Domestic Violence

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How Grantees of Ex-Prisoner Reentry Project Work with Fathers to Strengthen Families

Grantees working with ex-prisoners provide insights as to how to deliver services to these men.

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President’s 2016 Budget Would Boost Work to End Family Violence, Youth Homelessness and Teen Pregnancy

Here’s a snapshot of what the President has proposed and what the new dollars would accomplish.

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ACF Programs Receive Boost from FY 2016 Budget

Obama Administration proposes increased funding for children’s services, domestic violence survivors and anti-trafficking programs.

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Two Anniversaries, One Goal: Celebrating the Runaway & Homeless Youth and Family Violence Prevention & Services Acts

Associate Commissioner highlights goals of Runaway & Homeless Youth and Family Violence Prevention & Services Acts on historic anniversaries.

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Sil Lai’s Story

"I finally got out of the relationship after one too many trips to the emergency room."

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Jane's Story

Because the domestic violence shelter was there, my children and I are alive.

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Shana’s Story

"Most victims would say that you become the queen of appearance. You know how to smile regardless of what just happened and act like everything is fine.”

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Francesca’s Story

Domestic violence is not a family matter. It is everyone’s business.

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New Research Projects to Understand and Improve Responses to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

Efforts will focus on understanding how to serve those experiencing IPV in the context of healthy relationship programs, and documenting National Domestic Violence Hotline activities.

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Joan’s Story

"I thought that my being pregnant would change him, but that was not the case."

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