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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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Using Social Media to Change the Narrative

Strategic Communications

When used effectively, social media can be an engaging way to get your message out to the community. Participants will learn effective engagement tools, including how to best use infographics, videos, chats, create compelling content, and track your reach.

Facilitator: Jessica Merrill, Communications Manager, California Partnership to End Domestic Violence



Publication Bradley University academic resource

Counseling Minority Groups in a Time of Racial Unrest

Interest in the Black Lives Matter movement increased significantly with the recent incidents involving police use of force on civilians. The movement gained support as many universities in the United States worked to provide open discourse in an effort to shift focus on the citizens’ growing concerns. In times of social and racial unrest, counselors are critical to helping communities address and process fear.


Protecting against Asbestos Exposure in a Natural Disaster

Asbestos is a natural mineral that was used throughout many homes and other types of buildings prior to the 1970s. It is not harmful when it is contained, but when disturbed asbestos can break apart, causing the release of some of the tiny fibers of which it is made. These little needle-like fibers are dangerous because they can contaminate air, water, and soil leading to inhalation and ingestion. 


Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Campaign Debut
Prevention Peer Network

Have you started your preparations for Teen DV Month? To help everyone get ready for February, the Partnership will be covering everything you need to know about 2018’s Teen DV Month Campaign. We will be discussing this year’s theme, sharing resources, and how best to utilize social media in your campaigns!


Shifting the Lens on How We Talk About Adolescent Dating Abuse

Poster Presented at NCHDV 2017

An overview of how adolescent dating abuse is routinely covered in the media, along with the Partnership’s work towards changing the narrative and messaging used when talking about adolescent dating abuse. This poster was presented at the 2017 National Conference on Health and Domestic Violence.


NameStrategic Communications for Adolescent Dating Abuse Prevention Training Infographic

A snapshot view and key findings from the Partnership’s six Strategic Communications for Adolescent Dating Abuse Prevention Trainings held throughout California in 2016-2017


California Domestic Violence Counts Summary

For the eleventh consecutive year, on September 14, 2016, NNEDV conducted a one-day unduplicated count of adults and children seeking domestic violence services in the United States. This annual census documents the number of individuals who sought services in a single 24-hour period, as well as the types of services requested, the number of service requests that went unmet due to a lack of resources, and the issues and barriers that domestic violence programs face as they strive to provide services to victims of domestic violence


Say What? How to be a teen-friendly facilitator in a culturally humble way

Join us for a webinar on how to be an engaging teen-friendly facilitator in a way that meets teens where they are while also being trauma-informed. Using developmental and learning theories, this webinar will discuss classroom setup, how to engage quieter students, behavior modification materials, learning models, and teaching methodology. 


HARRT Youth Led Adolescent Relationship Abuse Prevention Model

Haven of Stanislaus County piloted a school-based, youth-led model of adolescent relationship abuse (ARA) prevention at a Modesto high school in the 2014-15 school year. The program was replicated in 2016-17 at a second school and is evolving into a Coalition for the 2017-18 school year. The Healthy And Responsible Relationships Troop Coalition (HARRT Coalition) prepares high school students to serve as advocates and peer educators both on campus and off.