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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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Video Family Violence Appellate Project2018 Jessica Merrill

Confidentiality, Privilege, and Mandated Reporting: A Training for California Domestic Violence Advocates (2018)

Confidentiality, Privilege, and Mandated Reporting: A Training for California Domestic Violence Advocates (2018)

This 90-minute training is designed to help advocates and service providers who receive state or federal domestic violence funds to understand whether they are mandated reporters who must report child abuse even if they know about it through confidential client communications. The training also explores what kind of information would have to be reported, and what would not, if someone is a mandated reporter.

Presenter: Family Violence Appellate Project Staff Attorney Anya Emerson, Esq.

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkJune 20, 2019

Tune In & Watch Out: Recognizing & Reshaping Trauma in Media
Prevention Peer Network

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Webinar was held on June 20, 2019

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While trauma in media is not the leading cause of violence in society, it does contribute substantially by glorifying anger, jealousy, and victim mentality in relationships. Especially to youth, because only 1 in 4 adults talk with them about the messages they consume via song lyrics, movie scenarios, and reality TV. When youth have no knowledge about their rights and resilience, watching trauma can quickly lead to living drama. 

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

SafeBAE: Preventing Sexual Assault in Middle & High Schools
Prevention Peer Network

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Webinar was held on January 24, 2019

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

Enhancing Prevention Programs Through Media Literacy
Prevention Peer Network

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Webinar was held on December 20, 2018

Media literacy is the ability to access, analyze, evaluate, create, and act using media. Many times, prevention programs use media examples to show examples of abuse in relationships or sexual violence, but young people can benefit from more critical media literacy.

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

Youth in the Lead: Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month 2019
Prevention Peer Network

Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month is right around the corner! 

In this webinar, we explain how we’re spotlighting the expertise of youth, collecting concrete peer organizing strategies they’ve used to address teen dating violence and promote healthy relationships. We’ll also dive deep into best practices that organizations have used to build connections with the broader community.

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Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month 2019

Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month 2019

Continued from quote above: “I addressed abusive teen relationships to make the topic more approachable and demonstrated the seven aspects of a healthy relationship. Although nothing changed dramatically right away, the school wellness center soon implemented healthy relationships into their program.

Publication Jennifer Haddad Bell, Darryl Evey, Krista Niemczyk, Christine Smith, Debra WardSeptember 25, 2018

Promoting Health Advocacy in Domestic Violence Programs

This brief outlines the value and importance of health advocacy, as well as collaboration between the health and DV fields to promote survivor health. It shares lessons and best practices from recent California-based work through the Domestic Violence and Health Care Partnership (DVHCP) project and encourages continued change in practice, policy, and systems across sectors.

Publication Jeremy Cantor, Laura Hogan, Krista Niemczyk, Christine Smith, Lisa Fujie Parks, Erica VillaSeptember 25, 2018

Integrating Community Level IPV Prevention in Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plans

This brief shares recommendations that elevate consideration of IPV in ongoing planning, implementation, and evaluation processes within the health and public health sectors.

Publication Ana Interiano, Cynthia Keltner, Dana Knoll, Allyson SonenshineSeptember 25, 2018

Addressing Intimate Partner Violence as a Social Determinant of Health in Clinical Settings

As healthcare delivery systems and the policy landscape are rapidly transforming, there is an opportunity to scale successful programs, policies, and innovations across the state of California to better prevent and address IPV and improve health. This document outlines lessons learned from the field and policy and practice recommendations.

Webinar Prevention Peer NetworkSeptember 20, 2018

What is Your Community Planning for Domestic Violence Awareness Month?
Prevention Peer Network

The Partnership’s statewide Domestic Violence Awareness Month campaign, Getting Back to Our Roots: The Personal Is Political, debuted on August 22nd! We invite you to get involved in our campaign, which seeks to get out the vote and educate voters by:

• Informing Californians about the issues impacting survivors
• Mobilizing communities to ask questions of candidates, so they can learn about how they plan to address domestic
violence
• Encouraging Californians to vote—and specifically provide information for survivors to vote safely through California’s

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