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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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Publication California School Boards AssociationCalifornia Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Promoting Healthy Relationships for Adolescents: Board Policy Considerations
Joint publication of CSBA and the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Excerpt from this Publication:

Webinar Krystle ContrerasCalifornia Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Central California Youth Summit: Large Scale Event Planning
Prevention Peer Network

Krystle Contreras of the Family Crisis Center talks about planning and execution of the Central California Youth Summit, which included fundraising, outreach and age-appropriate breakout sessions. This webinar is part of the Partnership’s Prevention Peer Network series, where local programs present short trainings on their prevention strategies and lessons learned.

Resource Tool Opening Doors Inc.

Intake/Needs Assessment
Opening Doors Inc.

This is an Intake/Needs Assessment template that can be used for working with survivors of human trafficking. 

Webinar Lori Vollandt from the Los Angeles Unified School DistrictEmily Austin of Peace Over ViolenceCalifornia Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Lasting Change: A Case Study of Policy Change for the Prevention of Gender-Based Violence at LAUSD
Prevention Peer Webinar

Lori Vollandt from the Los Angeles Unified School District and Emily Austin of Peace Over Violence discuss how they have worked together to school promote policies around teen dating violence. This webinar is part of the Partnership’s Prevention Peer Network series, where local programs present short trainings on their prevention strategies and lessons learned.

Resource Tool The Vera Institute of Justice

Out of the Shadows:
A Tool for the Identification of Victims of Human Trafficking

An excerpt from Out of the Shadows:

Publication Vera Institute of Justice

Screening for Human Trafficking
Guidelines for Administering the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT)

This manual is intended primarily for victim service agency staff and other social service providers, who will administer the Trafficking Victim Identification Tool (TVIT) to clients who are potential trafficking victims. Law enforcement, health care and shelter workers will also find it helpful in improving trafficking victim identification, especially in conjunction with appropriate training or mentoring.

Resource Tool William Cordery

Want a Fundraising Board?
Give Them the Tools They Need to Succed

This tool was developed by the Board Development Committee of Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, and provides options for fundraising participation, establishes clear expectations, and sets Board Members up for success.
 

Publication Mountain Crisis Services & Mariposa County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council

Mariposa County Project Respect
A Community-Wide Effort to Create a Safe, Trusting Environment

Project Respect is a community and school‐based program created by Mountain Crisis Services & Mariposa County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council. As part of the CDC’s 2003-2012 DELTA  initiative, the program that worked with students, teachers, parents, and community members to promote respect, tolerance, and social responsibility.

Publication The California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA)
Preventing Domestic Violence in California

This publication reviews the Partnership’s involvement in the DELTA (Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances) Project from 2003-2012. With support from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Partnership and local communities throughout the state participated in the DELTA Project to enhance and lead intimate partner violence (IPV) prevention in California to greater effectiveness. 

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