New Website Focuses on Domestic Violence Prevention for the Latina Community

Casa de Esperanza, a member organization of the Domestic Violence Resource Network funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has launched a new website promoting the work of its National Latin@ Network for Families and Communities project. 

The National Latin@ Network provides timely and relevant information and resources to people working to prevent and eliminate domestic violence within Hispanic communities in the United States. Available in English and Spanish, the network’s site features 

  • a resource library
  • public policy updates and action alerts
  • informative videos
  • training opportunities
  • a blog

Advocates, organizers, practitioners, social workers, judges, activists, youth workers and anyone working to promote safe and healthy Hispanic families and communities will find the site useful.

Casa de Esperanza works to inform and strengthen domestic violence intervention and prevention efforts on a national level. Learn more on the organization’s main website.