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ACF OPRE News Vol. 8 Issue 11 – June 4, 2020

ACF OPRE News: Principles, Practices, and Resources Fatherhood Programs Can Use to Help Address & Prevent Domestic Violence

Published: June 4, 2020
Topics:
Self-Sufficiency, Welfare & Employment, Strengthening Families, Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood
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June 4, 2020 Volume 8, Issue 11  
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Healing and Supporting Fathers Principles Practices and Resources for Fatherhood Programs to Help Address and Prevent Domestic Violence
Principles, Practices, and Resources that Fatherhood Programs Can Use to Help Address and Prevent Domestic Violence
Explore this report that provides principles, practices, and resources for fatherhood programs to help address and prevent domestic violence.

Healing and Supporting Fathers Principles Practices and Resources to Help Address and Prevent Domestic Violence in Fatherhood Programs Resource 1 Ten Ways to Engage Fathers in Addressing and Preventing Domestic Violence

Explore this resource that offers suggestions for how fatherhood program staff can enhance program practices to engage fathers in addressing and preventing domestic violence.


Healing and Supporting Fathers Principles Practices and Resources to Help Address and Prevent Domestic Violence in Fatherhood Programs Resource 2 Teachable Moments

Explore this resource that shares four example scenarios that demonstrate and provide guidance on how fatherhood programs can help address and prevent domestic violence.


Explore this resource with recommendations on ways for fatherhood programs to connect and strengthen relationships with community partner organizations that address domestic violence and offer battering intervention programs.

Explore this brief, designed to support both researchers and father-serving professionals in their efforts to study, evaluate, and implement practices for use in fatherhood programs to help prevent and address domestic violence.

Explore this brief designed to help fatherhood practitioners understand what referrals are appropriate for participants who perpetrate or survive domestic violence.

Explore this to report to learn about HPOG 2.0's program offerings, participant characteristics, activities, and outcomes in enrollment, completion, and employment from the program's start in September 2015 to the end of Year 4 in September 2019. This report builds on three prior annual reports and includes updated information on participants' career pathway progress.

Explore the division's annual report to learn more about their work in early childhood research, including child care, Head Start and Early Head Start, child welfare, human trafficking, and cultural diversity.

Explore this video & resources from this webinar for Child Care and Development Fund Lead Agency staff and partners on understanding how to pair stakeholder perspectives with their data to help answer policy questions.

Explore this snapshot for an overview of national findings on the characteristics, qualifications, and career trajectories of home visiting staff in MIECHV Program-funded local implementing agencies.

Read this new research from our grantee, which found that child care affordability for low-income Hispanic households varies by household, community, and child care characteristics.

OPRE Insights Blog
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National Reunification Month
This June we are taking time to recognize the vital role that community partners play in helping to reunify, strengthen, and support families. We at OPRE will continue, this month and in the future, evaluating programs designed to support service providers, foster parents, and others reunifying families through projects such as

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