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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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Don’t see what you’re looking for? Check back often as we’re frequently tagging and uploading additional materials. Or contact our Help Desk: info@cpedv.org.

And if you would also like to search for additional materials compiled by our national partners, click on the links to the left (which will direct you to their searchable sites).

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Join the Too Apparel Holiday Campaign!
Buy a Pair, Give a Pair to One of Our Member Programs

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We’re proud to partner with Too Apparel, a buy-one, give-one women’s underwear company. For survivors who are in crisis and seeking support in shelters, it’s not uncommon to arrive without extra clothes or personal care items–so new underwear donations are very much needed. Here’s how you can help: select the promo code for your shelter of choice (13 of our member programs are involved!), and use it to purchase these comfy cotton undies.

Resource Tool Women's Center - Youth & Family Services

Human Trafficking
Modern Day Slavery in Our Community

This brochure provides an overview of human trafficking and helpful tips for supporting victims. 

Resource Tool Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking - Office of the Administration for Children & FamiliesDepartment of Homeland SecurityOpening Doors Inc.

Tools for Advocates working with Victims of Sex Trafficking

The following resources are included in this packet:

  • Signs that someone is a victim of sex trafficking (Rescue and Restore Victims of Human Trafficking – Office of the Administration for Children & Families)
  • Definitions of Human Trafficking and Human Smuggling by the Department of Homeland Security
  • An Intake/Needs Assessment sheet from Opening Doors Inc.
  • A Trafficking/Victim Identification Tool (TVIT) - Short Version

 

Resource Tool San Joaquin County HT Task Force

Sample Screening/Intake Questions for Sex Trafficked Victims or CSEC (Commercially Sexually Exploited Child/Children)

These screening/intake questions are for advocates who work with victims of sex trafficking and CSEC.

Resource Tool VERA Institute of Justice

Instrumento de identificación de víctimas de tráfico humano (TVIT en inglés)

Excerpt from the Instrument (Extracto del instrumento):

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California Has its Own Specialized License Plate Dedicated to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention!
Pre-Order Yours Today and Spread the Word

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of the California Says NO MORE license plate campaign alongside Assemblymember Jimmy Gomez, the California Office of Emergency Services and the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault.

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Teen DV Month 2016: California Educators
Teachers, Counselors, School Personnel, School Administrators, School Board Members

Are you ready for Teen DV Month?

  • Do you know your local DV/SA org?
  • Are healthy relationships part of your curriculum?
  • Do you have staff training?
    • We encourage you to find the Partnership member program in your community by looking at our interactive map. Our members are experts on adolescent dating abuse, and are already serving youth in crisis.
Webinar

Training Youth to Create and Produce Public Service Announcements
Prevention Peer Network

This webinar covers how to train youth to create their own short film in order to create awareness around teen dating violence, gender roles and bullying. Participants will learn about our recent project, “The Youth Media Project: Creating Social Change through Film.”

Resource Tool Polaris

Breaking Barriers: Improving Services for LGBTQ Human Trafficking Victims

Polaris Project has released Breaking Barriers: Improving Services for LGBTQ Human Trafficking Victims, which provides recommendations to service providers and criminal justice professionals, so that they may be better equipped to provide the specialized services and resources needed by LGBTQ trafficking victims and survivors. With this link, you can access the resource and accompanying webinar.

Publication Peace Over Violence

Teen Dating and Sexual Violence Policy Project at Miguel Contreras Learning Complex
September 2009

Originally designed as a project in which administrators adopt a teen dating and sexual violence prevention policy on campus, the approach at MCLC [Manuel Contreras Learning Complex] evolved to become a youth driven, grass-roots policy movement that challenged the campus to prevent teen dating and sexual violence. This paper reviews the process of the pilot project.

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