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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 Strong Field Project

OSG Case Study
The Center Transitions into a Perfomance-Based Organization

Case study on how The Center for Violence-Free Ralationships (The Center) transitioned to a perfomance-based organization through technological enhancements and staff development.

Publication Strong Field Project

OSG Case Study
The Organizational Transformation of Community United Against Violence (CUAV)

Case study detailing how the Community United Against Violence (CUAV) transitioned to a shared leadership staff structure and integrated its longtime LGBTQQ services into a larger community organizing approach.

Publication Strong Field Project

OSG Case Study
STAND! for Families Free of Violence Merger

Case study on STAND! Against Domestic Violence, detailing their merger with the Family Stress Center.

Publication Strong Field Project

OSG Case Study
The Organizational Transformation of Community United Against Violence

Case study detailing how the Community United Against Violence (CUAV) transitioned to a shared leadership staff structure and integrated its longtime LGBTQQ services into a larger community organizing approach.

Publication National Network to End Domestic Violence

2013 Domestic Violence Counts California Summary

On September 17, 2013, 99 out of 99 (100%), of identified local domestic violence programs in the California participated in the
2013 National Census of Domestic Violence Services. 

Publication Strong Field Project

The Center’s Second Generation Project
Pilot Program Outcomes

In the fall of 2012, 7 children and 5 mothers participated in the 2nd Generations Project’s pilot program. This program entailed 12 weekly group sessions, one group for the parents and a separate group for the children. The children’s group consisted of 3 girls and 4 boys. There were two 8 years olds, three 11 year olds, and one participant turned 13 during the program. The attached report lists the outcomes from this pilot program.

Resource Tool Jemmott Rollins Group

Comments from “How to Fail Spectacularly (and What You Can Learn from It)”

This document includes key takeaways from small group discussions following the Webinar “How to Fail Spectacularly (and What You Can Learn from It)”.

Resource Tool Michelle Gislason, CompassPointMaricela Rios-Faust, Human OptionsDawn Watkins, Women's Crisis Shelter in Southern Humboldt (WISH)

How to Fail Spectacularly (and What You Can Learn From It)

The objectives of this presentation are as follows:

  • Increased awareness of the connection between failure and organizational learning
  • Ability to share a failure story using a storytelling structure
  • Identified strategies for embracing failure and learning from it
     
Webinar Strong Field Project

Increasing Organizational Inclusion & Cultural Competency

Notes from small group breakouts as part of a webinar hosted by the Blue Shield of California Foundation.

Publication Strong Field Project

Connecting Leadership & Networks
New Ways of Developing Leadership in a Highly Connected World

This report is written for those who run and fund leadership programs that develop and support leadership for social change. It shares many examples of how leaders using network strategies are increasing the impact of social change work. Our goal is to inspire and help hundreds of leadership programs to question their assumptions about leadership and retool their approaches to developing leadership to more fully leverage network approaches. 

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