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Domestic Violence: Prevention

This area provides resources to support primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention efforts that identify and address factors that perpetuate and increase risk of domestic violence. Materials listed here feature prevention theory and “model” or “promising” programs, curricula, and initiatives. Evaluation materials are provided to help guide evidence-based, cost-effective prevention efforts. Click on the button below to access our Domestic Violence Prevention Timeline.

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November 2008
This Applied Research document provides an overview of the research on community mobilization to prevent domestic violence, explores guiding concepts and frameworks, and discusses the challenges of implementing community mobilization strategies.
Authors: Melanie Shepard With contributions from Deborah Zelli
March 2008
This document provides an introduction to basic prevention concepts by exploring the public health approach, two classification systems, a planning tool used to develop more comprehensive initiatives, and the importance of understanding terminology.
Authors: Linda Chamberlain With contributions from Julie Ann Rivers-Cochran
February 2006
This document provides a brief overview of the research on lifetime exposure to violence and the long-term health consequences of violence. It also examines how assessment for lifetime exposure to violence can create a pathway to prevention.
Authors: Linda Chamberlain with contributions from Peggy Brown
January 2003
As public recognition of domestic violence and sexual assault has reached increasing heights, there has been an outcry for more effective prevention programs. This paper looks at these prevention programs.
Authors: David A. Wolfe and Peter G. Jaffe