Participants will learn how faith can be a resource or a barrier to hope, help, and healing, gain insight into faith-specific understandings, be aware of best practices and resources for engaging faith leadership as allies, and begin to strategize for working with them in their communities.
This toolkit is meant to provide transitional housing providers with easy access to information and resources to enhance services to survivors. The information provided here addresses frequently asked questions, common challenges, best practices, templates for adaptation, and resources for additional information and assistance.
Recording – Identity Theft Victim Assistance Online Training: Supporting Victims’ Financial and Emotional Recovery
This training is a user-friendly e-learning tool that will teach victim service professionals and allied professionals knowledge and skills to more effectively serve victims of identity theft and assist with their financial and emotional recovery.
VAWnet.org has long been identified as an unparalleled, comprehensive, go-to source of information and resources for anti-violence advocates, human service professionals, educators, faith leaders, and others interested in ending domestic and sexual violence.
DVS Presents: Special Screening of Sliver of a Full Moon October 29, 2020 from 10:00am – 1:00pm On behalf of the Division of Victim Services, you are invited to join us for a special screening of Sliver of a Full Moon in honor and observance of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Sliver of a Full Moon…
The Linking Systems of Care Toolkit is designed to guide communities through fundamental decision points from development and planning to implementation of projects designed to link child-serving systems. In the Toolkit, you will find resources such as samples, templates, and exercises to support your work in this area.
Safe Housing Partnerships is a collection of strategies, resources, case studies, reports, and statistics that providers and advocates can use to enhance services and better meet the needs of survivors who are or are at risk of becoming homeless.
Because we are a Latina organization with culturally relevant approaches to ending domestic violence, we have often been forced to create our own resources and build our own approaches that reflect our values and cultural orientation. Here are some of the resources and tools that Casa de Esperanza has developed.
PreventIPV.org offers peer-driven resources and tools to help build the capacity of domestic violence programs and partners to engage communities in the social change work that is necessary to promote a thriving culture where all relationships are built on respect, equality, and peace.
This presentation provides examples of Native American teachings to create awareness around domestic and sexual violence based on those teachings so men act with honor to treat women as sacred within batterer’s intervention programming.