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Advocacy

Creating Trauma-Informed Services Tipsheet Series

added 04/09/2012
The National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health

These nine tipsheets provide practical advice on creating trauma-informed services at domestic violence programs and for working with survivors who are experiencing trauma symptoms and/or mental health conditions. Link to the source site above, or directly to a tipsheet by clicking on the its title from the following list: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Domestic Violence Advocacy; Tips for Creating a Welcoming Environment; Tips for Enhancing Emotional Safety; Tips for Supporting Children and Youth Exposed to Domestic Violence: What You Might See and What You Can Do; Practical Tips for Increasing Access to Services; Tips for Discussing a Mental Health Referral with DV Survivors; Tips for Supporting Survivors with Reduced Energy; Tips for Making Connections with Survivors Experiencing Psychiatric Disabilities; A Trauma-Informed Approach to Employment Support: Tools for Practice.

Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty (pdf)

added 10/29/2008
Anna Majarvi and Aruna Venkatesan

This guide was created for professional health students and faculty to help raise awareness that domestic violence is a health care issue on campus and beyond. Recommendations are provided on increasing student activism, curricular reform, on-campus trainings, community collaborations, faculty support, and provides examples of innovative approaches other professional health students have undertaken nationwide.

El Paso Cultural Competency Toolkit (pdf)

added 08/16/2011
El Paso County, Colorado Greenbook Initiative

This toolkit seeks to provide Greenbook Partners and other community agencies with the motivation to implement an organizational cultural competency assessment and to strengthen their commitment to operating in a culturally competent manner. The toolkit provides materials to facilitate the organizational planning and assessment process.

Existe Ayuda (Help Exists) Toolkit

added 07/01/2011
Office of Justice Programs

The Existe Ayuda Toolkit provides Spanish-language tools and resources to help improve the cultural competence of service providers and the accessibility of services for Spanish-speaking victims of sexual violence. The materials provided—glossaries, PowerPoint presentations, and other tools—will help facilitate the work of bilingual/bicultural staff, especially those who are just beginning Spanish-language programs.

Getting Safe and Sober: Real Tools You Can Use (pdf)

added 08/07/2009

"A practical tool kit for use with women who have substance abuse or chemical dependence problems and who are, or have been, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual abuse. The kit also can be used to train service providers about the needs of women whose experience includes both substance abuse and victimization."

Instigate! An Online Toolkit for Starting a Community Action Team

added 01/07/2002

Set of tips, tools and exercises to start up a Community Action Team (CAT) in your neighborhood, city, faith-based group, school or place of employment. This toolkit is designed primarily for use by domestic violence and public health organizations that have the staff, structure and resources needed to launch a community mobilization campaign. It can also be adapted and used by individuals and groups that are not affiliated with a domestic violence organization as a guide for planning and carrying out awareness events in the local community.

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.

Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys

added 04/03/2010

"This web site provides a tool kit designed to help people work with men and boys to prevent gender-based violence. It provides readings, case studies, handouts, exercises, and other resources as well as community-building tools."

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA): A Toolkit for Educating Policy Makers About Reauthorization (pdf)

added 12/06/2011
The National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women, Toolkit Subcommittee

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provides a lifeline for survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. VAWA expires in 2011 and must be reauthorized to ensure a continued federal response. The National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Against Women has developed this VAWA reauthorization education and awareness toolkit in order to aid you - the experts, leaders, and advocates - in educating federal policymakers about the needs of survivors of violence and why the reauthorization of VAWA is critical to meeting these needs.


Batterer intervention

Blueprint for Safety

added 01/25/2012

The Blueprint for Safety, originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, MN, is a prototype that can be used by any community hoping to link its criminal justice agencies together in a coherent, philosophically sound domestic violence intervention model.


Child exposure

Child Exposure to Violence Prevention and Awareness Week Toolkit

added 04/15/2013
Safe Start Center

For Child Exposure to Violence, Prevention and Awareness Week the Safe Start Center has compiled a comprehensive toolkit with resources and information for a diverse audience on violence exposure.

