Making Sure Your Domestic Violence Program is Trauma-informed

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We're talking about trauma this month at NCFY, so we're reposting some of our favorite articles on the subject. Here, we revisit a list of resources for programs serving victims of domestic violence.

Domestic violence and other trauma can have significant mental health consequences. The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health, part of the Domestic Violence Resource Network funded by the Family and Youth Services Bureau's Family Violence Prevention and Services Program, works to provide programs with the tools and training they need to support trauma survivors and their children. You may want to

More to Read

"Addressing the Complexities of Family and Relationship Violence"

"Asking: 'What's Happened to You?' A Focus on Trauma-informed Care"

"Voices From the Field: Dr. Nik Stefanidis on Trauma-informed Consequences for Youth"

Publications discussed here do not necessarily reflect the views of NCFY, FYSB or the Administration for Children & Families.

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