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Every year, FYSB funds a range of discretionary programs coordinated by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program.

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.

Futures Without Violence Health E-Bulletin

Summer 2016
October 14, 2016

The Health E-Bulletin is a semi-annual online publication produced by Futures Without Violence, the FVPSA-funded National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence Visit disclaimer page . The Summer 2016 Health E-Bulletin highlights the work being done to promote healthy relationships in the lives of young people.

Throughout the U.S., domestic and dating violence support services are provided free of charge, in a confidential and private manner, 365 days of the year.

August 12 is International Youth Day, and the United Nations offers information and resources.

The National Domestic Violence Hotline, funded by FYSB, is a compassionate, knowledgeable resource focused on shifting power back to those experiencing domestic or dating violence through human connection and practical help every day of the year. 

State Domestic Violence Coalitions received a total of $15,850,000 for FY2020.

This webinar, recorded August 20, 2020, features a live panel discussion on how to use data to measure social capital and build connections for vulnerable youth. 

FVPSA formula grants are distributed through states and territories then provided through a sub-awardee process to local public, private, nonprofit, and faith-based organizations to provide shelter and non-residential supportive services to individuals experiencing domestic violence and their children. All federally recognized tribes are eligible to apply for FVPSA Tribal Formula grants.

October 2018 is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). During DVAM, victim advocates, allied professionals, survivors of abuse, their loved ones, and the surrounding community come together to mourn the lives lost to domestic violence, celebrate the progress that has been made to end this epidemic, and connect with others working to create change.