El Paso Cultural Competency Toolkit (pdf)

added 08/16/2011
El Paso County, Colorado Greenbook Initiative

This toolkit seeks to provide Greenbook Partners and other community agencies with the motivation to implement an organizational cultural competency assessment and to strengthen their commitment to operating in a culturally competent manner. The toolkit provides materials to facilitate the organizational planning and assessment process.


Class/Race/Ethnicity

El Paso Cultural Competency Toolkit (pdf)

added 08/16/2011
El Paso County, Colorado Greenbook Initiative

This toolkit seeks to provide Greenbook Partners and other community agencies with the motivation to implement an organizational cultural competency assessment and to strengthen their commitment to operating in a culturally competent manner. The toolkit provides materials to facilitate the organizational planning and assessment process.

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Disability

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.


Global

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Health/Medical profession

Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty (pdf)

added 10/29/2008
Anna Majarvi and Aruna Venkatesan

This guide was created for professional health students and faculty to help raise awareness that domestic violence is a health care issue on campus and beyond. Recommendations are provided on increasing student activism, curricular reform, on-campus trainings, community collaborations, faculty support, and provides examples of innovative approaches other professional health students have undertaken nationwide.

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Homeless

Rapid Rehousing Domestic Violence Toolkit

added 03/19/2012

This toolkit is made up of articles and recorded trainings on rapid rehousing and what has worked for programs across the nation.


Housing

Building Dignity: Design Strategies for Domestic Violence Shelters

added 07/17/2012

From the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Building Dignity explores design strategies for domestic violence emergency housing. Thoughtful design dignifies survivors by meeting their needs for self-determination, security, and connection. The ideas here reflect a commitment to creating welcoming, accessible environments that help to empower survivors and their children.

Rapid Rehousing Domestic Violence Toolkit

added 03/19/2012

This toolkit is made up of articles and recorded trainings on rapid rehousing and what has worked for programs across the nation.


Immigrant/Immigration

Existe Ayuda (Help Exists) Toolkit

added 07/01/2011
Office of Justice Programs

The Existe Ayuda Toolkit provides Spanish-language tools and resources to help improve the cultural competence of service providers and the accessibility of services for Spanish-speaking victims of sexual violence. The materials provided—glossaries, PowerPoint presentations, and other tools—will help facilitate the work of bilingual/bicultural staff, especially those who are just beginning Spanish-language programs.


Internet safety/Technology

Technology & Confidentiality Resources Toolkit

added 11/06/2012
NNEDV, The Confidentiality Institute, USDOJ Office of Violence Against Women

This resource was created to provide information concerning confidentiality and privacy to non-profit agencies and advocates who support survivors of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.


Interventions

Blueprint for Safety

added 01/25/2012

The Blueprint for Safety, originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, MN, is a prototype that can be used by any community hoping to link its criminal justice agencies together in a coherent, philosophically sound domestic violence intervention model.

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.


Intimate partner violence

DELTA PREP Toolkit: A Resource for Building Capacity for Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence

added 11/12/2012
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the CDC Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

This kit contains guidance and tools to help your organization strengthen its ability to facilitate and lead efforts for primary prevention of intimate partner violence (IPV). The information included here is based upon the activities and experiences of the DELTA PREP (Preparing and Raising Expectations for Prevention) project, which has supported the work of 19 state domestic violence coalitions to build their organizational capacity for primary prevention of IPV.

Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty (pdf)

added 10/29/2008
Anna Majarvi and Aruna Venkatesan

This guide was created for professional health students and faculty to help raise awareness that domestic violence is a health care issue on campus and beyond. Recommendations are provided on increasing student activism, curricular reform, on-campus trainings, community collaborations, faculty support, and provides examples of innovative approaches other professional health students have undertaken nationwide.

Getting Safe and Sober: Real Tools You Can Use (pdf)

added 08/07/2009

"A practical tool kit for use with women who have substance abuse or chemical dependence problems and who are, or have been, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual abuse. The kit also can be used to train service providers about the needs of women whose experience includes both substance abuse and victimization."

