Family Violence Prevention and Services Program

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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.

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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.

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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.

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From the Family Room Blog: Hurricane Recovery for Domestic Violence Victims
Learn how the Family and Youth Services Bureau connects survivors of domestic violence to resources after disasters like Hurricane Sandy.

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#NCFYtalk Recap: Serving Domestic Violence Survivors and Their Pets
With the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, we hosted an August 27 Twitter chat about pets and domestic violence.

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Making Sure Your Domestic Violence Program is Trauma-informed
The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health offers trainings, tools, publications, and webinars to help victims of trauma and the programs that support them.

Photograph of a young woman with her hand on her forehead.

Making Sure Your Domestic Violence Program is Trauma-informed
The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health offers trainings, tools, publications, and webinars to help victims of trauma and the programs that support them.

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