family violence

Young people participating in program planning.

Why Should Adolescents Develop and Implement Violence Prevention Programs?
Explore research showing that young people should be involved in developing and implementing violence prevention programs.

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Launching the First National Helpline for Native Survivors of Partner Violence
Explore the launch of the first national helpline for Native survivors of domestic and dating violence.

Love is patient, gentle, respectful, and kind: not abusive.

Participate in Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
Learn about six events you can join to raise awareness about interpersonal violence among youth.

A young couple.

Resources for Youth To Address Relationship Abuse Year-Round
Learn about opportunities for young people to get involved in youth-led teen dating violence prevention campaigns.

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Building Evidence: A Free, Online, Bilingual Evaluation Toolkit
Try this free, online, bilingual learning tool to help Latino communities with family violence prevention and services.

A young woman using the National Runaway Safeline's live chat.

From the National Runaway Safeline: Janet’s Story of Abuse
A young woman uses the National Runaway Safeline live chat service to find a way out of a physically and emotionally abusive home environment.

A counselor talks with her client.

How Does a Strong Advocate-Survivor Alliance Help Survivors of Domestic Violence?
Researchers explore what specific aspects of the relationship between survivors of domestic violence and their advocates might contribute to survivor well-being.

A young woman holding her dog.

Help Get People in Abusive Homes and Their Pets to Safety
This month on Thursdays we will share some of our most popular articles. In a post for the Family Room blog, Marylouise Kelley of the Family Violence Prevention and Services Program writes about steps being taken to protect victims' pets--and what more people can do to help.

A young woman paying her bills.

A Financial Literacy Curriculum Improves Financial Well-Being among Survivors of Domestic Violence
Researchers learned that survivors of domestic violence benefit from a financial education curriculum.

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Q&A: Stopping Intimate Partner Violence Before It Starts
The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is one of 10 DELTA FOCUS grantees engaging communities in primary prevention.

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