates from across California in collaboration with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. The initial idea for the development of this toolkit came from the Partnership’s 2014 Statewide Public Policy Meeting, in which advocates discussed the need to address the lack of consistent enforcement of domestic violence restraining orders.

Resource Tool California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Strategies for Working with Law Enforcement
Toolkit for Advocates

Introduction to the Toolkit
This toolkit has been developed by a team of domestic violence advocates from across California in collaboration with the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence. The initial idea for the development of this toolkit came from the Partnership’s 2014 Statewide Public Policy Meeting, in which advocates discussed the need to address the lack of consistent enforcement of domestic violence restraining orders.

Resource Tool Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based ViolenceDeborah Son, MSW: STAND! For Families Free of ViolenceMinouche Kandel, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women & Alexandra Lutnick, RTI InternationalDerald Wing Sue, Christina M. Capodilupo, Gina C. Torino, Jennifer M. Bucceri, Aisha M. B. Holder, Kevin L. Nadal, and Marta Esquilin Teachers College, Columbia UniversityAdaptation from Sue, Derald Wing, Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation, Wiley & Sons, 2010.Celina Alveraz, Empower Yolo, WOCN Aspiring Ally and Jackie Burris, Catalyst Domestic Violence Services, WOCN Aspiring AllySarah Khan and Vivian LeeHolly Grace Palmer, Haven Women’s Center of Stanislaus County and Adaora Ezike, MHS California Adolescent Health Collaborative at PHIDeep Kaur Jodhka, Sikh Family Center and Nancy Wan, Asian Pacific Institute on Gender-Based ViolenceKristine King, Project Coordinator, Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse and Rhonda Martinson, Consultant on behalf of Praxis International

Our Statewide Domestic Violence Conference: Keeping the Momentum Going

Website

Tools to Promote Gender Responsiveness in HIV Prevention Programs for Women and Girls

Do you plan, design, implement, monitor, or evaluate HIV prevention programs for women and adolescent girls? If so, this is a blog post you won’t want to miss! You can download the HIV Prevention Toolkit: A Gender-Responsive Approach, and related training materials from the links at AIDS.gov.

Resource Tool The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence; National Latin@ Network - Casa de Esperanza; Department of Justice; Asian Pacific Institute on Gender Based Violence

New Language Access Resources
Making Services Accessible to Limited English Proficiency, Deaf & Hard of Hearing DV Survivors

Survivors with limited language proficiency (LEP) are more likely to seek services if those services are provided in their language, and any organization receiving federal financial assistance—either directly or indirectly—is required to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the American with Disabilities Act.

Publication The California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceNancy LemonFaune Williams

California Domestic Violence Law Compendium 2016

This resource is an overview of all domestic violence law in the state of California. It is updated every year and encompasses family, civil, and criminal law, as well as, varying code sections.

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceCatalyst

Increasing Accessibility for LGBTQ+ Survivors and Victims
Prevention Peer Network

Building internal capacity to provide responsive services before engaging in population specific outreach and awareness activities, is an important part of prevention planning. LGBTQ+ communities experience many barriers when seeking DV/SA services. Because of the presence of homophobia within many formal systems, it is essential that service providers evaluate their own agency culture and service delivery to ensure their organization is a safe space for LGBTQ+ survivors and victims.

Webinar Ruby Solis, Youth Education Support Services (YESS) Department, STAND! For Families Free of Violence

Trauma-Informed Teen Dating Violence Prevention
Prevention Peer Network

This webinar is part of the Partnership’s Prevention Peer Network series, where local programs present on their prevention strategies and lessons learned. This webinar explores strategies to developing a youth-friendly trauma-informed program, a deeper exploration of how trauma, family violence, and community violence contribute to Teen Dating Violence. Presented by Ruby Solis, Youth Education Support Services (YESS) Department, STAND! For Families Free of Violence.

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