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  • Domestic Violence and Homelessness: Statistics (2016)

    Published: June 24, 2016
    In just one day in 2015, over 31,500 adults and children fleeing domestic violence found refuge in a domestic violence emergency shelter or transitional housing program.
  • Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Counseling Toolkit

    Published: December 11, 2013
    This toolkit aims to help health care providers and advocates learn more about how to help women be healthy and safe.
  • Commemorate Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Published: September 29, 2015
    As part of its annual observance of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM), the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program joins with its grantees and federal partners to offer a wide range of educational events and awareness activities. 
  • Training on the Intersection of Domestic Violence and Disaster

    Published: June 15, 2015
    This training includes two curricula: one for disaster response and preparedness personnel and one for domestic violence programs. Both trainings focus on protocols and referral procedures, accessing domestic violence services, recognizing the warning signs of domestic violence, safety planning, and maintaining ongoing health and wellness initiatives during the crisis response and recovery phase.
  • Health Coverage for Homeless and At-Risk Youth

    Published: April 19, 2016
    This fact sheet explores eligibility for health care coverage, including through Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), for youth experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. It provides information on subpopulations of youth who are likely to be eligible for health care coverage, which services are covered, and how to enroll. In addition, the fact sheet includes Medicaid and CHIP income eligibility levels for each state.
  • Enhancing the Financial Capability of Families Impacted by Domestic Violence

    Published: April 28, 2015
    This memo highlights the potential role of financial capability services in domestic violence economic advocacy and provides information about financial capability resources that can be used to enhance programming on behalf of families impacted by domestic violence.
  • Creating a Culture of Acceptance: Abuse, HIV and Women in Shelter

    Published: March 6, 2015
    This 1-hour interactive eLearning module presents evidence linking intimate partner violence with women's risk of becoming infected with HIV, and discusses the impact of intimate partner violence on the lives of women living with HIV.
  • 2016 Family Violence Prevention and Services Discretionary Grant Specialized Services to Abused Parents and Their Children (SSAPC) and Expanding Services to Children, Youth, and Abused Parents (ESCYAP) Grantee Profiles

    Published: November 15, 2016
    The FVPSA Program’s SSAPC twelve demonstration sites consist of domestic violence coalitions, local domestic violence programs, tribal organizations, behavioral health organizations, and a state social services agency. These grantees will work to alleviate trauma experienced by children and youth; support enhanced relationships between children/youth and parents; and improve systemic responses to children and youth exposed to domestic violence, and their abused parents.
  • Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month 2017 Calendar

    Published: January 31, 2017
    February is national Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. FYSB’s Family Violence Prevention and Services Program is proud to support the many events hosted by our grantees and partners this year by presenting public awareness campaigns, webinars, social media events, and radio shows that highlight healthy relationships.
  • Family Violence Prevention and Services Program Overview

    Published: August 28, 2018
    The Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) provides the primary federal funding stream dedicated to the support of emergency shelter and supportive services for victims of domestic violence and their dependents.

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