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Legal/Policy

Blueprint for Safety

added 01/25/2012

The Blueprint for Safety, originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, MN, is a prototype that can be used by any community hoping to link its criminal justice agencies together in a coherent, philosophically sound domestic violence intervention model.

Legal Resource Kit: Domestic Violence and Child Custody (pdf)

added 03/06/2013
Legal Momentum

This Legal Resource Kit is designed to give an overview of the protections provided by the laws of different states so that you can make informed decisions about how to deal with domestic violence issues in the context of custody disputes. It will inform you about the practical steps to take in child custody disputes in which domestic violence is an issue; give a brief overview of the uniform state and federal provisions that govern interstate child custody matters; to provide information about the impact of domestic violence on child witnesses; and direct you and your attorneys to sources of information that will answer questions and concerns about domestic violence and child custody. This kit is not a substitute for the services of an attorney.

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Domestic Violence Toolkit for Attorneys

added 01/04/2011

This legal resource was produced as part of the ABA’s Legal Assistance and Education for LGBT Victims of Domestic Violence Project, which was created to provide national leadership and education on domestic violence issues in LGBT communities. This toolkit contains helpful resources to assist attorneys and their clients in better understanding and responding to domestic violence in the context of LGBT relationships.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.


LGBTQ

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Domestic Violence Toolkit for Attorneys

added 01/04/2011

This legal resource was produced as part of the ABA’s Legal Assistance and Education for LGBT Victims of Domestic Violence Project, which was created to provide national leadership and education on domestic violence issues in LGBT communities. This toolkit contains helpful resources to assist attorneys and their clients in better understanding and responding to domestic violence in the context of LGBT relationships.


Manuals/Guides/Reports

Blueprint for Safety

added 01/25/2012

The Blueprint for Safety, originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, MN, is a prototype that can be used by any community hoping to link its criminal justice agencies together in a coherent, philosophically sound domestic violence intervention model.

Building Dignity: Design Strategies for Domestic Violence Shelters

added 07/17/2012

From the Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Building Dignity explores design strategies for domestic violence emergency housing. Thoughtful design dignifies survivors by meeting their needs for self-determination, security, and connection. The ideas here reflect a commitment to creating welcoming, accessible environments that help to empower survivors and their children.

Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty (pdf)

added 10/29/2008
Anna Majarvi and Aruna Venkatesan

This guide was created for professional health students and faculty to help raise awareness that domestic violence is a health care issue on campus and beyond. Recommendations are provided on increasing student activism, curricular reform, on-campus trainings, community collaborations, faculty support, and provides examples of innovative approaches other professional health students have undertaken nationwide.

Getting Safe and Sober: Real Tools You Can Use (pdf)

added 08/07/2009

"A practical tool kit for use with women who have substance abuse or chemical dependence problems and who are, or have been, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual abuse. The kit also can be used to train service providers about the needs of women whose experience includes both substance abuse and victimization."

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Men's engagement

Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys

added 04/03/2010

"This web site provides a tool kit designed to help people work with men and boys to prevent gender-based violence. It provides readings, case studies, handouts, exercises, and other resources as well as community-building tools."

Women and Men, Hand in Hand against Violence: Strategies and approaches to working with men and boys for ending violence against women (pdf)

added 11/08/2011

This manual is designed as a training tool for community workers and activists to promote the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to engage men in VAW prevention. It aims to increase knowledge about VAW,explore the causes and consequences of VAW, and promote skills in effective approaches and strategies for engaging men in VAW prevention.
Also available in Arabic


Mental health

Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty (pdf)

added 10/29/2008
Anna Majarvi and Aruna Venkatesan

This guide was created for professional health students and faculty to help raise awareness that domestic violence is a health care issue on campus and beyond. Recommendations are provided on increasing student activism, curricular reform, on-campus trainings, community collaborations, faculty support, and provides examples of innovative approaches other professional health students have undertaken nationwide.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.


Military/Law enforcement

Blueprint for Safety

added 01/25/2012

The Blueprint for Safety, originally developed and implemented in Saint Paul, MN, is a prototype that can be used by any community hoping to link its criminal justice agencies together in a coherent, philosophically sound domestic violence intervention model.

