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Abuse in Later Life
In observance of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (June 15, 2015), access the newly updated Special Collection: Preventing and Responding to Domestic & Sexual Violence in Later Life.
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Supporting Parents in Shelter
This new TA Guidance focuses on challenges regarding parenting and discipline of children who reside in domestic violence shelters, proposing a variety of recommendations for practice.
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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
On June 15, share information and spread awareness about abuse, neglect, and exploitation in later life!
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Updated Brochure Templates
The NRCDV offers modifiable brochure templates for use in your agency - in both English and Spanish.
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Prevention Tool of the Month
The CDCs Veto Violence website is a comprehensive online resource which includes a variety of tools and strategies for the prevention of all types of violence.
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Our resource library is home to thousands of materials on violence against women and related issues, with particular attention to its intersections with various forms of oppression.

Here you’ll find resources on domestic violence, sexual violence, funding, research, and international issues. You’ll also find news, announcements, and events related to the work of the movement and related fields of practice. From the comprehensive lists of resources found in Special Collections to the concise interpretations of current research in our peer-reviewed Applied Research Papers, VAWnet has a variety of formats and material types to offer. For tips on navigating or searching the library, see How to Use VAWnet.org.

VAWnet supports local, state, and national prevention and intervention strategies that enhance safety and well-being and address the self-identified needs and concerns of victims and survivors. To learn more, visit About VAWnet.

For more information or technical assistance, please contact us. We value your input!