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Learning and capacity building resources for advocates, preventionists, and activists

➜  If you are experiencing domestic violence and need support, please visit our searchable map of domestic violence organizations.

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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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).

Publication Mayview Community Health CenterOctober 29, 2015

Domestic Violence Protocol

This document outlines guiding principles, IPV assessment, continuity of care, and staff roles and responsibilities.

Publication Futures Without ViolenceSeptember 1, 2014

Privacy Principles for Protecting Victims of Domestic Violence

This document outlines privacy concerns around safety and confidentiality specific to health information technology and health information exchange.

Website Futures Without Violence, Blue Shield of California FoundationJanuary 1, 2017

DVHealthPartnerships.org

This website is a comprehensive online tool that showcases innovations, best practices and lessons of the Domestic Violence and Health Care Partnership (DVHCP) project, funded by Blue Shield of California Foundation, and and provides data, replicable models and site-developed resources.

Website Futures Without ViolenceJanuary 1, 2018

IPVHealthPartners.org

This website includes a step-by-step toolkit for community health centers aimed at establishing and expanding partnerships with domestic violence advocacy agencies.

Video February 25, 2018California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

The Path to Healthy Relationships Video

This video provides an overview of the journey the Partnership and two community-based organizations experienced in working to address adolescent dating abuse through school polices.

Image February 28, 2018California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

The Path to Healthy Relationships Poster

This poster provides a visualization of the journey the Partnership and two community-based domestic violence organizations experienced in their work to address healthy relationships and adolescent dating abuse through school policies. 

Publication February 28, 2018California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Creating Healthy School Climates That Address Adolescent Dating Abuse

This publication provides school sites and school districts with information about how to create healthy school climates that address healthy relationships and the prevention of adolescent dating abuse.

Publication February 28, 2018California Partnership to End Domestic Violence

Policy Recommendations for Schools to Prevent Adolescent Dating Abuse

This publication provides schools and school districts with policy recommendations and sample policies to use in responding to and preventing adolescent dating abuse.

Website VINEJanuary 1, 2014

VINELink
Victim Notification network

VINE is an online network portal to access victim notification for inmate release and updates. VINE provides victims and concerned citizens with information. VINELink can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide the most reliable information for custody status changes and criminal case information. The VINE service provides information by phone, email, TTY, and text message where available.

Pod

Understanding the Impacts of Domestic Violence on Survivors

The Depp v. Heard trial has been trauma activating for many survivors. At this moment when domestic violence is receiving a lot of sensationalized attention throughout the various forms of media, we affirm the need for attention on concrete solutions—those that support survivors, educate on the realities of domestic violence, and prevent it from occurring in the first place.