Promising Practices in Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities Toolkit

added 09/18/2009

This toolkit is a guide and resource for organizations seeking to improve their skills and response to crime victims with disabilities. It is designed to benefit a wide range of entities and explore a variety of issues, but its primary use is for identifying and addressing the issues and obstacles that people with disabilities encounter in the aftermath of abuse or victimization.


Multimedia

Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys

added 04/03/2010

"This web site provides a tool kit designed to help people work with men and boys to prevent gender-based violence. It provides readings, case studies, handouts, exercises, and other resources as well as community-building tools."


Other

Instigate! An Online Toolkit for Starting a Community Action Team

added 01/07/2002

Set of tips, tools and exercises to start up a Community Action Team (CAT) in your neighborhood, city, faith-based group, school or place of employment. This toolkit is designed primarily for use by domestic violence and public health organizations that have the staff, structure and resources needed to launch a community mobilization campaign. It can also be adapted and used by individuals and groups that are not affiliated with a domestic violence organization as a guide for planning and carrying out awareness events in the local community.


Prevention

DELTA PREP Toolkit: A Resource for Building Capacity for Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence

added 11/12/2012
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the CDC Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

This kit contains guidance and tools to help your organization strengthen its ability to facilitate and lead efforts for primary prevention of intimate partner violence (IPV). The information included here is based upon the activities and experiences of the DELTA PREP (Preparing and Raising Expectations for Prevention) project, which has supported the work of 19 state domestic violence coalitions to build their organizational capacity for primary prevention of IPV.

Making a Difference: Strategic Communications to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/07/2009
Jenny Drezin, Megan Lloyd-Laney, UNIFEM

A toolkit for planning strategic communications to raise awareness about and combat gender-based violence around the world. It gives step-by-step information on developing a media campaign. Alternate version available in Russian.

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.

Toolkit for Working with Men and Boys

added 04/03/2010

"This web site provides a tool kit designed to help people work with men and boys to prevent gender-based violence. It provides readings, case studies, handouts, exercises, and other resources as well as community-building tools."


Program evaluations

Creating Accessible, Culturally Relevant, Domestic Violence- and Trauma-Informed Agencies: A Self-Reflection Tool (pdf)

added 04/09/2012
ASRI and National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health

This tool is designed to guide agencies through a self-reflective process on what it might look like to be doing accessible, culturally relevant, and trauma informed (ACDVTI) work in seven different key areas, and to identify strategies for getting there.


Religion

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.


Research

Toolkit for Integrating Domestic Violence Activities into Programming in Europe and Asia (pdf)

added 10/28/2009

"A manual designed to address violence against women, and specifically domestic violence, as a global human rights violation. Additionally, it explores the connections between domestic violence and human trafficking and analyzes different programming models for addressing the needs of survivors in (United States Agency for International Development) USAID programs. The toolkit is intended for USAID workers, donor organizations, and local organizations working to combat violence against women in countries where USAID operates."


Risk factors

Restoring Dignity: A Toolkit for Religious Communities to End Violence Against Women (pdf)

added 04/14/2010

The second in a series of two manuals aimed at raising awareness and educating religious leaders and communities about gender-based violence. It offers religious leaders, faith communities, and Inter-religious Councils the tools to carry out awareness, prevention, and advocacy programs to end violence against women.


Substance abuse

Getting Safe and Sober: Real Tools You Can Use (pdf)

added 08/07/2009

"A practical tool kit for use with women who have substance abuse or chemical dependence problems and who are, or have been, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or sexual abuse. The kit also can be used to train service providers about the needs of women whose experience includes both substance abuse and victimization."


Teen dating violence

Violence Against Women on Campus PreventionToolkit

added 07/29/2011

The Campus Toolkit is a practical tool to help students on college campuses develop events, programs and trainings on violence against women and its link to reproductive health. This toolkit will allow you to put the "kNOwMORE Campaign" into action on your campus. Adapt it for your local college or university, and work to say “no more” to violence against women.