“To learn more about how programs provide services to men, we identified several programs that reported higher-than-average rates of male survivors served with this funding stream.”
“Institute training objectives: As a result of this training, participants will be better able to: Provide survivor-centered advocacy and representation to victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. Apply advocacy skills to assist survivors seeking protection orders.” And more.
“In part three of the Enhancing Services to Male Survivors Series, the presenters engage in a discussion about how to meaningfully support survivors of all genders while maintaining & strengthening a collective, feminist analysis on gender, power, and violence.”
“Research shows women and LGBTQ+ people are among the most vulnerable to housing insecurity and homelessness.”
“The work of anti-racism is a call to all individuals, communities, organizations, and institutions to change ourselves and the systems that surround us to build equity and respect.”
What do domestic violence programs need to know in order to welcome and support male-identified and people of all genders? Getting real about patriarchy & power
“Women survivors from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds also report more hesitation to utilize traditional DV programs. Further, LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer) survivors experience significant barriers to seeking support from DV. We raise these facts not to diminish the real impacts of IPV on male survivors, but to critically examine the recent focus on serving men.”