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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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Engaging Men and Using Art to Prevent Violence – Prevention Peer Network

Presenters: Ryan Hope Travis, Engaging Men Project Coordinator with Peace Over Violence

Ryan Hope Travis will discuss how art can be used to empower youth leaders and how theater, film and poetry can create conversations around domestic violence prevention and intersecting issues. Ryan will review the devised theater techniques he uses for the Engaging Men Project and other similar works. This webinar will be helpful for those interested in using role-playing and other acting techniques for domestic violence prevention and youth leadership development programming. 


Planning for DVAM – Prevention Peer Network

Presenters: Jessica Merrill, Communications and Development Manager and Michelle Arcos, Membership Coordinator with the Partnership

Have you begun your preparations for Domestic Violence Awareness Month? To help get ready for October, the Partnership and the Women’s Center-Youth & Family Services will be covering everything you need to know about DVAM. We will be discussing the theme for this year, resources available, when and how to use promotional items, and the utilization of traditional and social media.


New Challenges & New Opportunity – Prevention Peer Network

Presenters: Miranda Stiers, Capacity-Building Program Coordinator and Micah Zimmermaker, Prevention and Education Policy Specialist 

As we begin the new fiscal year, The Partnership would like to introduce our newest Prevention team members, Micah Zimmermaker, Prevention and Education Policy Specialist and Miranda Stiers, Capacity-Building Program Coordinator. During this webinar, we want to hear from our members. What new opportunities are you working towards in this fiscal year? What challenges are you facing and how can we support you in your prevention efforts?


Creating Safe Spaces For Youth Healing – Prevention Peer Network

This month’s Prevention Peer Network Webinar features Eydie Pasicel, Children and Youth Services Advocate Counselor, WomenShelter of Long Beach. 

Eydie has worked at WSLB with children, teens and caregivers, victims of domestic violence, since 2010. She works directly with children and youth in both group sessions and individual counseling. She employs techniques designed to allow expression of fear, anger, and sadness in ways that avoid re-traumatizing the young victims. 

Publication California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

New Laws Handout – Bills Signed into Law 2016 Session

Every year, new laws are passed in California which may impact survivors and the programs that provide services to domestic violence victims. Unless otherwise specified, these new laws take effect on January 1, 2017. This fact sheet provides an overview of these laws by subject area.

Publication California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceCalifornia Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Voter Engagement Guide 2016

The Partnership and the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, is pleased to present a Voter Engagement Guide for the 2016 election. The guide provides voter engagement activities, candidate information, social media tips, important dates and more to help your organization engage with your community to get involved.


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Domestic Violence Awareness Month 2016
In October, the Golden State Turns Purple

Over the past two years for Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), you’ve helped Turn the Golden State Purple–the color of our mighty movement. This October, can we count on you to help spark real change for California communities? Please join us for a month-long series of activities that bring our focus from individuals to families, and communities to culture shifts in a campaign called From Portrait to Panorama. Each week takes us through that journey:


CROS Project

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Resource Tool California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Restraining Order Enforcement Guide
2016 Advocate 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.