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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. 

See our search options below. Results of your search will appear at bottom of screen.

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).

Resource Prevention Peer Network WebinarOctober 20, 2022

Health Equity in the LBGTQIA+ Community
Prevention Peer Network

People of various genders laughing

This webinar was held on October 20, 2022

+Recording

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarMay 12, 2022

Men in Prevention
Prevention Peer Network

Image shows a teal background with a series of five lightbulbs hanging. The lightbulbs alternate blue and yellow, with the fifth light being brighter as if an idea has struck

This webinar was be held on May 12, 2022

+Recording

We know that “the best ideas come from having everyone at the table” (from the Partnership’s Theory of Change). Male-presenting preventionists offer a unique voice in the domestic violence movement. Navigating dynamics of both access and barriers, they are often engaged in conversations about what it means to be a “man” doing violence prevention work.

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarFebruary 17, 2022

Aligning with Black Churches to Reduce Teen IPV in Black Communities
Prevention Peer Network

This webinar was be held on March 17, 2022

+Recording

The prevalence of Teen Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) within the Black community is very present. One of the most concerning statistics associated with IPV is, “IPV is leading cause of death for Black teens (CDC, 2022).”

Webinar Prevention Peer Network WebinarFebruary 17, 2022

Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month for 2022: Uplift One Another
Prevention Peer Network

This webinar was be held on February 17, 2022

+Recording 

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceFebruary 18, 2021

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox
Prevention Peer Network

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox

Add to Your Virtual Prevention Programming Toolbox

This webinar was held on February 18, 2021

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Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceApril 30, 2020

Adapting Your Communications Strategies During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A New Prevention Peer Webinar Series – Part 2 of 3
Prevention Peer Network

Pitching Your Story to Journalists

Webinar hosted on April 30, 2020

+Webinar Recording

For our health and well-being, everyone is looking to credible sources of information from media outlets right now. Your prevention efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic ARE newsworthy and important—and media advocacy can help you reach parents, elected leaders, and other strategic audiences! It all depends on creating compelling story elements and pitches.

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceJanuary 16, 2020

Building Bridges during Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month
Prevention Peer Network

Webinar hosted on January 16, 2020

Description:

Publication

CDC: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Leveraging the Best Available Evidence

This report published by the CDC announces their new priority of reducing ACEs across the United States; it is significant to our work as it identifies strategies and approaches to reduce ACEs. The report points out that multi-sector collaborative, that include domestic violence agencies, social service agencies, law enforcement, public health, education and early childhood working together to develop strategies to lessen the impact of ACEs into adulthood, as well as prevent ACEs in early childhood is a proven and evidence-based approach to be successful.  

Webinar California Partnership to End Domestic ViolenceJuly 18, 2019

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Sharing Session
Prevention Peer Network

Like many of our members, we’ve been planning Domestic Violence Awareness Month all summer! During our next Prevention Peer Webinar, we invite you to share your plans for community engagement in October and discuss past strategies that have proven to be effective. The Partnership will also present the elements of our statewide campaign: Growing the Seeds of Healing & Justice. We hope to provide a platform for survivors across California to share the future they want to see by centering their input in eight different areas:

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.

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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.