PreventIPV – Supporting a Unified National Prevention Movement; Promoting Best Practice Strategies, Tools, and Lessons Learned
PreventIPV, a project of the IPV Prevention Council, supports a unified national prevention movement promoting best practice strategies, tools, and lessons learned by state/territory coalitions and community-based prevention programs across the United States.
The Council. The Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Prevention Council, formed in 2011 as a voluntary association of domestic violence coalitions working in partnership with allied national organizations, envisions a future in which a wide network of collaborative and sustained primary prevention efforts lead to the social change necessary to end intimate partner violence.
The Project. The PreventIPV project provides an opportunity to create and sustain a unified national prevention effort by promoting strategies, tools, and lessons learned by state/territory and community-based prevention programs across the United States.
The Website. The PreventIPV.org online space offers peer-driven resources and tools to help build the capacity of domestic violence programs to engage communities in the social change work that is necessary to promote a thriving culture where all relationships are built on respect, equality, and peace.
Beat the Punch, a project of Domestic Violence Task Force of San Luis Obispo County, led by the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County is featured on the website. The Beat the Punch campaign was supported by the Partnership’s DELTA project, and the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County is a member of the Partnership.
You. PreventIPV and the Partnership invite you to explore and engage in this new online space. You are what makes it valuable. Be part of a unified national voice for prevention!