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Domestic Violence: Intervention

This area contains information on the development and delivery of safe and appropriate services for victims of domestic violence and their children, offering tools for advocates or counselors in community-based domestic violence programs as well as helping professionals in human service arenas or institutional settings who encounter domestic violence victimization in their work. Materials explore approaches addressing intersecting life circumstances or co-occurring issues.

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June 2008
This document offers suggestions and practical tips for practitioners working with teens. The document suggests that service providers have knowledge of adolescent development approach and apply this knowledge in their work with young people.
Authors: Break the Cycle
December 2014
A Hidden Crisis is a first look at the impact of ACEs in California through four years of data collected by the annual California Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System. The findings clearly illustrate that ACEs are a public health crisis with far-reaching consequences on the health and wellbeing of Californians.
Authors: Center for Youth Wellness
Designed for parents of pre-teens, this booklet was developed as a tool to help parents lay the foundation for healthy decision-making patterns and relationships. Includes tips for "starting the dialogue," interactive quiz, and additional resources.
Authors: Richard Gallagher
April 2005
This paper offers an analysis and recommendations to address the impact of domestic violence and child welfare systems in communities of color. Six culture-specific organizations were partnered with to create a multi-dimensional analysis for this report.
Authors: Futures Without Violence
February 2001
Update of study comparing the arrest records of abused/neglected children with those of non-abused children. Findings include: being abused/neglected as a child increased the likelihood of juvenile arrest 59%, as an adult 28%, and for violent crime 30%.
Authors: Cathy S. Widom and Michael G. Maxfield
This document explores the different types of attachment, how they develop, and the impact of this bond on young children’s development.
Authors: Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development
This website provides training tools on empowerment to promote self-discovery, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making to develop protective factors that prevent violence and improve health.
Authors: Peace Over Violence
January 2007
This resource list includes national and State organizations with information on brain development to promote healthy growth among young children and publications describing research and its implications for parenting, programming, and policy.
Authors: National Child Care Information Center
This series of fact sheets describes skills to expect from children at different stages based on age. Includes mental skills, social skills, and tips for parents to promote healthy development and deal with challenging behavior.
Authors: Adults & Children Together Against Violence
This resource focuses on how to become a culturally responsive organization, particularly in terms of visitation practices for families who have experienced intimate partner violence.
Authors: Oliver J. Williams