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How to Recognize, Respond to, and Provide Resources to End Domestic Violence

The National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence and the Avon Foundation for Women produced the informational CD, How to Recognize, Respond to, and Provide Resources to End Domestic Violence. The CD answers important questions such as:

  • If you are concerned that someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, what should you do?
  • If someone shares her painful secret of domestic violence, what should you say?
  • If you are a victim of domestic violence, where can you turn?

Seven out of ten domestic violence victims tell someone about the abuse they are experiencing. You can be the person who recognizes the signs, responds appropriately and provides resources for help. This CD will help you learn about domestic violence so you'll feel comfortable talking to someone who might be a victim. It is not intended to make you an expert, but it will provide you with basic information and resources. The CD is funded by the Avon Foundation and produced by the National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence.

 

 



INTRODUCTION (video)

 

WHAT IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE? (video)

 

IN THEIR SHOES (video)

 

HELPING HER BE SAFE (video)

 

LET'S TALK (video)

 

RESOURCES

Wheels

Power and Control Wheel

Equality Wheel

Children Coping with Domestic Violence

Family Violence in Later Life

Immigrant Power and Control Wheel

Lesbian / Gay Power and Control Wheel

Natural Life-Supporting Power

Violence Against Native Women: Battering

Power & Control Wheel: People with Disabilities and Their Caregivers

Teen Power and Control Wheel

Military Power and Control Wheel

Tools

Stages in a Victim's Experience

You are Not Alone. The Facts on Domestic Violence

Quiz:  How is your Relationship?

Continuum of Domestic Violence

50 Reasons Women Don't Leave Abusive Partners

How Can I Make a Difference in the Community?

12 Things Men Can Do to Stop Violence Against Women

Let's Talk, How You Can Offer Support

Acknowledgments and References

Safety Planning

Domestic Violence Personalized Safety Plan

Personalized Safety Plan Teens

Domestic Violence Safety Plan for Stalking

Items to Take Checklist

Safety Tips for Victims of Domestic Violence

Websites of Interest

Hotlines and Directories of Services Nationwide

Safety Planning Resources

Other Organizations

 


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