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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • National Helpline Opens to Support Native Victims of Domestic Violence

    Published: March 6, 2017
    The Family and Youth Services Bureau’s Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Program announces the launch of the StrongHearts Native Helpline (StrongHearts) on March 6, 2017.
  • National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month Postcard

    Published: January 12, 2017
    Share this postcard in your social media platforms, websites, and emails.
  • Runaway & Homeless Youth and Relationship Violence Toolkit

    Published: December 19, 2019
    This toolkit was developed by and for advocates in the runaway and homeless youth (RHY) and domestic and sexual assault (DV/SA) fields to help programs better address relationship violence with runaway and homeless youth. The Toolkit organizes information, resources, tips and tools drawn from the lessons learned by collaborative projects funded by the Family and Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) that brought together domestic violence programs and runaway and homeless youth agencies to address relationship violence among street youth.
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